GROHE is this year´s Lead Partner at the German Sustainability Award 2022 for the Transformation Field resources.
Researchers from Techlab laboratory, based at Shiraz University in Iran, have won a £10,000 research prize.
Integrated water-saving features include the GROHE EcoButton enabling a reduced water flow of up
to 50% without compromising on comfort or performance.
The expansion will reach children and families living in India, Indonesia, and Nigeria – three of the most populous countries – with access to safe, clean toilets and hygiene solutions.
The globally recognised Cradle to Cradle (C2C) design approach was first developed in the 90s to drastically reduce waste and therefore the drain on new resources.
HIX will mark the first industry exhibition for GROHE since the onset of the pandemic and will also be the first event where the brand will showcase its newly accredited Cradle to Cradle Certified® products.
In line with the commencement of the UN Climate Change Conference COP26, Sunday 31st October, GROHE commissioned a YouGov study which surveyed over 7,000 citizens from seven European countries.