Scientific Sanitation Solutions

SSS UK Distribution Centre Open Day – Monday 16th October 2023

In an era when hygiene and sanitation have never been more critical, SSS invites you to a remarkable event that promises to be both educational and inspiring. Mark your calendars for Monday, October 16th, 2023, as we open our doors to the public for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at our new UK operations base. Located at the Hartshead Service Station in Ashton Under Lyne, Greater Manchester, this Open Day is a unique opportunity to witness the future of sanitation in action.

The event kicks off with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for 9:30 am, led by the distinguished Rt. Hon. Angela Rayner MP. As a prominent figure in British politics, Ms. Rayner’s presence underscores the importance of the work being done by SSS in the realm of public health and safety.

Why Attend?

SSS is at the forefront of revolutionising sanitation methods, utilising cutting-edge technology and research to ensure a healthier and cleaner environment for all. This Open Day is your chance to:

1. Discover Innovative Solutions: At this event, attendees will have the chance to witness our impressive lineup of solutions, including our high-quality medical-grade disinfectant, SANI-99™, our specialised agricultural disinfectant, SANI-99™ for AGRI, and our groundbreaking water purification solution, SANI AMANZI™.

2. Learn from Experts: Our team of experts will be on hand to provide insights into the science behind our sanitation solutions. Whether you’re a professional in the field, a student or simply curious about the technology that keeps our communities safe, this event is a valuable learning opportunity.

3. Network and Collaborate: Connect with like-minded individuals, sanitation professionals, and researchers who share a passion for improving public health and hygiene. This Open Day provides a platform for networking and potential collaborations that could drive future innovations in the field.

4. Environmental Responsibility: Discover how SSS is committed to sustainability. Learn about our eco-friendly practices and efforts to minimise our carbon footprint.

5. Interactive Demonstrations: Engage in interactive demonstrations that showcase our sanitation solutions in action. See how our technology effectively eliminates harmful pathogens, ensuring clean and safe environments.

6. Q&A Sessions: Have burning questions about sanitation or our cutting-edge solutions? Our experts will be available for Q&A sessions, providing in-depth insights and clarifications.

Event Details

Date: Monday, October 16th, 2023

Time: Ribbon-cutting ceremony begins at 9:30 am

Location: Hartshead Service Station, 166 St Albans Avenue, Ashton Under Lyne, Greater Manchester, OL6 8TU


This event is open to the public, and attendance is free of charge. However, to manage the flow of visitors and ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all, we encourage attendees to register in advance.Please email us at to secure your spot.

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