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Let the Bathroom Blogfest '07 Begin!

Blogfestlogo2007_2It's already the end of October and time for the annual Bathroom Blogfest! held the same week as during the National Kitchen and Bath Month. This event started out last year with 9 bloggers and has gained momentum with 22 bloggers signed up to participate this year. During the week you'll find many posts from bloggers around the globe writing about the importance of bathrooms in the customer experience.

This is a subject that's near and dear, so I was pleased to join the blogfest last year and again now.

To start out the week, let's talk about the environmental impact of a new gadget found in bathrooms. During a recent stop at an international airport, I noticed they have a machine that with the touch of a button or the automatic sensor, a new and clean piece of plastic slides over the toilet seat. While it seems like an easy solution to clean toilet seats, how much plastic does this take? What is the cost? How is it disposed of? Is it making life better for those of us who use them? How about the workers - do they like them? It leaves me with more questions than answers.

I'll be posting all week. Go ahead and drop by the other blogs to read their perspectives. It's definitely interesting reading!

Participants in Bathroom Blogfest '07

Previous Bathroom Blogfest '06 Posts

 

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C.B. Whittemore

Sandy, what a fun week this will be! I like your Restrooms in Des Moines Review, too.

C.B. Whittemore

Sandy, what a fun week this will be! I like your Restrooms in Des Moines Review, too.

Stephanie Weaver

Sandy,
I too, have many questions about the environmental impact of these seat covers. They have them at O'Hare Airport in Chicago. I used to like them, but now I feel guilty. I'd rather just have a flushable paper option. Plastic seems like overkill.

Stephanie Weaver

Sandy,
I too, have many questions about the environmental impact of these seat covers. They have them at O'Hare Airport in Chicago. I used to like them, but now I feel guilty. I'd rather just have a flushable paper option. Plastic seems like overkill.

Sandy Renshaw

Hi Stephanie,

Thanks for stopping by. We hit 5 airports on this trip, and I lost track of which one had those plastic covers. It was Chicago O'Hare.

Sandy

Amy

Sandy,

Thank you for all of your coaching with my blog! I have learned a LOT and look forward to putting it to use! Thank you for being so patient with me!

Amy

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Maybe it isnot that bad idea at all. I will give it a try, I don't know if, but if then it is really the money and the efforts worth it.

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