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of InnuScience’s sustainability approach to care about the health of workers in the cleaning industry.


One area that has been of increasing concern over recent decades is the quality of the air we breathe daily and especially for the professional cleaner, at work. Some parts of Europe, notably Scandinavia, have for some time legislated to keep the amount of fragrance to a minimum in cleaning products used in the professional market. This is based on research that identified the issues that volatile organic compounds (VOCs) generate, especially in enclosed environments over time.


VOCs are responsible for deteriorating indoor air quality and generating the ‘sick building syndrome’. In addition, some of them have a negative impact on the ozone layer. These volatile compounds are present in many cleaning products


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and they take only seconds to enter the user’s system.


VOCs can cause discomfort among users of cleaning products, and produce symptoms such as eye irritation, allergic skin irritation, headaches, runny nose, fatigue, and more. Some VOCs can cause liver and kidney damage, while some are suspected or known to cause cancer.


In cleaning products, VOCs come primarily from fragrances and solvents used to solubilise greasy deposits. Fragrances are often used to excess as they are used to mask unpleasant odours that arise after using ineffective cleaning products.


InnuScience cleaning products contain no or low VOC- emitting ingredients. By combining biotechnological ingredients with green chemicals to increase cleaning performance, InnuScience does not have to use solvents.


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