This segment airing on Tuesday 20th February 8:00PM, Wednesday 21st February 3:00PM, and Sunday 25th February 2018 3:00PM on channel 173 FOXTEL discusses the important role food waste disposers play in protecting the environment.
To support the launch of the MultitapTM3N1 in Australia InSinkErator have launched an interactive app that allows consumers to visualize the new tap in their own kitchen using augmented reality.
Multitap 3N1 dispenses cool water, hot water as well as steaming hot water from the single kitchen mixer tap, hence delivering new levels of convenience to the modern kitchen.
InSinkErator celebrated the launch of its new range of tapware with an Italian-themed cocktail reception in Melbourne. Retailers, architects and interior designers joined brand ambassador and master chef, Guy Grossi to get their first glimpse of the Multitap.
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