Water saving goal
07 March 2013
Stoke City's Premier League campaign is guaranteed to be 'flushed with success' after the club signed up to a new environmentally friendly defender. Spending a penny at the Britannia Stadium costs the club tens of thousands of pounds in water charges. But now Chemex has supplied a solution which it says will bring savings of up to £45,000 a year.
Chemex is supplying hundreds of biological cleaning devices which drop into urinals and drastically reduce water usage.
Stoke City has 150 urinals and attracts average crowds of 27,000.
Chemex uses a simple toilet block and cage which uses natural enzyme technology to keep urinals smell free and blockage free eliminating the need for regular flushing.
"It makes sound business sense to introduce a system which saves the Club a significant sum of money each year," says Richard Smith, MD of Stoke City Property.