* Cleanzine-logo-8a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 28th May 2020 Issue no. 920

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eSack gets stronger

* E-SACK-PORTABLE-black-sack.jpgPolaris Plastics took to the road during April and May to launch its new eSack Range, which is revolutionising the dispensing of refuse sacks.

Feedback continues to be incredibly positive; customers have already called for an extension to the range in the form of a heavier duty refuse sack in black and clear - a call the manufacturer has already answered.

"Every customer who has seen eSack has been extremely positive; they really grasped the benefits of the new concept, recognising the way it can help them dispense with the mess," reports the company's business development director, Paul Wilkes. "The addition so quickly of the heavier duty option to the range of sacks available with the system is entirely by customer demand!"

Refuse sacks now available within the range are CHSA-accredited light, medium and heavy duty as well as pedal and swing bin liners.
"Not only have we added the heavy duty to the range we are also looking at more additions which are again also due to customer demand," adds Paul.

The range has been designed with the environment and efficiency at the forefront. With a wall-mounted, fixed dispenser and a portable integrated dispenser in the range, eSack is making the messy flat packed systems that have dominated the market for the past 30 years a thing of the past.

The sacks are non-gusseted and leak-proof, meaning they are very hygienic. The large capacity rolls minimise the time refilling the dispenser. As well as being hygienic and efficient, the system has strong environmental credentials. The sacks are made from 100% recycled polythene and the packaging and portable dispensing systems from 100% recycled cardboard.


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