Going green is high on the business agenda, especially in the professional cleaning industry, with ‘green cleaning’ becoming a dominant force in recent years.
Driven by customer demand and an overall preference for environmentally friendly products, professional cleaning companies are looking for cleaning solutions that can both help their business be more sustainable, whilst also cutting costs, improving productivity and enhancing efficiency.
Chicopee, the leading brand of specialty cleaning materials, is constantly developing new cleaning products which are both environmentally friendly and durable, to meet the demands of the modern day cleaning company. One such product is the J-Cloth® 3000, a highly efficient and effective cleaning cloth, which is compostable and biodegradable.
Part of the successful J-Cloth® range, the cleaning cloth features all of the design and product features of the renowned J-Cloth® Lavette, including an open, wavy texture for efficient pick up of dirt. This texture also makes the cloth easy to rinse, ensuring it stays fresher for longer.
The J-Cloth 3000® has been independently tested by ISEGA for Food Contact Clearance (FCC) and can be used with cleaning agents without reducing its efficiency. It is available in five colours to support Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) regulations and prevent cross-contamination across different surfaces.
Although featuring many of the same benefits as the J-Cloth® Lavette, the J-Cloth®3000 is unique in that it is the first cloth tested by an external laboratory to be biodegradable and compostable, in accordance with DIN EN 13432 2000-12 standard, and carries the seeding logo, granted by DIN-Certco.
Perfect for industrial kitchens, caterers, hotels, restaurants, food processing environments and janitors, the J-Cloth® 3000 is the optimal green cleaning, sustainable and environmentally friendly solution, to help professional cleaning companies be ‘greener’.
European Cleaning Journal : September 2015 – http://www.europeancleaningjournal.com/magazine/editions/pdf/october-2015 (Page 49)