Cleanzine-logo-10a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 20th July 2017 Issue no. 783

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Dealing with feminine hygiene waste in a revolutionary new way

* Femcare-Liner.jpgIt is common knowledge within the industry that hygiene companies that service feminine hygiene units either do so by way of liner or bin exchange. Companies favouring liner exchange will typically have to buy a quality plastic liner, buy a form of sanitising agent (usually in the form of sachets, liquids or granules), and incur labour costs as a result of the operative having to retrospectively add the sanitising agent into the plastic liner.

The above process can be expensive, time consuming and potentially labour extensive.

Vectair Systems believes the new Femcare Antimicrobial system will revolutionise the way in which the industry conducts the future servicing of feminine hygiene units.

The Femcare Antimicrobial liner is, says Vectair, the first ever feminine hygiene liner bag incorporating Biomaster technology into the liner itself. Biomaster technology provides round the clock protection against bacterial build up from harmful species such as MRSA, E.Coli and Legionalla, giving safe, effective and permanent antimicrobial protection. Using this revolutionary technology, the Femcare system eliminates the need for any further additives, having potential cost savings for the hygiene provider on labour, transport, and material costs.

What's more, the new liner technology not only ensures the smell of the contents does not emanate out of the sack, it also provides a pleasant fragrance.

T: 01256 319 500
E: info@vectair.co.uk
W: www.vectair.co.uk

9th February 2012




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