2 February 2022 12pm – 1pm Webinar


‘Hygiene and sustainability in workplace washrooms’ with Dyson

Register now for this engaging session on 2 February as Dyson draws on research to discuss how hygiene and sustainability go hand-in-hand towards achieving cleaner, more efficient workplace washrooms. This webinar will accompany the launch of our jointly created guidance on 'Hygiene in the workplace’.

As the world continues to transition towards ‘a new normal’, hygiene and sustainability play a more vital role than ever. 

A recent survey by Dyson shows that washroom attitudes are changing. While people are more conscious of the importance of hand hygiene, more than one in ten (11%) people globally admit they are more likely to leave the washroom without washing their hands, meanwhile 42% feel a lot more concerned about visiting a public washroom.

Then when it comes to sustainability, how do our washrooms impact the environment? With most used paper towels not being recycled, they have a substantial carbon footprint – so what’s the alternative?

Join us to find out more. As usual, there will also be a Q&A session for you to put your questions to the expert panel.


Peter Brogan

Head of Research and Insight, IWFM

Peter is Head of Research and Insight at IWFM where he manages the research, insight and information that positions IWFM as the voice of workplace and facilities management. He manages the delivery and development of the Institute’s research and insight activities.

An influential Research specialist with unique experience and a sustained record of success in both the public and private sectors. Extensive background in diverse service organisations, managing complex research projects from inception to completion.

Holly Dwyer

Sales Manager, Workspace, GB&I, Dyson Professional

Holly is a passionate business leader with extensive experience in the commercial property market, prior to joining Dyson’s commercial arm in 2018. She has subsequently led the Workspace sector driving significant growth, whilst helping businesses adopt more sustainable work practices. Her highly customer-centric approach to education around Dyson’s innovative technology has led to significant adoption allowing businesses to meet their aggressive sustainability goals whilst future proofing their workplace.

Neil Solanki

Specification and Sales Manager, GB&I, Dyson Professional

Inspired by change and technology of the future, Neil has over 10 years’ experience in product, brand and technical specification. He joined Dyson in early 2017 to lead the specification projects channel across the UK & Ireland focusing on delivering Dyson’s professional B2B solutions to the Architectural, Design and FM community. Neil is a self-confessed tech geek and has a great appreciation for good food and wine.