Fail to plan, and you plan to fail

Put simply, if we fail to plan for a situation, the outcome is likely to be failure. The most recent, and ongoing example of this is the water shortage in Cape Town, South Africa.

The New York Times writes:

“The city of Cape Town could conceivably become the first major city in the world to run out of water, and that could happen in the next four months,” said Dr. Anthony Turton, a professor at the Centre for Environmental Management at the University of the Free State. “It’s not an impending crisis — we’re deep, deep, deep in crisis.”

Speaking to the Los Angeles Times Dr Turton also states:

“City authorities did not recognize the impact of rapid population growth on water demand. The city’s population has doubled since 1999”. “The city didn’t understand the depth of the crisis,” he said. “They incorrectly assumed that this is a short-term drought and the problem will go away when the drought is over.”

Sydney Morning Herald reports:

Only 39% of people in Cape Town are compliant with the water restrictions.

What does this have to do with biological cleaning processes, or Bio’s as they are frequently called?

During the droughts of the ‘nineties and noughties’ (1990’s and 2000’s), there was a rapid move toward ‘waterless’, eg. Waterless Urinals.  Tragically, in major cities like Melbourne, with water storage now sitting around 66% (Melbourne Water – Storage and Use 15/02/2018), many buildings are reverting to traditional ‘flushing’ urinals, and subsequently a causing a drain (excuse the pun) on the ever reducing water levels.

WHY this sudden move back to flushing and sensor flushing urinals?

Waterless and sensor flushing Urinals – SMELL! Well, that is the experience in the majority of washrooms.

They shouldn’t smell, and there is no need for them to smell.

Using a biological cleaning process gets right to the source of the odour!

It’s not masked with heavy perfumes, which can be just as offensive as the stale urine smell.

Premium biological cleaning processes are designed to solve specific problems, many of which cannot be addressed by conventional chemicals. With 18 strains of carefully selected, harmless and naturally occurring bacteria, biological cleaning products are efficient, effective and safe to use.

Conserve water, and use environmentally friendly products to solve washroom odour problems.

It’s a win, win scenario.

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