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Mike Stubbs, Chairman of the scheme’s Panel, said: “With members of the Accreditation Scheme consistently delivering near perfect conformance on label compliance and performance, the time was right to include a wider range of products in the Scheme for Plastic Refuse Sacks.


PLASTIC BIN LINERS GET ACCREDITATION


SCHEME The CHSA has expanded their Accreditation Scheme for Plastic Refuse Sacks to include plastic bin liners.


The move will let buyers of plastic bin liners look for the CHSA Accreditation Scheme logo to be certain that ‘what’s on the box is what’s in the box’.


BARTHOLET ENTERS


THE MATRYX The Sidcot Group has announced that Julian Bartholet is to join as Group Commercial Director, from 1 June 2018.


Julian joins from IPH Brammer, where he was UK Business Development Director. Julian has more than 20 years experience in the cleaning and hygiene industry, having started his career as a Business Development Manager at Deb Group in the late 1990’s.


Julian has also worked for over eight years at Kruger Tissue, as both National Account Controller and then UK/European Sales Manager, and spent four and a half years as Strategic Business Development Manager for Bunzl Safety and Cleaning. He also holds an MBA in Business Administration from Bradford School of Management.


Speaking about his move to the Sidcot Group, Julian said: “I’m


8 | WHAT’S NEW?


“Bin liners, bought in huge number, were the natural addition. With the reassurance of the CHSA Accreditation Scheme marquee on the packaging of products manufactured by Scheme members, buyers of these products can now be certain they are getting what they pay for.”


In line with the existing audits of plastic refuse sacks, conducted at least twice a year by the independent inspector, the quantity and dimensional compliance of bin liners are now being checked, guaranteeing the number and dimensions specified on the labels match the content of the box. The inspector also makes sure every batch is traceable to the manufacturer.


absolutely delighted to be coming back into the cut and thrust of the world of paper hygiene and teaming back up with my former CEO from Kruger Tissue; Sidcot Group Owner and CEO Nigel Samuel.


“Several years ago, whilst doing my MBA, I made the decision to come out of manufacturing to learn about the major distribution groups and work in that side of the supply chain. So now I’m returning to put into practice what I’ve learnt and help the Sidcot Group build on its success to date and become recognised as a major force in the UK paper hygiene industry.


“This is an exciting time to be joining the Sidcot Group following the acquisition of the former SCA paper mill in Chesterfield, and ongoing investment in the Matryx and Techcel converting operations in Royton, Greater Manchester giving us an opportunity to present a fresh and flexible offer to the UK cleaning industry.”


www.matryx-hygiene.co.uk twitter.com/TomoCleaning


Plastic refuse sacks are also audited for performance with a greater focus on fitness for purpose. The Accreditation Scheme defines the meaning of light, medium, heavy and extra heavy duty in terms of weight. The bags are tested using the British Standards Institute’s Butt End Drop Test; they are filled with ballast to the specified weight and butt dropped from a height of 1.5m and then checked for splits. Only bags that pass this test and whose label carries the CHSA dumbbell logo can claim this performance criteria.


www.chsa.co.uk


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