Angel Guard is well aware of how important it is to create something that is built both economically sensible and environmentally responsible, and so have created their products with not only the idea of saving lives in mind, but also saving the environment at the same time.
Water is one of the most valuable commodities in everyday life, and that is why Michael and Gabriel units can save (on average) 9.4 million litres of water per year. To put this into perspective, the water saved would equate to more than two Olympic-sized swimming pools, as well as seeing cost savings of £7,128 per unit (based on a five-year period).
Angel Guard is also always conscious of the amount of CO2e it produces, not only in its manufacturing and maintenance, but also its installation and transport. However, it is thanks to this eco-friendly approach that Michael and Gabriel units can save each hospital 347,000 tonnes of CO2e each year. Given the unique construction of Michael and Gabriel and the components within, Angel Guard have calculated that they will be able to save up to 2.5 tonnes of plastic over a five-year period. The unites themselves are also very environmentally friendly, with over 50% of the unit being made from recyclable materials, and 99% of the materials will be recycled at the end of each unit’s life.
Michael and Gabriel are also able to reduce their carbon footprint through the reduction of soap and hand gel needed per dispensing. The installation of these units will see savings of 260,000 litres of soap and hand gel over a five-year period.