Once specification had been agreed, MIW’s first task was to conduct a site inspection to ensure that the relevant space and groundworks were in place. And to offer logistical solutions should that not be the case. Then it came to identifying the best equipment for the job.
Taking all of Boots’ requirements into consideration, MIW recommended the Halsey Taylor HTHB8-WF Hydroboost in-wall bottle filler. WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) approved electronic bottle filler has been rigorously tested and guaranteed to be fully compliant with all health and safety requirements. Wall-fitted, it needs very little space, and with hands-free operation there is very little opportunity for accidental damage, or water overflow. The sensor operation also makes the unit extremely easy to use for all-comers, including those in wheelchairs. With both ambient and chilled water available, the bottle filler will appeal to a wide number of users. And yet, despite the chilling facility, it is GreenSpec™ Listed, the sensor operation meaning that minimal energy is consumed, and no water is wasted. Additionally, the HTHB8-WF comes with an inbuilt bottle counter, so both staff and customers are able to see how much plastic is being saved by the use of the bottle filler.
With suitable equipment identified, MIW worked with the Boots Project Management Team to agree an installation timetable, sourcing, and installing the bottle filler as agreed.