Tork has supplied its SmartOne toilet roll dispenser systems for
installation at the Gabba Stadium in Brisbane. The new Tork SmartOne system is
being trialled for the first time in Australia at the Gabba.
Running out of toilet paper due to vandalism or pilferage at large
capacity public washrooms is a distinct possibility especially when faced with
crowds of up to 42,000 cricket fans; stadium administrators however, need to be
prepared to prevent this scenario.
The Gabba selected Tork SmartOne toilet roll dispensing systems for
their public washrooms primarily for their clever design, durable construction,
security features and economy. The SmartOne system was installed in more than 380
cubicles in time for the busy cricket season. SmartOne toilet roll dispenser
systems not only reduce consumption and wastage but also improve security and
ease of use. Up to 40 percent reduction in toilet paper consumption can be
expected from the Gabba installation.
According to research, the SmartOne toilet roll dispensers reduce
consumption by up to 40 percent due to their unique dispensing mechanism, which
releases one sheet at a time. The SmartOne also enhances hygiene as the user
only touches the sheet dispensed, while the built-in SmartCore technology
guarantees every last sheet is used to avoid leftover wastage. The dispensers
are also shock- and tamper-proof, fire-resistant and lockable.
Rochelle Lake, Head of Marketing at Tork
Professional Hygiene explains that large public washrooms need economical toilet
roll dispensers that are robust and easy to maintain. Hygiene critical washrooms
need a system that helps reduce the risk of cross contamination. The SmartOne
system ticks both of these boxes.