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DTK Help to Prevent Cross-Contamination.

As readers will be the first to appreciate, processing plants need to avoid the threat of cross-contamination at all costs.

To this end, a range of hygiene products, developed by EcoTech (Europe) and Marketed by DTK Ltd of Adelaide Mill, Gold Street, Oldham, tel:0161-627 5268, has just been launched.

This complementary range includes EcoPrope antibacterial surface wipes, EcoProbe temperature probe wipes, the EcoProbe hard sanitizer and the Envirolite plus wiping cloth.

They tell us all four provide hygiene in use linked to economy and environmental safety in disposal.

The non woven wipes are impregnated with a synergistic blend of bactericides, surfactants and alcohol, and they are provided in easy-to-use tubs or bucket dispensers that hold 200, 400, 500 or 800 wipes. The Envirolite Plus is a standard non woven 100% viscose wiper that comes in the traditional wavy blue and white pattern, to make is instantly recognisable.
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Title Annotation:food sanitation
Publication:Food Trade Review
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:4E
Date:Mar 1, 2000
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