Meiko has launched its own range of chemicals globally through a partnership with ECOLAB, the world leader in water, hygiene and infection prevention.
“This is a unique partnership that brings together two global experts in their fields,” says Meiko UK MD Paul Anderson.
“The MEIKO ACTIVE range has been designed by Meiko, using ECOLAB’s expertise, to provide our customers with the sparkling warewashing results they expect, but using the most sustainable formulations possible.
“Hygiene – especially inactivating Covid and the other food poisoning bugs – is top priority. Our goal is to offer the complete package of machine, chemicals and service to consistently achieve this, providing the customer with absolute peace of mind.
“With modern innovations such as integral reverse osmosis – invented by Meiko Germany and which minimises the use of detergents especially – dishwash chemicals must work harder than ever. Our partnership with ECOLAB also ensures that they can also work more sustainably than ever.
“With the launch of our ecologically aware range of chemicals, now we and our customers both know that we’re doing our bit to help the environment.”
The MEIKO ACTIVE range minimises the use of chlorine and phosphates as far as possible and it also does not use EDTA or NTA.
Meiko has also designed the MEIKO ACTIVE ECO range of detergents and rinse aid to satisfy the demand for the most sustainable products.
MEIKO ACTIV ECO does not use chlorine, phosphates or other harsh contaminants such as NTA and EDTA. It has also achieved the coveted Nordic Swan accreditation, setting the gold standard for ecologically sensitive warewashing.
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