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Kimberly-Clark Professional is to take part in a programme designed to reduce its ‘Forest Fibre Footprint’ significantly, which includes a corporate wide goal of transferring at least 50 per cent of the wood fibre it sources from natural forests to alternative fibre sources by 2025.
The initiative was launched recently by parent
Backpack vacuum cleaner specialist Pacvac designs its products to promote optimum air quality - for example all filters in the Superpro 700 Series are HEPA rated.
Kärcher's latest line of detergents for manual maintenance cleaning have been certified by the EU Ecolabel. This means they are easily degradable and contain no allergens.
The gentle cleaning agents have a lasting fragrance, delay re-soiling and ensure cleaned surfaces dry without streaks. Ready-to-use solutions come in 0.5-litre bottles
Quadrasan, Vectair's urinal and WC cleaning and dosing system, uses only environmentally friendly biological refills. These contain cleaning agents and bacterial strains selected for their ability to digest waste materials preventing the formation of scale and organic build-up.
The company also offers environmentally conscious air freshening in
Tork manufacturer SCA has been working to improve hygiene in nursery schools as part of its CSR work in Sweden. The company recently ran a pilot study in collaboration with the Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control at two regional nurseries near Gothenburg. The aim of the study was to reduce the spread of infections in nurseries where
All new DiBO JMB-M hot water high pressure cleaners feature an industrial diesel engine with intercooling. This system uses the existing feed water from the built-in 500 litre water tank to cool off the engine so water from the tank is preheated - resulting in an energy saving of as much as 15 per cent on the boiler’s fuel.
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