Perfect hospitality

Here, Genesis Biosciences discuss a biological cleaning product revolution in the HoReCa industry.

In the hospitality industry, cleanliness is crucial, and choosing the best cleaning products should be paramount. However, many contractors base this key decision on price, with factors such as the cleaning performance, duty of care and the environment trailing behind.

At Genesis Biosciences, we believe that hotel, restaurant and café (HoReCa) companies need to take action and shun traditional, harsh chemicals and choose products that use biology and modern chemistry that are eco-friendly, and offer lasting results and good value for money in the long run.

Dr Phil Caunt, Research and Development Specialist at Genesis Biosciences, said: “Traditional chemical cleaners are created to offer some immediate cleaning benefits at a very low price, but the low price point means that once diluted, the product is only minimally effective and requires either frequent cleaning or a lot of labour to get the desired results. This is a false economy – not to mention potentially problematic.

“The cheaper chemical products can actually cause damage to surfaces when applied frequently, as well as posing a health hazard to employees and impacting the wider environment. The negatives combined can actually prove very costly for companies.”

Genesis Biosciences is a world leader in the development of microbial and antimicrobial products that contain natural active substances and specific Bacillus strains, in order to create high-performing, yet environmentally positive, solutions for customers. Genesis’ award-winning eco- benign probiotic cleaning technology, which was created following £2.5m investment in research and development, looks set to radically change cleaning management within the HoReCa industry.

Dr Caunt continued: “Our eco-benign technology follows a rigorous testing protocol that sees our team of scientists in Cardiff test multiple standard soils to develop specific modern chemistry and Bacillus strain combinations. This

guarantees that each of our formulas will thrive in the area of application and continue to be effective against organic material long after application.”

And it’s not just the physical cleaning process that the world- renowned company has developed solutions for: Genesis’ biological odour neutralisers specifically combat malodours.

Malodour is caused by nuisance bacteria that grow on hard surfaces and eventually break down any soiling present and release foul-smelling compounds. Causes in the HoReCa industry include toilets, bins, and food waste to name a few.

Looking at sustainable ways to eradicate the odour, Dr Chris Charles, R&D Scientist at Genesis Biosciences, said: “Some businesses take shortcuts in public areas and use ‘odour maskers’ to hide the bad smells, however these products don’t resolve the problem at source. The perfume hides the bad smell initially, but the masking products don’t continue to work after application so the bacteria present will continue to multiply, meaning harmful bacteria, including E.coli, can continue to thrive and malodour continues to build.

“An alternative solution is a biological odour neutraliser, which differs from its chemical counterparts because it contains beneficial bacteria. These beneficial bacteria naturally compete with and can overtake the harmful bacteria as well as breaking down odour-causing compounds. By preventing malodour at the source, odour neutralisers deliver superior, long lasting results against a wide range of smells.”

From its extensive research and development process, Genesis Biosciences has launched its Evogen Professional range of biological cleaners for the HoReCa industry. All products have been tested thoroughly to ensure they are scientifically validated and are manufactured in accordance with recognised international standards, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.


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