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September 2020 - Education Business

Expert Panel: Pandemic Recovery

Andrew Cameron, owner and founder, Intelligent Facility Solutions and To the Pump.....With Covid-19 still in the community, Education Business gathers the views of a range of experts on how schools can provide a safe environment for staff, pupils, and community-users.....read more


August 2020 - Education Business

Washroom Experts Help UK Schools Get Back To The Pump After Lockdown

To The Pump*, a firm that has specialised in supplying environmentally-friendly washroom solutions and equipment to the commercial and educational sector since 2012 - working with the likes of the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, and Durham and Newcastle Universities, to supply energy efficient facilities - has developed a range of washroom and hygiene packages exclusively for the education sector to help it reopen responsibly, efficiently and economically, in-line with government guidelines, whilst keeping students and staff safe in the long-term,

Educational institutions require solutions that are particularly robust and mess free, whilst operating within a limited budget, which is why the award-winning washroom experts have developed an affordable, tailored package** for schools which includes a free.....read more


August 2020 - This Week In FM

New Brand from Washroom Company Helps UK Businesses Get Back “To the Pump”

Intelligent Facility Solutions, a firm that has specialised in supplying environmentally-friendly washroom solutions and equipment to the commercial sector since 2012, has developed a new brand, To the Pump, in-line with government guidelines, to help organisations, across all sectors, to reopen their businesses responsibly, efficiently and cost-effectively, with a portion of sales revenue to be directed straight to a COVID-related charity......read more


April 2020 - Cleaning Matters

Hand dryers do not spread COVID-19: The scientific evidence

COVID19 is bringing with it widespread speculation, scare mongering and rumours about hand dryers. Intelligent Hand Dryers and Intelligent Facility Solutions dispel some of these myths. One of the rumours circulating around Coronavirus is that hand dryers are unsafe to use, another is that hand dryers kill the Coronavirus - neither are the case. However, avoiding hand dryers and leaving hands wet or wiping them dry on clothing is unsafe......read more


March 2020 – This Week In FM

Use a Hand Dryer or Paper Towels – But Please Not Your Clothing

With hand washing at the very top of the news agenda right now, it’s important to note that good hand hygiene includes both washing and drying hands thoroughly, says Intelligent Facility Solutions......read more


March 2020 – TreeHugger

What's the best way to dry your hands in the age of COVID-19?

James Marvin, our Research and Content Manager, contributed to this article, reviewing some of the research that is out there regarding paper towels and hand dryers. This can be read here.


February 2020 - The Star (Sheffield)

This is how you can find out where to go in Sheffield to recycle quirky items like mascara wands or toothbrush heads

Want to know where to recycle old mascara wands or an electric toothbrush head? A Sheffield company has created a handy new online tool to help people find their nearest recycling centre for more quirky items……read more

To use the search tool see here: Recycling Centres in Sheffield - Search Tool


February 2020 – This Week In FM

Hand Dryers - A Good Measure Of Hand Hygiene?

ThisWeekInFM.com took the time to read our Research and Content Manager, James Marvin, report on the hygiene debate between paper towels and hand dryers and produced a balanced article on their website.  This can be read here

The full blog report from James regarding hand dryers and germs can be read here: Are Hand Dryers Hygienic? | Hand Dryer Germs Debunked


September 2019 - The Star (Sheffield)

Sheffield company releases guide to clean up recycling ‘mess’

A Sheffield-based company has created a guide to help simplify recycling after complaints from councillors and residents. Intelligent Hand Dryers, on Concourse Way, said they found people were ‘baffled’ about what they are able to put in brown waste bins.... read more

The full blog post and infographics can be seen here: Recycling plastics in Sheffield – what can we actually recycle?


September 2019 - The Times, This Morning, Jeremy Vine Show, BBC Radio 5, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Northern Ireland, BBC Radio Sheffield.

Single use plastic ban in the office

As part of the company's policy of banning single use plastic in the office we wrote this blog post A ban on plastics – Draconian and infringing on people’s rights or a positive step?

This received coverage on radio and TV including interviews and discussions on the following channels with hosts including Eammon Holmes & Ruth Langford, Jeremy Vine and Adrian Chiles:

This story was picked up by numerous newspaper outlets including The Times. Click on the image to read the full article.


July 2019 - Facilities Management Journal (FMJ)

Intelligent Facility Solutions is helping businesses to focus on sustainability, the environment, cost reduction and minimising waste

Intelligent Facility Solutions Ltd is a full-service provider of products that improve sustainability, reduce waste and lower costs within commercial buildings.... read more

Click on the image to read the full article


September 2018 - BBC Radio 4

WORLD at ONE 

Because of his expertise and reputation for trust, Andrew Cameron was recently sought after for an interview about our industry on BBC Radio 4.... read more


March 2017 - Hotel Magazine

Quiet Mark Reveals UK’s Top 10 Quietest Hand Dryers

Intelligent Hand Dryers has the most approved products on the list...read more


December 2016 - PSS Magazine

Time is up for Ear-Blasting Technology, Peaceful Washrooms are Back!

Andy Cameron, Sales Director of Intelligent Hand Dryers, says: “We have campaigned for an industry standard for acoustic and noise levels.....read more