Aero Healthcare creates first natural fibre, biodegradable wipe

Launching the only natural fibre, biodegradable wipe that is enclosed in 100 per cent recyclable packaging; Aero Healthcare is leading the way for safety and the environment. The eco-friendly hand and surface wipes provide 99.99 per cent protection against bacteria and viruses, including Coronavirus; whilst also enabling full eco-friendly disposal of both the wipe and packaging. 

Made from compostable biodegradable fibres, Aero Healthcare's biodegradable wipes are tested to European Standard efficacies.  Covering bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal, chemical disinfectants and antiseptic abilities; the wipes provide a cost-effective single solution for protecting employees and helping the environment, whilst not compromising on safety.

Mark Gilmore, Managing Director of Aero Healthcare UK said, "in the midst of never-before-imagined circumstances, organisations have an opportunity to set a positive course.  More than ever, there is a need for an effective cleaning process at all times, not only for eliminating bacteria and viruses but also for reducing the risk of cross-contamination.

"Disposable products are the most effective way to achieve this but are not the most eco-friendly.  With our biodegradable wipes, there are no compromises on cleanliness, and they act positively to protect the environment."

The new antimicrobial wipes are gently fragranced and impregnated with anti-bacterial and virucidal lotion to give comprehensive protection.  And with a yearly estimate of 11 billion wipes being used in the UK prior to the COVID-19 pandemic; the market need has increased exponentially in the past months.

The antibacterial and anti-viral hand and surface wipes are keenly priced, durable for wide-range use, and environmentally friendly; with Aero Healthcare combining its renowned quality with cost-effective packages for wholesale and retail providers.  Further purchase incentives are also evident, with the ecologically sound wipes enabling ethical business practices to adhere to their corporate social responsibility pledges and recycling goals.

Tailored to suit multi-sector distributors and end-customer needs ranging from construction through to manufacturing, offices, and catering; the potential business gains are backed up with supply chain assurance. In addition, a comprehensive array of point of sale and information materials are teamed with a dedicated account handler, which provides a complete in-store and after-sales support service that can be relied upon.

The ecologically sound biodegradable wipes compliment Aero Healthcare's range of PPE products that include; AeroCleanse Sanitiser Disinfectant Spray, masks and diagnostic equipment.

For more information on Aero Healthcare's biodegradable wipes go to   https://marketing.aerohealthcare.co.uk/biodegradable-wipes-0, email sales@areohealthcare.co.uk or call 0845 604 8280.  

And, to find out more about Aero Healthcare's range of First Aid and Consumer Wound Care products, visit www.aero.heathcare.co.uk.

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