Insinc Products Blog

  • Blocked toilets causing a problem?
    Staff, customers and children often caused blocked toilets by flushing paper towels down them.
    Posted: Tuesday 19 July 2016
  • Volatile organic compounds: what they are and how to avoid them
    There are so many things that can potentially harm our quality of life, that sometimes we become overwhelmed and stop being concerned with it. It’s a nice feeling to not be bothered by anything, but it’s also extremely dangerous – especially when it comes to VOC (volatile organic compounds).
    Posted: Tuesday 19 April 2016
  • Beware: how toxic are your cleaning products?
    We all use cleaning products – that’s a fact. The problem is that we probably have tons of products lying around the house or our offices that are a lot more toxic than we ever imagined.
    Posted: Thursday 14 April 2016
  • The world of gloves: which type is the most suitable for your business?
    Many industries and institutions require the usage of gloves for protection - hospitals, food preparation venues, tattoo studios, police work – the list is long. Since there’s a big chance your business is part of that list – we decided to give you some insight into the different options you have to help you decide on the most suitable one for you!
    Posted: Wednesday 30 March 2016
  • Toilet paper through history
    Toilet paper – something we rarely give a second thought to, and yet something we can barely live without. If we were there before it was first invented, we would probably be shocked by how things turned out today.
    Posted: Monday 14 March 2016
  • Why you should know about bagasse products
    If you run a business and you often need disposable food service products – this post is for you.
    Posted: Monday 7 March 2016
  • How to prevent pollution in our waterways
    Water pollution is extremely harmful not only to us, but also to animals and water life. It leads to the disruption of food chains, diseases and even destruction of whole ecosystems.
    Posted: Tuesday 1 March 2016
  • Why we should switch to PLA (corn starch plastic)
    Last blog we talked about the benefits of using biodegradable cups – now we want to mention something very relevant: polylactic acid or, as people usually call it, corn starch plastic.
    Posted: Monday 22 February 2016
  • Why we should use biodegradable cups
    We toss billions of disposable cups into the trash each year, and what happens to them afterwards is not a secret: they end up at the landfill where they remain for years.
    Posted: Monday 15 February 2016
  • Toilet paper and the environment
    Did you know that according to the Natural Resources Defense Council if every American family replaced just one regular toilet paper roll with recycled paper, we would save 420 000 trees?
    Posted: Tuesday 9 February 2016
  • Paper towels and their effect on the environment
    When we think about paper towels, we don’t really think too much. They’re just there: in our kitchen, in our office, in our school, in our bathroom, in the restaurant we always visit and even in our car. Their main advantage is that they have so many different uses, but it turns out – this can also be a drawback.
    Posted: Friday 5 February 2016
  • Distinguishing Between Degradable, Biodegradable & Compostable Plastic
    Plastic comes in three forms and sometimes people tend to get confused – which is completely understandable. It’s important to comprehend how these terms are similar and also – how they differ, so we can apply the knowledge to our daily lives and benefit the environment.
    Posted: Monday 25 January 2016
  • Plastic bags: the enemies of the environment
    Between 500 billion to a trillion plastic bags are used worldwide each year – how does this sound?
    Posted: Monday 18 January 2016
  • Disinfectants
    Disinfectants: The How’s And Why’s Of A Clean Environment
    Posted: Tuesday 12 January 2016
  • What is the difference between regular and recycled paper?
    Posted: Tuesday 22 December 2015

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