Since 2003, our vision has always been to offer high quality washroom services equipment with a personal and consistent approach. Guided by our five core principles of innovation, flexibility, reliability, efficiency and friendliness, we are able to provide solutions to the most stringent service levels.
We decided to join forces with Zenith, because they have the same focus on customer care and service, as we strive to offer. It is extremely exciting to be part of a Group which has been included in the London Stock Exchange’s “1000 Most Inspiring” small-medium sized companies.
Zenith Washroom Solutions was set up with a vision that it would offer the wide range of high-quality washroom services equipment and servicing that a corporate organisation would expect - but with a very much more personal and consistent approach. The Company enjoys getting to know its customers, working closely with them to ensure that the service they receive is not only reliable, but tailored to their businesses unique requirements, rather than just a standard option.
In December 2018 South West Water discovered a 210ft monster fatberg lurking in the sewers in the stunning regency seaside town of Sidmouth. It isn’t something you imagine as you walk about clutching a pasty or an ice-cream debating which direction to walk to burn the calories off. Nonetheless this small British town has, collectively, clogged up their sewer network which, as you might imagine, terminates at the sea wall.
Join our dynamic and friendly hygiene services team providing high-quality washroom service solutions to a wide range of industries. Zenith Washroom Solutions provides an innovative working environment to ensure the highest standards of working environment for our employees. This role suits a well presented, friendly and hard working individual with the desire to grow their role.
What do straight bananas, the humble pint and driving as an aspect of your work have in common? Not a lot. The first 2 are fallacies started by the UK tabloid press to evoke a response on slow news days. However the changes in the European Working Time Directive that have been announced last month have some serious implications for the continue ability of small businesses to compete with their larger rivals. So, what can be done?