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Liner or Bin Exchange
Within the washroom hygiene service industry this has always been questioned. Liner exchange or bin exchange.
Liner exchange means that when washroom service operatives are servicing a sanitary bin it stays within the customer’s cubicle.
Service operatives still clean your sanitary bin on site and sanitise the bin before putting a fresh Sanicare Liner into the sanitary bin.
Some washroom service companies work on the basis of bin exchange. Service operatives take the entire bin away which then goes back to a depot to be cleaned and sanitised.
Rentex Hygiene based in West Yorkshire has always worked on a liner exchange basis.
Liner or Bin Exchange
At Rentex Hygiene we believe liner exchange is best for business in terms of not having to have a large cleaning depot and the staff to facilitate this method, but more importantly it can also be best for our customers. It’s fast and clean and furthermore more hygienic.
In addition it also means that our service team go mostly unnoticed – leading to a higher level of a discreet professional service.
We understand customers just want to comply with their Duty of Care and offer a sanitary bin service to their female employees, customers or visitors’ but they don’t necessarily want to know much more about it let alone being confronted with dirty sanitary bins that are bought through their work space. Also as the sanitary bin units are left in situ there is a higher choice of sanitary disposal units.
A Discreet Service ?
Currently there is a downwards trend to the sanitary bin exchange. Firstly companies have been known to carry the sanitary bins through your premises which aren’t very discreet. If in a retail environment this is as you can imagine unpleasant and in recent times companies have even been known to use shopping trolleys to take the sanitary bins away to the vans. Hygiene issues are then arising because of this way of business. There could also be a higher risk of cross infection due to clean bins and used bins are normally carried within the same vehicle.
Some companies believe that the bins are sanitised to a higher level if completely cleaned thoroughly at a separate depot. Although this can be argued that they are cleaned just as efficiently on site.