A growing number of cleaning operations are looking at making their operations more sustainable by using products designed to reduce energy, chemical and water use. We ask cleaning companies and manufacturers about this trend and find out about the latest sustainable products and systems on the market.
Sustainability is no longer seen as an
According to Hako it takes the full product life cycle of all its machines into consideration at the design stage. It also aims to use environmentally conscious materials and focuses on how the product can eventually be dismantled and recycled.
The company has developed a number of environmentally friendly features for its machines.
To make the specification of refuse sacks simpler bpi.recycled products - manufacturer of Green Sack 100 per cent recycled refuse sacks - has launched a new product selector, which can be
downloaded from the company’s website.
By using flow charts, the selector helps users to choose the right refuse sacks based
on the waste’s eventual
For precise and reliable dispensing of cleaning chemicals Brightwell developed the ECO range of dosing and diluting equipment. Both the proportioning system ECOMIX and the manual dosing system ECOSHOT feature patented built-in dilution and dosing rings.
Both systems can be purchased with a chemical lock-in cabinet to ensure the installation
Dosely is a mechanical cleaning solution dispenser designed to soak one mop at a time while it is on the trolley. Designed by TTS, the dosing system is secure in that detergent goes into a removable hermetic tank which can be locked into the trolley using a key.
This means no more carrying of heavy buckets filled with pre-soaked mops and no
A lactic acid based disinfectant has been developed by Premiere Products as part of its Ecoforce range. The company says that although lactic acid is a biocide it is a naturally occurring metabolite, present in the human body and produced for Ecoforce Disinfectant solutions via a sustainable fermentation process.
Ecoforce Disinfectant comes in