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2013-09-18 08:28:54

MILWAUKEE, Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A new national survey reveals that 63 percent of Americans have had a particularly unpleasant experience in a public restroom due to the condition of the facilities. The top restroom complaints were: a really bad smell (82 percent); toilets that were clogged or not flushed (79 percent); and an overall appearance that's dirty, unkempt or old (73 percent). For businesses, an unpleasant restroom experience creates negative customer...

2013-08-27 08:28:42

MILWAUKEE, Aug. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Employers listen up. This Labor Day, a national survey reveals that 93 percent of Americans believe the condition of a workplace restroom is an indicator of how a company values its workforce. The good news is many employers are meeting expectations since 61 percent of employees rate their workplace restroom as excellent or very good. Just six percent say they have a poor or terrible work restroom. On the other hand, 41 percent of...

2013-03-05 08:24:24

Company anticipates high demand from commercial, retail and hospitality companies as well as restaurants and universities for the completely touchless and sustainable hand-washing solution MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis., March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bradley Corporation, the leading manufacturer of commercial plumbing fixtures and washroom accessories, today announced nationwide availability for the company's latest commercial hand-washing innovation - the Advocate® AV-Series Lavatory...

2013-01-11 16:21:10

MILWAUKEE, Jan. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The current flu epidemic may cause Americans to rethink their hand washing habits. According to a national survey, 75 percent of Americans don't adjust their hand washing habits seasonally, even though the flu season strikes each winter. The survey also revealed most are not washing their hands long enough. 57 percent of respondents estimate they wash their hands for just 5 to 15 seconds. In fact, the CDC recommends washing for at least 20 seconds...

2012-09-05 02:31:54

MILWAUKEE, Sept. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A national hand washing survey reveals the majority of Americans are not washing their hands long enough. 57 percent of respondents estimate they wash their hands for just 5 to 15 seconds. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends washing for at least 20 seconds and suggests singing "Happy Birthday" twice to allow enough time to remove and rinse off germs. And, although the flu season peaks in February, the survey found...

2012-08-29 02:25:39

MILWAUKEE, Aug. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- This Labor Day, a national hand washing survey shows that 83 percent of Americans believe the condition of a workplace restroom is one indicator of how a company values its workforce. The survey also found that 66 percent of employees rate their workplace restroom as excellent or very good. However, approximately one-third report they've experienced a range of annoying issues. Toilets that were clogged or not flushed; really bad smells;...

2011-09-07 09:05:00

MILWAUKEE, Sept. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans are becoming more diligent about washing their hands after using a public restroom, according to a national survey conducted by Bradley Corporation of Menomonee Falls, a leading manufacturer of bathroom and locker room furnishings, including sinks, faucets, hand dryers, showers and lockers. In Bradley's third annual Healthy Hand Washing Survey, Americans said they wash up 90 percent of the time after using a public restroom - that's up...

2010-09-07 06:00:00

MILWAUKEE, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Concerns about last year's H1N1 virus have had an impact on Americans' hand washing habits, according to a national survey conducted by Bradley Corporation of Menomonee Falls, a leading manufacturer of bathroom and locker room furnishings, including sinks, faucets, hand dryers, showers and lockers. In Bradley's second Healthy Hand Washing Survey, 50 percent of the 1,053 respondents said they "wash their hands more thoroughly or longer or more...

2009-08-25 06:00:00

MILWAUKEE, Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Worries about the H1N1 virus haven't changed most Americans' hand washing habits, says a national survey by Bradley Corporation, a leading manufacturer of commercial bathroom and locker room furnishings. In Bradley's first Healthy Hand Washing Survey, 54 percent said they "wash their hands no more or less frequently" in public restrooms since the H1N1 virus emerged. "We were extremely surprised by that response especially since the medical community...