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Downside to Green Development

The ongoing push for sustainable development in the building and construction industry is a justified one. But has the current water efficiency solutions under sustainability benchmarks and a lack of information available within building…

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A closer look at the CARE601

The Enware CARE601 includes a freestanding IFO toilet suite with support arms, raised flush button and toilet seat (with lid) ideal for providing independence, safety and dignity for users and carers alike. It was designed for people with m…

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Enware Smart Flow™

What if you could put the health and safety of your clients before everything else, and you could prove you were doing it? No more scald risks, no more Legionella, no more cross infections, no problems.

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Occupational Therapy Australia Conference and Exhibition | Perth

With more than 900 delegates registered to attend from across Australia, New Zealand and internationally this is a must attend event for occupational therapists working in a variety of sectors. Enware have completed over 200 projects in par…

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New Enware VP Lever Series

The Enware VP Lever series has been designed to be easy to use, durable and easy to clean. Smart and aesthetically pleasing, the whole range is an ideal addition for retirement villages, ILC or public place bathrooms.

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How's your form? 95% of people have been washing their hands incorrectly

A surveillance study conducted by researchers at Michigan State University discovered that 95% people may actually be washing their hands incorrectly

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Compliant & Functional Handwash Station Kits

After comprehensive, laboratory and field testing and feedback from user groups, Enware has produced three functional Type B Handwash Station Kits which meet all the requirements for performance in health care applications.

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Developing new ways to reduce the transfer of bacteria from medical staff to patients via hand contamination

Enware is collaborating with the Monash University to look into developing new ways to reduce the transfer of bacteria from medical staff to patients via hand contamination

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