*Cleanzine-logo-6.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 2nd February 2023 Issue no. 1050

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RJN trigger sprays colour-coded and recycled too!

* RJN-colour-coded.jpgRJN's new colour-coded trigger spray bottles are made from 100% Post-Consumer Recycled plastics. Always at the forefront when it comes to sustainability, RJN Chemicals has introduced a new range of 500ml colour-coded reuseable trigger spray bottles manufactured from 100% Post-Consumer Recycled plastics.

The new bottles are also designed for the increased comfort of operatives and are lighter in weight. They are manufactured in the UK and are themselves 100% recycleable.

As a corporate member of the British Institute of Cleaning Science, RJN has ensured that the colour coding is in line with BICSc recommendations - yellow for clinical and healthcare use, green for general food and bar use, red for washrooms, blue for lower risk areas and white for site-specific use.

Chemicals include multipurpose cleaners, heavy duty cleaners & degreasers, bactericidal cleaners & odour neutralisers and RJN offers a huge range of chemicals to cover any cleaning task.

https://rjnchemicals.co.uk

12th January 2023




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