Washrooms fit for a king
Propelair, the UK designer and manufacturer of the revolutionary 1.5 litre flush toilet, has received highly positive feedback from staff and theatre-goers at London’s Lyceum Theatre following an installation last month.Read More
Thames Water chooses Propelair’s water-saving technology for its head office and other sites.
Following the success of a recent water efficiency trial Thames Water has opted to install Propelair toilets throughout its Clearwater Court headquarters, Walnut Court offices and Spencer House site.Read More
New year, new customers, new savings to be made
Propelair, the UK toilet manufacturer that has revolutionised toilet flushing with a system using air and only 1.5 litres of water, is celebrating the start of its third year with a string of major installations and a busy order book for 2016.Read More
Propelair plays key role in helping RBS secure Silver at the Business Energy Challenge
We’re delighted to announce that the Propelair toilets installed at Premier Place as part of the Innovation Gateway earlier this year have helped RBS secure two Silver Awards at the Mayor of London Business Energy Challenge 2015; The Large Portfolio Climbers Awards and the Working Together to Reduce Energy Award.Read More
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
The Propelair toilet was chosen because of Winchester City Council’s commitment to carbon and water reduction. The toilet offers substantial water savings and feedback from their previous clients was positive. The design is modern and it has been well received by our customers.
Paul Cooke - Sustainability Manager, Winchester City Council
We installed Propelair toilets at the Peacock Theatre over 2 years ago, as our old, traditional cisterns were taking too long to refill and breakdowns were common. These issues are now a thing of the past, and the new toilets have proved to be very low maintenance indeed. Although there are many very good modern toilets available on the market today none seem to be as uniquely cost effective as the Propelair toilet, which requires very little water to complete a flush. The environmental benefits of this this type of water-saving technology are also incredibly important.
Daniel Knapton – Building Services, Peacock Theatre