The importance of cleanliness and sanitization is paramount in every public washroom space; however, we believe this standard is not upheld all the time. Do you know what bathroom disposal is most likely to be unlined? Feminine hygiene disposals. Having these feminine hygiene disposals unlined not only creates an unsightly mess, but also health and safety risks for the individuals using it and the janitorial staff servicing it.
Frost is proud to announce our new code: 621-P disposable high-density polyethylene liner for use with our feminine hygiene receptacles. Frost made this change because the new 621-P is much better suited across our family of products for a variety of reasons.
The new 621-P fits in all feminine hygiene receptacles that Frost offers (codes: 620, 622, 625, 633-2, 640, 641), whereas the old wax paper bags do not fit in all receptacles. With a liner that is better suited for the receptacle this results in improved hygiene and safety for individuals opening the receptacle and janitorial staff accessing it. The transparent colour of the feminine hygiene disposal bags helps to protect janitorial staff as there is less risk of needle sticks when emptying the liner, and the more versatile liner will contain all waste which prevents disease transmission from bloodborne pathogens. The HDPE material is also much stronger than the wax paper bags and less prone to rip and break.
From a cost perspective, this change provides a lot of benefits as a better fitting liner will result in less waste being flushed down the toilet which eliminates unnecessary plumbing costs; and with the shipping weight being approximately 38% less, distributors will save on shipping costs. Moreover, the HDPE bags are far more of a sustainable solution to wax paper bags as well, as High Density material sends 50% less material weight to landfills than a wax paper bag. Frost is proud to offer this improved solution to our customers and it is now available in stock.
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