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Robert Scott launches new Pro-mist mop

system Janitorial product manufacturer and distributor, Robert Scott, has launched its latest floorcare innovation – the Pro-mist mop system.

The microfibre mop kit combines the new, ergonomic Pro-mist spray handle and microfibre pads for effective rapid response cleaning, without

the need for excessive amounts of waste water or chemical agents.

The Pro-mist features a removable bottle and spray trigger which delivers a fine mist of solution directly to the cleaning surface, helping you to clean and dry floors quickly. This eradicates the need for buckets, making it ideal for spot cleaning. The mop’s lightweight break-frame reduces strain on users and has a built-in release system to avoid contact with the soiled mop.

The mop system is designed to be completely versatile to meet the needs of today’s janitorial workforce and is available with a range of microfibre pads. The antibacterial Nano-Ag silver mop pads are designed to prevent bacterial growth, meaning 99.9% of bacteria picked up by the mop is eliminated within 30 minutes of contact. Nano silver works effectively to reduce the five most common bacteria: Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Escherichia coli and Salmonella.

Familiar face appointed at Cromwell

Cromwell Polythene, the specialist supplier of sacks, bags and speciality products for the storage and collection of waste and recyclables, has appointed Alex Lee as a Sales Executive.

Alex, the middle son of Managing Director James and company secretary Debbie, is joining his two brothers, Angus and Henry, as part of the 37-strong Cromwell team. He previously worked in sales in the software industry.

Alex will also manage the relaunch of Cromwell’s free polythene recovery service, which returns clean polythene packaging to the production cycle. Used polythene is collected from its customers on a back-load basis, for recycling. This keeps the resource in the economy and saves virgin materials in line with the principles of the circular economy and reducing landfill. Benefits for customers include reduction of waste disposal costs and regular reporting of packaging returns for recycling.

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Customers with larger volumes of used packaging are paid for their baled polythene film.

Alex said: “I’m excited to be joining Cromwell Polythene at a time of great change and growth for the company. I also relish the challenges and opportunities that are being presented to the industry as we work together on an ambitious set of targets, doing our bit to help the capture and containment of waste resources, as the UK works towards a more circular economy. It gives me great pleasure to be working towards these goals alongside my immediate family members and as part of the wider Cromwell family.”

James Lee said: “Our business is thriving, and we have exciting plans to grow it extensively over the next few years. As part of those plans, we’re delighted to welcome Alex to the team. We’re proud of our family heritage and values, so it’s great to now have all my family working with our valued team to achieve the company’s vision for resource efficiency.”

The antibacterial properties of the microfibre material also means that the Nano-Ag pads can be used without any chemical cleaning agents, and they can be washed at ambient temperatures of 30-40°C, making them an environmentally-friendly cleaning option.

The Pro-mist can also be supplied with disposable Mi- mop microfibre pads, which are ideal in hygiene-critical areas such as restaurants or hospitals where there’s no access to laundry facilities, or where infection control policy requirements must be met to reduce cross contamination risk.

The antibacterial kit features the Pro-mist spray handle, Uniko break-frame, and a blue Nano-Ag microcide silver mop pad. The disposable kit features the Pro-mist spray handle, Uniko break-frame, and a 10-pack of white disposable microfibre mops. Both pads are available in industry standard colour coding to prevent cross contamination.

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