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Cascades’ latest clean sweep (August 01, 2010)

KINGSEY FALLS, QC -- The anti- bacterial paper towel Cascades has been busily working to develop for five years is launching at an opportune time. In the aftermath of H1N1 where concern over the sprea...


August 1, 2010
By Pulp & Paper Canada

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KINGSEY FALLS, QC — The anti- bacterial paper towel Cascades has been busily working to develop for five years is launching at an opportune time. In the aftermath of H1N1 where concern over the spread of germs remains high, the paper company’s latest offering is specifically designed to slash the amount of bacteria transmitted by hand contact.

The towel is targeted towards the food-processing and restaurant sectors, as well as high-traffic areas including aircraft and cruise ships, medical clinics, schools, and daycares. It will be green in colour.

“This innovation responds to a need for improved hand hygiene that is frequently cited by public health experts in recent years,” CEO Alain Lemaire said of the paper.

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