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  • The future of coffee cups: plastic free
    As more and more people strive to reduce their reliance on plastic, the market for plastic-free coffee cups is growing. These cups are made from paper, and they are coated with a water-based dispersion barrier. This barrier helps to keep liquids from seeping through, making them ideal for coffee. Plus, they are fully compostable, so they won't end up polluting the environment.
    Posted: Friday 12 August 2022
  • Sugarcane food packaging: the perfect eco-friendly alternative to plastic
    Sugarcane food packaging is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic and paper packaging.
    Posted: Thursday 28 July 2022
  • The benefits of phasing out hard-to-recycle and single-use plastics
    The phasing out of hard-to-recycle and single-use plastics is an important step in protecting our environment. It will help to reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfill, and will also reduce the amount of plastic pollution that harms our wildlife.
    Posted: Thursday 21 July 2022
  • Plastic Free July: a worldwide movement that helps people reduce their plastic waste.
    The campaign runs throughout July, but you can start your journey to being plastic free any time of year. Whether you give up single-use plastics for July, or make small changes all year round, every step counts.
    Posted: Thursday 21 July 2022
  • The benefits of recycling aluminium foil
    Aluminium foil is a thin sheet of aluminium that is frequently used in food packaging.
    Posted: Thursday 14 July 2022
  • The power of enzymes: why they're great for keeping your drains clear
    If you've ever tried to clear a blocked drain, you know how frustrating it can be. You pour chemicals down the drain, only to have the problem come back a few days later. Enzymes are a safe and effective way to clean drains and keep them clear. Here's how they work.
    Posted: Thursday 14 July 2022
  • Most paper towels are not recyclable
    Paper towels are often seen as a recyclable product. They are made of paper, after all. Yet, soiled paper towels are only suitable for recycling as food waste - not paper waste.

    In this post, we will explore why that is and what you can do about it.
    Posted: Thursday 14 July 2022
  • Many Benefits of Using Recycled Paper Towels
    If you are looking for a way to reduce your environmental impact, switching to recycled paper towels is a great option. Recycled paper towels are made from post-consumer waste. This means that they are manufactured from materials that have already been used once. This helps reduce the amount of waste produced each year, and it also helps conserve resources.

    In this blog post, we will discuss some of the many benefits of using recycled paper towels!
    Posted: Tuesday 28 June 2022
  • Nitrile Glove Benefits
    Nitrile gloves are used across many industries to protect hands against chemicals, punctures and pathogens.
    Posted: Thursday 16 June 2022
  • Sustainable Food Packaging - What It Is, How it's Made, and Where it Comes from
    Sustainable food packaging is an important issue for many reasons. We are facing a global crisis in overproduction and waste, and this affects our environment, economy, and health.
    Posted: Friday 10 June 2022
  • Recycled Toilet Paper: The New Trend for Eco-Friendly Products
    Recycling toilet paper has become increasingly popular in recent years
    Posted: Thursday 9 June 2022
  • How to clean a floor
    At Insinc, we sell floor cleaners for all commercial situations, and we specialise in environmentally friendly floor cleaning products. If you are concerned about damage to your polished floors, waxed floors, or laminated flooring, we can help
    Posted: Wednesday 18 May 2022
  • Deodourisers - how do they work?
    How do odour neutralisers work? A look at bio-enzymatic cleaners vs air fresheners.
    Posted: Thursday 5 May 2022
  • What do the bubbles in our dishwashing liquids actually do?
    Bubbles: are they all style and no substance? Do we need them in our dishwashing liquids? Are they safe?
    Posted: Friday 29 April 2022
  • Are recycled paper towels as absorbent?
    Is a recycled paper towel as absorbent as a paper towel made from the pulp of a tree chopped down specifically to be made into a single use item that we can throw away after drying out hands or cleaning up a mess.
    Posted: Thursday 14 April 2022

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