Three emblematic public toilets featuring cutting-edge touchless technology from Stern
At the 20th-annual contest that celebrates the most innovative and hygienic public restrooms across America, there was only one NYC destination that landed in the Top 10 finalists: the renovated restrooms at JFK Airport’s Terminal 4 in Queens.
JFK Airport’s Terminal 4 newly renovated restrooms are the latest initiative in line with the Port Authority’s goal to make JFK a world-class airport. Located on the east side of the Customs Arrival Hall, and designed by Woods Bagot, these restrooms are easy to find, easy to clean, and generously sized.
To embrace touchless products specifically tailored for high-traffic areas while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing design, Stern’s Tubular wall-mounted faucet and the matching Tubular soap dispenser have been selected.
The outcome is twofold: preventing cross-contamination and significantly reducing soap and water consumption, thus promoting sustainability.
In the same line, the Tubular wall-mounted touchless faucet and soap dispenser have also been implemented in various other emblematic restrooms in NYC including:
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