New FemHy Bundle from HOSPECO

March 15, 2017

Nearly every establishment provides access to a public restroom, but if you aren’t providing feminine hygiene (FemHy) products, you’re missing an opportunity to show female guests your consideration of their comfort. HOSPECO® now offers foodservice operations—from fast casuals and QSRs to independents, clubs, and coffee shops—its new FemHy Hospitality Bundle to complete the well-appointed public restroom.

To demonstrate its commitment, HOSPECO, the leading supplier of vended feminine hygiene products, has partnered with various women’s organizations to advocate for restroom equality and universal access to feminine care products in public washrooms.

HOSPECO’s FemHy lineup includes Evogen® dispensers, which are ADA-compliant push-button dispensers with an at-a-glance sensor that alerts staff when empty. Evogen machines can dispense complimentary products or most can be configured as pay dispensers. The company’s new EV-2 Dual Dispenser is designed for smaller and or gender neutral restrooms, but is available only in a free vend version. A patented delay mechanism between uses discourages abuse. The company also provides the leading Tampax® and Maxithin® brands of FemHy products for their machines. And for hygienic disposal, HOSPECO offer Scensibles®, a dispensed, scented FemHy product disposal bag that prevents plumbing issues caused by flushing used products; they also minimize germ exposure, eliminate odors, and allow for hygienic handling by maintenance staff.

 

To see HOSPECO’s full line of cleaning and protection products, including restroom essentials, visit them online at www.hospeco.com.

*Harris Interactive poll, http://www.freethetampons.org/uploads/4/6/0/3/46036337/ftt_infographic.pdf

 

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