Nestl Space Creates an Easier Way to Bring People Back With Launch of Health-Centered Adaptive Products

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Nestl Space makes it easier for buildings to transform any small space for healthier use, with products that have a tiny footprint and can be plugged in anywhere.

As more and more Americans return back to their job and school sites, the issue of health, hygiene and COVID-19 preventative measures is more important than ever. One company in Connecticut decided that there had to be an easier way to provide healthier spaces for everyone.

Enter Nestl Handwashing Stations and Lactation Space. Nestl allows businesses, schools, and organizations to beautifully and efficiently integrate running water anywhere; whether for hand washing or for new mothers needing a sanitary and private place to pump and store breastmilk safely after returning to work.

Nestl Space makes it easier for buildings to transform any small space for healthier use, with products that have a tiny footprint and can be plugged in anywhere. Purposefully and ergonomically designed to elevate commonplace but absolutely vital daily health functions, Nestl designs to support physical-mental health through small but beautiful modifications.

Additionally, Nestl facilitates OSHA,CDC, and Lactation Room Compliance. “Washing your hands is easy, and it’s one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs,” says the CDC. “Clean hands can stop germs from spreading from one person to another and throughout an entire community—from your home and workplace to childcare facilities and hospitals.”

Nestl is dedicated to creating easy, deliberate and feasible design solutions for healthier spaces that respect the needs of employees and building occupants. Nestl Space ships anywhere within the US & Canada. For additional information, visit them online at https://www.nestl-space.com.

About Nestl Space: Nestl Space was founded in 2018 by a young architect and mother who saw that retrofitting or allocating lactation space was too often impractical and devalued at a high cost to new mothers and parents. Nestl advocates for inclusive workplaces built for human needs, building small scale solutions for big health impact.

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