From installation, to routine, reliable servicing and expert waste disposal - our Citron Hygiene certified technicians will take care of it all, so you don’t have to!
Join the growing movement to combat period poverty by offering organic, sustainable, free-vend pads and tampons at your business. Aunt Flow is the most efficient solution to provide menstrual products including tampons and pads for free to employees, students, and guests.
For every 10 products sold, Aunt Flow donates 1 to menstruators in need. Choose between the stainless steel recessed dispenser or our ABS plastic mounted dispenser.
From installation, to routine, reliable servicing and restocking - our Citron Hygiene certified technicians will take care of it all, so you don’t have to!
Providing free pads and tampons isn’t just supporting a basic human right, it’s a small price to pay for the comfort and dignity of employees, customers, students and visitors to public washrooms. From stained clothes, to lost work time, public embarrassment and serious health risks, the cost of period inequity can be, quite literally, life-threatening. Installing a tampon dispenser or sanitary napkin dispenser that offers free feminine hygiene products is critical for gender equality in the workplace. Learn more about how your workplace can join the growing movement to provide free period products.
Without a hygienic option for disposing menstrual products within washroom stalls, the chances of pads and tampons being flushed down the toilet increases significantly. Two thirds of plumbing blockages come from menstrual hygiene products being flushed down the toilets which increase your cost on plumbing maintenance. Learn more about how you can prevent tampons from being flushed down your toilets on our blog.
No. You should never flush pads, also known as feminine hygiene products, down the toilet. Not only will this cause plumbing problems, but it’s also bad for the environment as most menstrual hygiene products are not biodegradable or eco friendly. Visit our blog to learn more about how you can prevent pads from being flushed down the toilet.
Menstrual hygiene refers to the physical, social, spatial and psychological resources, facilities, and products used to manage the collection of blood during menstruation and dignified disposal of menstrual materials. Learn more about menstrual hygiene on our blog
Period dignity, also known as menstrual dignity, refers to shame-free and affordable access to everything a menstruator needs to manage their periods and maintain health – from free period products to accessible and hygienic sanitary napkin disposal. Learn how your business can put an end to period poverty and support period dignity on our blog.
All of Citron Hygiene’s menstrual waste disposal units are safe, hygienic and inclusive. Each unit is serviced by a Citron Hygiene service expert to disinfect, clean and maintain the unit, including the safe removal of menstrual waste. To choose the right unit for your washroom, consider the size of your stalls and the amount of foot traffic in your washroom.
No, tampons should never be flushed down the toilet, primarily due to the fact that they are designed to absorb large volumes of fluid. Flushing tampons down the toilet will not only lead to plumbing problems, but tampons are incredibly harmful to the environment. Visit our blog to learn more about how to encourage proper disposal of tampons and all other feminine hygiene products.
Menstrual equity in a nutshell refers to the safety, affordability, and accessibility of menstrual products to all menstruators. Furthermore, menstrual equity is not only defined by products, but rather an increased education and awareness surrounding reproductive care and the means to manage menstruation.
Period poverty is a real and devastating issue faced by millions of menstruators worldwide. It describes inadequate access to menstrual products, hygiene facilities and menstrual health education. Learn more about period poverty and how your business can take a stand on our blog
Citron Hygiene offers different service frequencies so businesses can select the one that works best for them. Standard service frequencies are weekly, every 14 days, every 28 days, and every 56 days. Customers with various locations can select different frequencies for each building. Frequencies can be adjusted as needed. For help for your business, contact us