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and fabrics. All of this is achievable within a very fast contact time and little to no regrowth.


As a non-chemical cleaning solution, it is not only fast- acting and economical, it is also non-harmful with a pH of between 7.8 and 8.5, meaning it’s ideal for multi-surface application and won't damage surfaces or skin. The solution is safe to dispose of down drains as the naturally occurring components chemically relax and won’t cause any harmful environmental impact.


Uses and benefits


The applications for ECA technology are endless. And it’s now being used by the cleaning industry in a growing number of workplace and domestic settings as the eco- friendly way to clean without the use of chemicals. It’s ideal for use in kitchens and restaurants as it doesn’t have a strong odour or taste. In fact, it’s also a natural deodoriser, reducing odours in kitchens, washrooms and on fabrics by killing the bacteria that are the principal cause.


Once a Toucan Eco system is installed, the running costs are low. The system will allow the user to cut their current chemical use by up to 80%, meaning less single-use plastic consumption and a reduction in the need to purchase chemical cleaners. In comparison, the table salt and tap water needed to create the ECA solution are very low cost, and because you make the solution yourself you shouldn’t ever run out. In addition, the system doesn't require servicing or reordering, keeping your businesses’ carbon footprint low.


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In practice


In May 2019, UWC Atlantic College took the leap to transform its cleaning regime by installing Toucan Eco across its 122-acre campus, as part of a strategy to reduce environmental impact. The college, which previously used a chemical-based cleaning system, reported an extremely positive trial period, and proceeded with the installation of 13 Toucan Eco Active units, each with a 10-litre capacity, across the College’s residential quarters, study rooms, sports facilities and other areas of public footfall.


What’s more, the solution is safe for students to use to spray, wipe or mop their dormitory areas, helping to prepare them for the next stage of independence at university and beyond, and make conscious decisions about the products they use in their daily lives.


Jonathan Thiel, UWC Atlantic’s on-site manager for Chartwells Independent, said: “For the team, Toucan Eco was the next logical step in order to reduce our environmental impact. Not only have we drastically cut the use of harmful chemical cleaning agents, we’re also making considerable reductions on single-use plastic waste and the unnecessary transportation of cleaning fluids.”


With a technology such as ECA solution addressing our industry’s over-use of chemicals, the Toucan Eco system is one way that businesses can move forward to create a more sustainable future for their customers and staff, while also reducing their impact on the environment.


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