Environmental Science Limited (ESL) Restructures Its Business To Launch Unique And Effective Palm Tree Foaming Hand Sanitisers
Environmental Science Ltd based in March, Cambridgeshire was originally set up in 1994 and has focused primarily on the authoring of Safety Data and Workplace Activity Safety Protection (WASP) Sheets, identifying chemical hazards and providing on-site COSHH monitoring, LEV testing and risk assessment services.
This core activity will continue, however due partly to the changed circumstances brought about by Covid-19, the company has made the decision to significantly expand and restructure the business. ESL has built and established trusted relationships within the UK chemical industry over the last 25 years, therefore it is a natural progression for the business to move into the development, manufacture, and distribution of hygiene products. These will include hand sanitisers, sprays, medicated soaps, surface and floor wipes and disinfectants.
To facilitate these new product lines, a new business entity is being created with the name “Environmental Science Hygiene Ltd”, and the existing company is renamed as “Environmental Science Group”. Their new website is: www.envsciencegroup.com
One factor behind the change of direction for the business is that some products are being very hastily marketed during this pandemic; therefore they do not perform as efficiently as may be implied. By contrast, the team at Environmental Science are committed to producing high quality products that are both safe and effective. They also feel it is important to provide complete transparency by supplying the relevant GHS Safety Data Sheets, Product Labels, Product Information Sheets, etc.
Our Palm Tree Foaming Hand Sanitiser is unique and different from other current products for the following reasons:
· The alcohol is naturally sourced and distilled from the sap of palm trees.
· The palm trees are not damaged in the extraction process, so the product is both sustainable and eco-friendly.
· Unlike most other sources of Ethanol, by tapping into an existing resource it means that valuable agricultural land can be used for food production instead.
· The foaming action is preferred by the healthcare sector over gel-based products.
· The alcohol content is in excess of 60% as recommended by the World Health Organisation.
· Conforms to the European Standard EN1276.
For further information, please contact:
Mr. Simon Jeffs, Environmental Science Group Ltd
3 Station Approach, March, Cambridgeshire PE15 8SJ
Tel: +44 (0) 1354 653 222
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.envsciencegroup.com