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Kathy Bowry writes: I apologise for the lack of news recently but please bear with me as I gear up to rectify this over the next few weeks. 

25 September 2020

STCC Reader Offer: 10% off Aquapak’s soluble laundry bags

LCN is delighted to be teaming up with Aquapak Polymers to offer our readers an exclusive 10% discount on fully-soluble

laundry bags made from HydropolTM.

Designed to support and strengthen your Covid-19 hygiene plans and laundry protocols, HydropolTM laundry bags are

strong and reduce the dwell time of pathogens. They are put directly into washing machines thereby eliminating the need

to empty traditional linen bags.  By dissolving fully on a 70C wash they minimise they risk of cross-contamination from

infected laundry whilst leaving no residue in machines or on washed items. They are safe for the environment too as

Hydropol is inherently biodegradable, non-toxic and marine-safe. 

Aquapak Polymers is offering this exclusive reader discount In conjunction with their British manufacturing partner,

Echo Packaging.

Click here to claim your code


• Aquapak CEO Mark Lapping has joined the Sustainability in Textile Care Committee and you can find out more about him

and his passion for promoting environmental practices by visiting STCC Committee Members page.

3 September 2020

Vision Support Services launches new sustainable textiles brand

The new September-launched ecopure product range from Vision Support Services offers everything required to produce a complete and eco-friendly guest room from duvets to pillows, to flat bed linen, towels, bathrobes and slippers, said the company.

One of the biggest trends in hospitality for 2020 is that of the eco-conscious guest, said Vision, with the current spotlight on climate change making hotel guests increasingly aware of environmental responsibility. Research published reveals that 60% of travellers who are loyal to a hotel brand say that the brand's corporate responsibility is a key factor in their loyalty.

According to Vison, the world is now listening and reacting to the negative impact and implications of human consumption on the planet. This clear eco movement is now touching all industry sectors, and the results can be seen across the global hospitality brands.

21 November 2019


Coca-Cola replaces plastic wrap on multipacks with new cardboard technology

20 November 2019

Electrolux survey shows consumers “want sustainable alternative”

29 October 2019


Absolut, Coca-Cola, L’Oreal Join Carlsberg’s Efforts to Improve, Scale Paper Bottles

11 October 2019

Launch of Sustainability Plan 2050

9 October 2019

Give single-use plastic a second life

25 September 2019

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