Category: Cromwell News

31 Mar

Cromwell’s “EaZee” answer to waste

Cromwell Polythene has added a handy dispenser pack to its Professional range of refuse sacks for the away from home cleaning and janitorial market. Named ‘EaZee’, the cardboard carton has a perforated lid, which minimises wastage and allows easier and quicker dispensing of individual sacks. Containing 200 of Cromwell’s own ensa™ brand sacks, tested to

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04 Aug

Antimicrobial bin liners make their debut

Leeds based Cromwell Polythene is adding to its wide range of waste management products with the launch of Sansafe™ antimicrobial and scented liners, ideal for feminine hygiene and other sanitary waste. Manufactured with a unique blend of bactericides and fungicides, added during the film extrusion process, the bags provide powerful round-the-clock protection against harmful bacteria

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21 Jul

Cromwell goes for a new line up

Cromwell Polythene is re-launching its extensive range of pedal, square and swing bin liners as part of a deliberate policy to distance itself from those unbranded ‘brown box’ products, which are often manufactured to a lesser specification. The company has introduced three distinct brand groups – ‘Coral’, ‘Pearl’ and ‘Oyster’ – which, between them, cater

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23 Jun

Cromwell extends Wave range

Cromwell Polythene has extended the range of products sold under its own Wave brand with the introduction of water-soluble strip laundry bags and disposable aprons. The two new products complement the company’s Wave branded latex-free, disposable examination gloves for professional use. Hygienic and cost-effective, for the safe containment of soiled linen, Wave water-soluble strip laundry

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17 Feb

Cromwell enjoys bumper sales for Ecopond

Cromwell Polythene, the leading independent supplier of recycling and waste management products, sold more than 33 million Ecopond® compostable bags in its first full year as UK distributor for the brand. Sales in November alone exceeded £250,000, boosted by the company’s appointment to two potentially lucrative frameworks – Scotland Excel and the Eastern Shires Purchasing

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19 Aug

100,000 cans in the bag

A public-spirited Leicester man, who began collecting aluminium cans for recycling less than three years ago, is within sight of his target of 100,000 cans by the end of this year. Though “passionate about the environment”, 40 year-old Adrian Ablett’s original inspiration came from supermarket giant Tesco, which launched an initiative to reward customers who

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