The new phs Group’s male incontinence bins are now available for use at Moto.
Male washrooms have historically lacked amenities when it comes to disposal of incontinence products. That’s why we’re delighted to announce that we’re leading the the way for positive change, by becoming the first MSA to install male continence bins at our sites.
We are on a mission to transform the UK’s rest stop experience for everyone that visits our sites, and we couldn’t be more proud to be supporting phs and Prostate Cancer UK in the process.
Moto Chief Customer Officer, Nick Tatum, said: “Motorway services restrooms can be very busy so helping users discreetly dispose of their incontinence waste products, whichever restroom they’re in, should be a priority.”
“Providing a safe space for dignified disposal will help break the taboo surrounding male incontinence issues and raise awareness of a problem that affects so many people in the UK. Whilst customer requests for sanitary product disposal in male restrooms have been limited, Moto recognises that men can sometimes be afraid of speaking up or are more likely to just accept that’s the way things are.”
“Moto strive to provide a service that is inclusive of all and our partnership with phs will help us to achieve this. We want the very best for all our customers and want to provide them with the dignity they deserve. We’re also incredibly proud of our colleagues and their commitment to providing an outstanding service, with zero tolerance for discrimination, to all of our customers.”
Read more about phs’ “dispose with dignity” mission here.