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Restroom Design Best Practices to Prevent the Spread of Infection
Restrooms are always capable of spreading a variety of germs and diseases, so designing for this type of prevention must always be top-of-mind. Infection control is at a heightened awareness right now and will take on an ever more increasing role in the design of toilet facilities for patients/tenants, staff and visitors. Attend this webcast for an in-depth conversation on how the design and product selection of a restroom can help mitigate the spread of infection. Aspects like touchless faucets and automated flush valves along with door placement and ventilation will be explored, which can have a major impact on stopping the spread of germs.
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