FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Stylish, elegant, lockable and tamper proof soap dispenser
- Reduces single use plastics
- Saves money as soap is bought in bulk
- Saves cleaning time
- Reduces waste to landfill
- Improves eco credentials of your establishment
- Shows guests that you care about the environment and have taken steps to reduce waste
- All soap is made in Australia
- Removes clutter from bathroom
- Stylish, sophisticated soap dispenser
- Bracket made from marine grade stainless steel and finished with electrolytic plating for extra protection
- Bottles and containers all fully recyclable
- Supports the aims of the UNWTO Global Tourism Plastics Initiative
In the majority of cases, the payback period for the initial investment is less than 12 months. Once the initial bracket investment has been paid off, the cost of soap is up to 80% less than using single use mini soaps.
Less bathroom clutter saves cleaning time, and less plastic reduces your waste charges.
Call us to calculate your payback period and annual savings.
We recommend that the brackets are attached to the wall using strong silicon adhesive. The bracket has a strip of double sided tape to hold the bracket in place whilst the silicon sets (24 hours).
There are also screw holes on the rear plate of the bracket if you prefer to screw the bracket to the wall.
Full installation instructions are provided with the brackets or you can watch our video (coming soon).
A single hotel room can generate over 1kg of plastic waste per week from mini soaps. This does not include the disused liquid soap waste that will leak out of the bottles and end up in our waterways. Mini soap bottles are too small to recycle so will end up in landfill for hundreds of year.
The Ecomenities soap system provides hotels with stylish, refillable bottles that will last a minimum of 2 years. The bottles and labels are made from polypropylene plastic and are fully recyclable.
The 20L containers are also made from polypropylene plastic and are fully recyclable.
The brackets are made from 100% marine grade stainless steel with an electrolytic plate treatment for additional protection. They will last a lifetime.
The pumps are the only item that is not recyclable as they are made from mixed materials. However, they are stainless steel coated and will last for years.
All of our packaging is made from post consumer paper products and is either recyclable or compostable.
Yes, at Ecomenities we can work with you to develop your own soap (or use on of ours) and design your own branding for the soap bottles.
Call us to discuss your options and for a quote.
The brackets are made from marine grade stainless steel and will last a lifetime.
High quality Australian-made soaps that your guests will love.
Improved eco-credentials that show your guests you care about the environment and have taken steps to remove single use plastics from your establishment.
Meets the aims of the UNWTO Global Tourism Plastics Initiative in helping to reduce plastic pollution generated in the tourism industry.
Your guests have the comfort of knowing the soap are always safe to use as they in are a locked and tamper-proof bracket.
The elegant bracket is designed in Australia by hotel owners for hotels.
Secret hidden locking system
Bottles always look full
All components are fully recyclable (except bottle pumps as they are mixed materials)
The three bottles of liquid soap (shampoo, conditioner, body wash) are secured into the bracket by the hinged front arm making them tamper proof and locked when in use.
The lock is flush on the side of the bracket and can only be opened with a commercial grade magnetic key (supplied with bracket).
The locking arm closes and clicks locked by pushing the arm back across the bottles. The key is not required for locking, saving valuable time and therefore money.
The liquid soap is supplied in 20L containers. The 250ml bottles are refilled from the bulk container. Spare bottles are provided with every bracket so they can be kept full and swapped in the bathrooms when required.
The bottles have been designed so that they always look full to guests, yet have a small 'window' so that cleaners can see when they need refilling. On average, bottles will need refilling every 4 weeks.