Over 50 years ago, Total Hygiene was founded by Robert Willan to supply wash/dry toilets.
More than 40,000 installations have been completed since its foundation with many of its early products still in daily use.
Total Hygiene was awarded the Silver Investors in People award after obtaining the Standard Investors in People grade in 2014.
The company, which is the first to achieve the award in the UKs wash/dry toilet suppliers sector, is also involved in the Changing Places campaign.
Changing Places sees the installation of assisted washrooms and toilets with changing facilities in commercial areas across the UK.
These toilets have been designed with the aim of making life easier for disabled people and their carers.
Total Hygienes Clos-o-Mat supplies the facilities and equipment for the Changing Places toilets.
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