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Soluclean - now EU EcoLabel accredited too!
With many organisations finding it increasingly difficult to implement and manage sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility policies, there has been no better time to look at cleaning products and open up to the innovation that can assist in fulfilling their objectives.
Soluclean has the perfect solution; a comprehensive range of pre-dosed, concentrated cleaning chemicals for daily cleaning that are encapsulated in a water soluble film. This Daily Cleaning System has recently been accredited with the EU Eco Label.
By using pre-dosed chemicals, users can make savings on energy and water consumption, emissions and packaging waste as compared to the costs associated with transporting and storing ready-to-use, water-based products. The long-term benefits of using Soluclean can also be measured in terms of environmental impact. By using the Soluclean range of pre-dosed sachets with the company's reusable trigger spray bottles, you are not only minimising the disposal of plastics to landfill but reducing the number of vehicles on the road that cause pollution and damage.
The water-soluble sachets fit the growing requirement for 'easy to use' cleaning products in as much as they eliminate the need for the complicated measuring of chemicals to achieve the required solution for the task in hand. They also cut costs by eliminating overdosing and reduce health & safety risks - an area of increasing concern among businesses.
"The water-soluble sachets prevent operatives from coming into direct contact with the concentrates, and because they dissolve in water there is no need to pour the chemicals into a bucket or machine, removing the risk of splashback," explains Soluclean's commercial director Jon Horton.
For more information on the benefits that Soluclean can bring to your organisation contact Nicola via:
2nd July 2015