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Providing an attractive work environment is a key part of any sustainability policy since it supports the ‘people’ part of the ‘People, Planet, Profit’ equation. Ann Laffeaty asks companies in the cleaning sector what they are doing to keep their staff safe, healthy and happy – and how they are helping people in the
According to Hako it takes the full product life cycle of all its machines into consideration.
The company has developed a number of environmentally friendly features for its machines. Hako-AquaControl, for example, saves up to 50 per cent of water and cleaning solution, while Hako-Chemical on Demand ensures chemicals are only used when
For cleaning and disinfecting of floors Hagleitner has developed the ihs system. The integral MIX cleaning dispenser doses a ready-to-use solution from concentrate - from a 2.5 litre container it mixes up to 500 litres.
Safety mops and cloths are positioned on the cradle machine, damp and ready to use. Prepared damp mops and cloths are colour
Steiner’s Ecological washroom dispensers are made from 99 per cent recycled materials and are fully recyclable. All components can be recycled or reused which means that in order to dispose of the dispensers they do not need to be dismantled.
The packaging is eco-friendly, with recycled cartons, instruction sheets and paper plus protective
Sustainability is the cornerstone of Sapor’s new Greenline washroom concept, which applies to soap, paper and toilet tissue dispensers. Greenline dispensing products are free of mineral oil and consist of a bio composite made of bio plastics with renewable resources, which are fully biodegradable.
Beyond the dispenser’s operating life
According to the European Tissue Symposium (ETS) - which represents Europe’s leading tissue producers - Europe leads the world in paper recycling with a paper fibre being collected and recycled on average 3.5 times, compared with 2.4 times worldwide.
ETS is a member of the European Recovered Paper Council, committed to meet a voluntary