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SmartSoft provides an energy saving solution right across your business, from hotel bedroom to the spa treatment couch
– Barbara Cooke, CEO and founder of BC Softwear

BC Softwear is more than the UK’s leading towelling supplier, it supplies a ‘towelling solutions service’ and knows better than anyone that saving energy is the single most important factor for helping spas and hotels reach their targets of 90 per cent reduction in carbon emissions (The Paris Agreement UNFCCC) by 2050.

SmartSoft is the latest collection of SupremeSoft Bathrobes, SupremeSoft Spa Linen and SmartKnit Towels with an environmental conscience, that have been 100 per cent guaranteed for the claims of sustainability and energy savings by the Laundry Technology Centre.

There facts are easy to see:

  • 70 per cent reduction in energy usage
  • 31 per cent reduction in laundry drying times
  • 65 per cent less oil absorption than traditional 100 per cent cotton towelling

SmartSoft provides an entire energy saving collection for your spa business to help reduce costs and increase spa efficiencies, such as reducing the staff time required in the laundry and reducing the number of towels required per treatment. For a sustainability spa package from top to toe, simply add the 100 per cent biodegradable slippers.

With BC Softwear, it's not only its products that offer sustainability solutions, the company itself has an ecological outlook on all aspects of the business. Its rinsing and dyeing processes reduce water consumption by 60 per cent, while solar panels on the factory roof massively reducing the amount of gas consumed, saving over a million trees in the process.

For more information please go to www.bcsoftwear.co.uk or call + 44 (0) 845 210 4000

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BC Softwear
BC Softwear is the leading textile supplier for luxury hotels and spas in the UK, France and worldwide. The products are designed for the most discerning customers, where quality and exceptional performance are the standard.

The company provides expertise in the manufacture of exceptional quality spa linen, luxury bathrobes and footwear to 34 countries worldwide, and is renowned for its unique understanding of the spa and hotel markets. With an enviable reputation for supreme quality towels and robes that stay softer and fluffier for longer, we guarantee our clients will receive reliable supply and exceptional customer service.
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Unit 2a St Peter’s Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 7QU, UK
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+44 (0)845 210 4000
BC Softwear is the UK’s leading towelling supplier.
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