Tips for green cleaning
Choose eco-friendly ingredients
All our eco-friendly cleaning products are made by carefully selected ingredients with a low environmental impact.
Use existing bottles
Our eco capsules can be used in any trigger spray bottle. Give a second chance to your old bottles and put an end to the old fashioned one-single use bottle concept.
Care about carbon footprint
Our “just add water” eco capsules help reduce the carbon footprint related to transport, distribution, recycling and water redistribution, making them truly environmentally friendly products.
Avoid unnecessary packaging
The small size of our eco capsules allows to minimize the materials used for packaging, leading in a considerable reduction in package waste.
Swap disposable for reusable
The refill eco capsules system replaces old concept of disposable spray bottles, favouring of sustainable and reusable packaging that can be refilled and reuse.
Select recyclable products
All our eco-friendly cleaning products are made by sustainable and biodegradable ingredients with a low environmental impact.
News & Posts
Come join us at our stand B23 at The Cleaning Show, London, This year we will be exhibiting at one of the biggest professional cleaning exhibitions in Europe! The Cleaning Show takes place at the ExCel, London from the 19th till the 21st of April. Come along and have a chat with the team!
EU proposes ban on straws and other single-use plastics, BBC news, 28 May 2018
New labelling helps UK shoppers avoid plastic packaging, The Guardian, 16 May 2018
Companies sign up to pledge to cut plastic pollution, BBC News, 26 April 2018
UK supermarkets launch voluntary pledge to cut plastic packaging, The Guardian, 26 April 2018
UK retailers ‘will not suffer financial losses’ from bottle deposit scheme, The Guardian, 26 April 2018
How thinking outside the box can beat blight of plastic packaging, The Times, 23 April 2018
Our aim is to change the history of plastic, says compostable packaging creator, The Press and Journal, 19 March 2018
It’s easier than you think to say no to plastic, The Times, 03 January 2018