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New Cromwell clinical waste sacks28th of June 2012
Cromwell Polythene is relaunching its clinical waste sacks range, using star seal technology to maximise carrying capacity while optimising leak resistance.
The new range encompasses yellow sacks for transporting hazardous waste for incineration; orange sacks, for waste that is disposed of by a licensed or permitted facility; and yellow sacks with a black stripe for waste collection and disposal that is not subject to special requirements in order to prevent infection and which are disposed of by deep landfill.
All use Cromwell’s LOWCO2T technology to reduce the weight of the bags, resulting in CO2 savings and other emissions.
And star seal technology means bags can be manufactured without gussets, eliminating gaps along the seals where leaks sometimes occur. It also leads to a less formed shape, allowing the sack to mould itself more easily to the contours of a container.
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