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Biomaster technology helps keep washroom bins fresh

15
Jul

High quality washrooms are essential to reduce infection and also to leave good impression on anyone who uses your facilities.

The best washrooms are designed with a view to easy cleaning and maintenance and with sustainability in mind. 

Some cleaning teams still use non-scented liners in combination with extra products such as sachets or gels for washroom hygiene bins, but these increase the workload and the cost and time spent servicing bins.

Cromwell Polythene supplies sacks, bags and speciality products for the storage and collection of waste and recyclables.

Cromwell's Sansafe liner range incorporates Biomaster antimicrobial technology added during the film extrusion process.

Biomaster inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria including E. coli and Legionella. It also reduces malodours because microbes can't grow in contact with the liners.

Sansafe bin liners can eliminate the need for additional masking fragrances and antimicrobial products. 

The efficacy of each production run of Sansafe liners is regularly tested to 1SO22196 and they are made from 30% recycled material.

Later this year Cromwell is also launching a scented and antimicrobial tiger bag as part of the Sansafe range, for offensive/hygiene waste whose collection and disposal is not subject to special requirements to prevent infection (EWC code 18 01 04). 

Typical examples of this type of waste include non-infectious used gloves, masks, dressings, incont inence waste, soiled nappies, sanitary towels and tampons. These materials can be turned into energy from waste (EfW).

For more information visit the Cromwell Polythene website


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