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‘Mission Green Clean’

07 July 2011

Eco-Works expand their range of green probiotic based cleaning products. Eco-Works, a biologicals company based in Bath, have released details of their new expanded range of green cleaning products that are suitable for environmentally conscious cleaning and Facility Management companies.

Mission Green Clean’ is the title of their range of probiotic based cleaning products developed for all areas of daily office and industrial cleaning.

"Less is more," said Scott Johnston, Director of Eco-Works. "There is an unhealthy number of manufacturers and suppliers of cleaning products selling liquids that are simply not necessary. Our range of chemical free green cleaning products is all that is required to effectively clean and maintain a facility. Four products - not 40 are all that is required"

Eco-Works develop and produce a range of green cleaning products, which use gram positive probiotic bacteria to do the hard work. Working in much the same way as the friendly bacteria found in natural yoghurt drinks, Eco-Works probiotic products are free of harsh chemicals, safe to use, require zero to minimal COSHH and are fully REACH compliant.

Their new brochure titled "mission green clean" is available as a download from the home page of www.eco-works.co.uk or by email on: info@eco-works.co.uk

www.missiongreenclean.com


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