Earlier this month, hygiene specialist Trovex celebrated its 20th year since it was founded, New Business reports. The company currently employs 40 people in Norfolk and Hertfordshire and specialises in creating hygienic surfaces such as basins, bathrooms, cubicles wall cladding and washroom fittings for schools, shopping centres and hospitals around the country.

With millions of people using Trovex products every day in healthcare and education, the company has continued to innovate in the field of hygiene and cleanliness, which has included clients such as Channel 4's Supervet Niall Fitzpatrick, The Royal Free Hospital and The Battersea Dog's Home.

All products including wall cladding and fittings must be robust, practical and easy to clean - something that significantly reduces the risk of bugs and infections in public places.

Trovex's main factory is in Welham Green where, along with a highly skilled production team, utilises a number of state-of-the-art CNC (computer numerically controlled) machinery to be at the edge of innovation. The second factory is located in Dereham, Norfolk, at the Washroom Innovation Centre where they have recently spent a significant investment to increase production capacity to meet demand.

Kevin Dunham, Managing Director, "Trovex is committed to continued growth through the expansion of our product range and our services. We look forward to the next 20 years in business where we continue to focus on our three core values - reliability, competence and care."