InSinkErator opens new showroom

Published:  19 January, 2016

InSinkErator, the food waste disposer and tap company, has moved to new offices with a new showroom and demonstration area to encompass its increasing product portfolio. 

The new showroom showcases the wide range of InSinkErator products, increasing the opportunities for retailers to experience demonstrations and product specific events. An assortment of the company’s products is displayed throughout, offering customers an idea of how the products would look and sound once installed.

Linda Phoutthasak, InSinkErator’s marketing manager for Europe and Russia, said: “The InSinkErator products come to life in the new showroom; it is the perfect setting for demonstrating the versatility of our products. The whole team is over the moon with the expansion and agree it is a great asset for showcasing the latest products.”

The InSinkErator 3N1 kitchen tap delivers instant steaming hot, filtered water alongside regular hot and cold water, utilising the same water source and freeing up valuable worktop space. Contributing to a number of household tasks, the 3N1 enables food preparation and cleaning to become simpler and more economical. With an InSinkErator food waste disposer, food scraps and leftovers are ground into tiny particles and simply flushed down the drain, where they can be transported to a wastewater treatment plant and made into biogas or fertiliser; reducing the strain on landfill sites and limiting the damage to the environment.

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