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Tomorrow’s


News Sponsored by Jangro launches Enviro Water


Soluble Sachets Range Jangro, the UK and Ireland’s largest network of independent janitorial suppliers, has extended its innovative and sustainable Enviro range with the launch of new water- soluble sachets.


Exclusive to Jangro, the Enviro Water Soluble Sachets are a range of cleaning and sanitising products which use innovative smarter packaging ‘sachets’ to avoid the use of traditional plastic bottles.


Specially designed to minimise landfill burden, and reduce the use of plastic, they are 100% biodegradable and phosphate free. As well as being 100% biodegradable, these revolutionary sachets offer many other benefits, including:


• They are easy to use. Simply drop the unopened sachet into the water and mix for a ready-to-use cleaner. They are effective with both hot and cold water.


• There is a reduced risk to health and safety since operatives are not exposed to the concentrated product, and there's none of the splashing associated with liquids.


• They provide controlled dosage. Each sachet contains the correct amount so there’s no waste or overuse, saving money.


• Less packaging results in lower transportation costs, lower emissions, and reduced need for storage space. For example, one Euro pallet contains 450 boxes of sachets (150 per box). This can fill 675,000 litres of water, which is comparable to 843 pallets containing traditional 5 litre bottle equivalent measures.


Jo Gilliard, CEO of Jangro, commented: “We have a huge responsibility to make sustainable choices and minimise the use of plastic in our industry. Each tub of Jangro Enviro Water Soluble Sachets equates to 20 ready-to-use trigger bottles, or 150 x 10 litre buckets – that is saving huge vo lumes of plastic from ending up in landfill, or in our oceans and waterways.


“We are incredibly excited to launch the industry’s first 100% bio-degradable soluble sachets, helping to save the environment, and helping our customers save money.”


Available for both buckets and refillable trigger bottles, the Enviro Soluble Sachet range includes a Multi-purpose Cleaner, Glass & Stainless Steel Cleaner, Kitchen Degreaser, Kitchen Sanitiser, Floor Cleaner, Washroom Cleaner, and Toilet Cleaner & Descaler.


www.jangro.net


Bonasystems to watch your step


Bonasystems has been appointed to conduct slip risk assessments using the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) approved pendulum device at 11 of Network Rail’s mainland stations.


The stations include Euston, Paddington, Victoria and Liverpool Street.


Dr Steve Thorpe, Head of Risk at Bonasystems and Chair of the UK’s Slip Resistance Group, commented: “Working with Bonasystems will enable Network Rail to adopt a scientific approach to reducing the risk of slips at stations. The pendulum test provides a score which can then be used to check and confirm if the interventions or changes they have made have been effective. We’re committed to helping our customers prevent slips from happening in the first instance.


“We take an individual approach with each of our clients, and our team is able to give a detailed assessment of each flooring environment plus recommend a variety of anti- slip treatments, best practice cleaning methodologies and specialist floor cleaning products.”


The pendulum test is used by the HSE in prosecution cases, and is designed to replicate a pedestrian heel strike at the point when most slips occur. Slips and trips are still the biggest cause of accidents in the UK, with 95% of major accidents resulting in broken bones.


Bonasystems’ cleaning products and recommended cleaning methodologies reduce slip-risk substantially and are used by many private companies and public services to significantly reduce their risk of slips, especially in high footfall or high-risk areas.


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