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Product Regulations

Euro, National & International Regulations:
Please be aware that different countries require products to meet different standards & regulations, if in doubt please contact the manufacturer of the products to ensure that they meet the requirements of the country you wish to install the product in.

Market Place Regulations & Guidelines:
Please ensure the product that you wish to use meet the requirements for the market place they are going to be installed.
Breeam Info

Breeam Info

The companies we use, manufacture, distribute, commision and service a comprehensive range of water efficient washroom products. Providing low flush, ultra low flush, reduced flush and waterless products through to Multi fitting networked water management schemes. These help to significantly reduce the amount or water used in washrooms and can assist speciiers in achieving BREEAM points for specific projects

Who uses BREEAM?

Clients, planners development agencies, funders and developers use BREEAM to specify the sustainability performance of their buildings in a way that is quick, comprehensive, highly visible in the marketplace and provides a level playing field.

Property agents use it to promote the environmental credentials and benefits of a building to potential purchasers and tenants.

Design teams use it as a method to improve the performance of their buildings and their own experience and knowledge of environmental aspects of sustainability.

Managers use it to reduce running costs, measure and improve the performance of buildings, empower staff, develop action plans and monitor and report performance at both the single building and portfolio level.

What is BREEAM?


BREEAM is the world's foremost environmental assessment method and rating system for buildings, with 200,000 buildings with certified BREEAM assessment ratings and around a million registered for assessment since it was first launched in 1990.

BREEAM sets the standard for best practice in sustainable building design, construction and operation and has become one of the most comprehensive and widely recognised measures of a building's environmental performance.

A BREEAM assessment uses recognised measures of performance, which are set against established benchmarks, to evaluate a building’s specification, design, construction and use. The measures used represent a broad range of categories and criteria from energy to ecology. They include aspects related to energy and water use, the internal environment (health and well-being), pollution, transport, materials, waste, ecology and management processes.

A certificated BREEAM assessment is delivered by a licensed organisation, using assessors trained under a UKAS accredited competent person scheme, at various stages in a buildings life cycle. This provides clients, developers, designers and others with:
•market recognition for low environmental impact buildings,
•confidence that tried and tested environmental practice is incorporated in the building,
•inspiration to find innovative solutions that minimise the environmental impact,
•a benchmark that is higher than regulation,
•a system to help reduce running costs, improve working and living environments,
•a standard that demonstrates progress towards corporate and organisational environmental objectives.


What does BREEAM do?

BREEAM addresses wide-ranging environmental and sustainability issues and enables developers, designers and building managers to demonstrate the environmental credentials of their buildings to clients, planners and other initial parties, BREEAM:
•uses a straightforward scoring system that is transparent, flexible, easy to understand and supported by evidence-based science and research,
•has a positive influence on the design, construction and management of buildings,
•defines and maintains a robust technical standard with rigorous quality assurance and certification.

Who uses BREEAM?

Clients, planners development agencies, funders and developers use BREEAM to specify the sustainability performance of their buildings in a way that is quick, comprehensive, highly visible in the marketplace and provides a level playing field.

Property agents use it to promote the environmental credentials and benefits of a building to potential purchasers and tenants.

Design teams use it as a method to improve the performance of their buildings and their own experience and knowledge of environmental aspects of sustainability.

Managers use it to reduce running costs, measure and improve the performance of buildings, empower staff, develop action plans and monitor and report performance at both the single building and portfolio level.

National Green Building Councils

BREEAM is a prominent Founding Member of the UK Green Building Council. BREEAM is the preferred scheme for a number of the national Green Building Councils across Europe, including the Netherlands, Norway and others. See here for details of our National Scheme Operators throughout Europe.




Water Efficiency Label

Water Efficiency Label

Bathroom manufacturers across the globe are aiding governments in their quest to reduce water consumption by producing new, exciting, innovative and technologically advanced bathroom products that deliver the bathroom experience which consumers can engoy.

The Water Efficient Products Labelling Scheme provides easy access to a database of bathroom products when installed and used correctly will use less watrer, save enegy and save money.

Water Efficiency Labelling Scheme