Insinc Products Ltd - Cleaning Products, Paper Towels, Disposable Cups, Toilet Paper 154376 https://www.insinc.co.nz en-nz Insinc Products Ltd 30 Why are paper towels so absorbent? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Why-are-paper-towels-so-absorbent The last time you spilled a drink, how did you clean it up? What about drying your hands? What did you use? Most likely you grabbed a paper towel. But how do they absorb moisture so efficiently? 047, 15 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Why-are-paper-towels-so-absorbent paper towels recycled paper What is recycled plastic used for? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/recycled-plastic-products Ever wondered what happens to that plastic bottle once you’ve tossed it in a recycling bin? Ever wondered what your jacket filling, outdoor furniture, decking, yoga mat, active wear, togs roading or toothbrush is made from? That’s right – if rinsed out properly, your recycling can be reincarnated. 046, 10 Nov 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/recycled-plastic-products recycled plastic ecoproducts How to recycle https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/How-to-recycle Do you need to rinse your recycling before putting it out for kerbside collection? 044, 26 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/How-to-recycle recycling Which disposable gloves? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Buy-disposable-gloves When choosing disposable gloves, the main issue to consider is the appropriacy for the task at hand, so we’ll look at what makes gloves different from each other and their advantages and disadvantages. 043, 18 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Buy-disposable-gloves gloves Talking toilet paper .... https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Talking-toilet-paper Not all toilet paper is created equal. We expect a lot from toilet paper. We need it to be strong, and soft, and comfortable, and we also expect it to vanish, forever, once it’s flushed. So why does some toilet paper float? 040, 28 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Talking-toilet-paper Guide to floor cleaning machine pads https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/floor-cleaning-machine-pads At Insinc, we offer a full range of floor cleaning machine pads. What you need at your business will depend on the floor finish and the depth of cleaning you need: stripping, cleaning, scrubbing, buffing, polishing or burnishing. Tell us what finish and what machine you have, and we will be able to provide you with recommendations on the best pad for the job. 039, 20 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/floor-cleaning-machine-pads floor cleaning pads floor pads floor cleaners Can I recycle my coffee cup? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Can-I-recycle-my-coffee-cup We shouldn’t “wish-cycle” our coffee cups away. Single-use coffee cups are not recyclable. Even PLA plastics cannot be recycled, so the many bio cups ending up in standard recycling bins render everything else unfit for recycling. 034, 16 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Can-I-recycle-my-coffee-cup PLA coffee cups https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/PLA-coffee-cups At Insinc, we sell catering disposables from a variety of plant-based materials. We use paper, board and pulp, but the big difference is we don’t use conventional plastics. We sell cups lined with a PLA coating. 033, 9 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/PLA-coffee-cups What is sugarcane food packaging? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/sugarcane-food-packaging If you’re passionate about sustainability and offering renewable, biodegradable products to your customers, sugarcane fibre packaging is a great choice. 030, 21 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/sugarcane-food-packaging bagasse ecofriendly packaging food packaging made from renewable sugarcane bagasse NZ's plastic ban - what does it mean for your business? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/plastic-ban It might be good for the planet, but what does New Zealand's single-use plastic ban mean for your business from a practical standpoint? 029, 13 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/plastic-ban single use plastic no to plastic Difference between commercial and retail cleaning products https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Difference-between-commercial-_-retail-cleaning-products Domestic and commercial cleaning products are designed to tackle very different jobs. It’s important to use the proper cleaning and disinfecting products to kill all dangerous germs and ensure the safety of staff and customers. 026, 24 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Difference-between-commercial-_-retail-cleaning-products Can I compost paper towels? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Can-I-compost-paper-towels Paper towels do come in very handy, but can you put them in your compost bin? The answer is generally yes, depending on what mess you’ve cleaned up with that paper towel. 025, 14 Jun 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Can-I-compost-paper-towels paper towels are a part of most of our everyday lives but can you put them in the compost bin Are paper bags better for the environment? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Are-paper-bags-better-for-the-environment This is not a straightforward question, and there are environmental pros and cons to the manufacture and use of brown paper bags over plastic bags. If you agree paper bags are better for the environment, see our range. 022, 28 May 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Are-paper-bags-better-for-the-environment How to choose the right size rubbish bag for your bin https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/choose-the-right-size-rubbish-bag You probably haven’t given that much thought to rubbish bin liners. But if your business is a large one, you will have lots of different-sized rubbish bins in a variety of places, and because what’s being thrown out can vary significantly, you will need a load of different bags to line them. But what size to choose? 021, 22 May 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/choose-the-right-size-rubbish-bag rubbish bags Can cellophane be composted? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/can-cellophane-be-composted An attractive option for brands wanting to go plastic-free, fully compostable cellophane allows business to display their goods at their best, and lets customers see their product before they buy. 018, 26 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/can-cellophane-be-composted What is oxygen bleach https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/What-is-oxygen-bleach Oxygenated bleach is a much gentler, chlorine-free, non-toxic, biodegradable alternative to traditional chlorine bleach that leaves no harmful by-products or ugly orange splotches on your favourite T-shirt or super expensive new towel. 015, 8 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/What-is-oxygen-bleach laundry cleaners Is it safe to freeze food in plastic containers https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/freezing-in-plastic Freaking out a bit about freezing food in plastic? Not to worry. The Insinc team has done some research to help debunk common freezer myths and allay all your fears. 013, 23 Mar 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/freezing-in-plastic frozen food freezer safe containers Hand washing tips https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/how-to-wash-your-hands-properly Here we go again. Back at lockdown level 3. So, what better time than a look at our first and possibly best line of defence against getting sick: how to wash your hands properly. 010, 4 Mar 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/how-to-wash-your-hands-properly What makes a good dishwashing detergent https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/good-dishwashing-detergent We think a quality washing up liquid should do the best for our planet as well as your plates. So what dishwashing detergent to choose? 009, 26 Feb 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/good-dishwashing-detergent How to get rid of bathroom smells https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/How-to-get-rid-of-bathroom-smells Want to know how to get rid of bathroom smells? Ask us. We'll help you bring some pleasant scents to your bathroom with our air fresheners and powerful, safe bio-enzymatic cleaners. Make stinky toilets a thing of the past. 008, 16 Feb 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/How-to-get-rid-of-bathroom-smells How do microfibre cloths work? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/How-do-microfibre-cloths-work Microfibre cleaning cloths are more hygienic, there is no need for expensive, damaging detergents and they can get things looking cleaner in a lot less time. Is it magic? 005, 28 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/How-do-microfibre-cloths-work cleaners Is plastic so bad? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Is-plastic-so-bad Could an end to plastic packaging actually be harming the environment even more? Let's talk about plastic! 004, 19 Jan 2021 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Is-plastic-so-bad What are eco friendly products? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/eco-friendly-products Environmental labels have a positive impact by identifying a product as being less harmful to the environment than other similar, yet unlabelled products. 051, 17 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/eco-friendly-products Biodegradable and compostable plastics https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/biodegradable-or-compostable-plastic We have made a commitment to protecting the environment & have sold disposable products for many years. We’ll help you come to terms with you the ins, outs, pros & cons of compostable and biodegradable plastics. 050, 7 Dec 2020 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/biodegradable-or-compostable-plastic bio plastics Commercial composting vs home composting https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/commercial-composting-vs-home-composting There are numerous terms used to describe how different packaging and materials break down. As a consumer I find it all a bit confusing, so let's peel back the layers so we can get to the core of the matter. 048, 27 Nov 2020 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/commercial-composting-vs-home-composting Why should I make my business green? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/advantages-of-going-green Do customers really want my business to be more environmentally focused? What is the advantage to me? Going green helps make your brand more attractive to potential customers and can encourage long-term sustainable changes and savings. 046, 12 Nov 2020 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/advantages-of-going-green Suck it up for the planet https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/eco-friendly-straws On a single day in 2018, volunteers around the world collected more than 3.6 million plastic straws and stirrers from beaches and waterways. Show your sustainability efforts. Eco-friendly straws let your customers know you're making an effort to leave a smaller footprint on Earth. 043, 23 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/eco-friendly-straws The biodegradable cutlery NZ will thank you for https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/biodegradable-cutlery-NZ There is no need to resort to using your fingers to reduce waste and save the Earth. At Insinc we're passionate about the environment & stockists of a biodegradable cutlery NZ food businesses proudly serve up to their customers. 042, 14 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/biodegradable-cutlery-NZ With compostable bin liners NZ businesses can make a difference https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/compostable-bin-liners-nz Where have all the old shopping bags gone? Banned long ago. So what do you do when it comes to lining your rubbish bin? We’ve discovered there is a better way when it comes to bin liners: compostable bin liners made out of cornstarch. 038, 18 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/compostable-bin-liners-nz ecofriendlyrubbish bagsplastic alternative Green your business https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/green-your-business Doing the right thing for the environment saves whales, saves your business money, and can add to the list of things that set you apart from your competition. On top of all that, taking eco-friendly steps that make a difference is actually a lot easier than you might think. 037, 8 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/green-your-business ecofriendly products Benefits of recycled paper https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/benefits-of-recycled-paper The benefits of recycled paper are far reaching. It's easier on the Earth to make toilet paper, tissues, serviettes and paper towels from paper than it is from trees. The trees saved from being flushed down the drain or tossed into landfills can be left in their place, absorbing CO2 and producing oxygen for the good of us all. 035, 25 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/benefits-of-recycled-paper recycled toilet paperrecycled tissues recycled serviettesrecycled paper towels Why use recycled toilet paper https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/recycled-toilet-paper Vast swathes of natural forest are cut down, only to be flushed away after a single use. We've decided to do something about that. Recycled paper at INSINC is on a roll with an increasing number of recycled toilet paper, tissues, serviettes and paper towels appearing on our shelves. If your business is already buying it, then well done, because you are making a difference. 034, 20 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/recycled-toilet-paper Paper towels come out top https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/paper-towels-come-out-on-top.html Research studies show that drying your hands with a clean, single-use hand towel may be the safest choice for reducing the risk of spreading germs. 027, 28 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/paper-towels-come-out-on-top.html covid19paper towelshygiene Enzyme based cleaners https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Enzyme-based-cleaners Cleaning with enzyme based cleaners. A safer and healthier alternative to toxic cleaners, solvents, caustics and bleaches, enzymatic cleaners are a fantastic all-purpose cleaner to eliminate smells, stains and grime. 022, 29 May 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Enzyme-based-cleaners nontoxic cleaner nonallergenic cleaner biodegradable cleaner environmentally friendly cleaner deodorising agent degreaser The importance of drying hands after washing https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/The-importance-of-drying-hands-after-washing Washing hands is important. Drying hands after washing is equally important. Always dry your hands, properly, after washing them. Help stop the spread of the virus. 022, 27 May 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/The-importance-of-drying-hands-after-washing hand washing hand driers hand soap Antiviral disinfectant nz https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/antiviral-disinfectant-nz.html Prevent the spread of COVID-19 with deep cleaning. We sell the type of antiviral disinfectant NZ cleaners use with confidence to keep our workplaces safe. 017, 22 Apr 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/antiviral-disinfectant-nz.html antiviral disinfectant Does Hand Sanitiser Work? Yes, When It’s Used Properly. https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/does-hand-sanitiser-work.html Does hand sanitiser work against Covid-19? Yes, it does. But, how it’s used is absolutely crucial to how well it works. You must use it properly. Here’s how.. 017, 22 Apr 2020 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/does-hand-sanitiser-work.html hand sanitiser hand sanitizer Ted-Ed - What really happens to the plastic you throw away? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850733 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850733 Not all Plastic is Recyclable https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850737 Article from National Geographic 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850737 You can't recycle dirty plastic https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850740 National Geographic article 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850740 Recycling plastic downgrades it's quality https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850741 National Geographic article 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850741 India recycles 60% of it's plastic waste https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850735 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850735 Coffee cups can't actually be recycled https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850739 National Geographic article 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850739 7 Things you didn't know about plastic and recycling - National Geographic article https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850736 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850736 Not all Plastic is created equal https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850738 National Geographic article 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850738 No7 Recyclable - the everything else category https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850743 National Geographic article 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850743 Glass and Metal can be recycled infefinitely https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850742 National Geographic article 051, 19 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/850742 Bamboo Food Packaging https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/803046 Food packaging made from rapidly renewable bamboo 037, 10 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/803046 Retail toilet rolls vs commercial https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/802049 What is the difference between toilet rolls purchased in a supermarket and commercial rolls? 035, 30 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/802049 Changing your workplace to green https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/799876 How can you make 'green' changes to your workplace? 033, 15 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/799876 Plastic, degradable, biodegradable or compostable https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/798443 How can you tell the difference between plastic, degradable, biodegradable or compostable bags? 031, 3 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/798443 Where is our recycling going? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/797004 This video shown on Sunday (TVNZ) 15/7/18 shows what is happening to our recycling here in NZ 029, 20 Jul 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/797004 Are Pasta Straws the way of the future https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/797005 Seven Sharp article on Pasta Straws (4/5/18) 029, 20 Jul 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/797005 Seven Sharp - plastic straws https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/797006 Seven Sharp discussing alternatives to plastic straws 029, 20 Jul 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/797006 Spot the difference - coffee cups https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/795500 Do you know how to spot the difference between compostable coffee cups and plastic lined cups? 028, 10 Jul 2018 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/795500 Biodegradable Straws https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/783694 Are you considering changing to using biodegradable straws? 013, 29 Mar 2018 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/783694 biodegradable straws Recycling soft plastic bags https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/752116 Do you have a soft plastic's recycling center near you? 033, 15 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/752116 Biodegradable Gloves https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/biodegradable_latex-gloves.html Are latex gloves biodegradable? 031, 4 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/biodegradable_latex-gloves.html Cleaning a fibrolite house https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/694889 Are you looking for a product to clean a fibrolite house? 037, 7 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/694889 Flushable paper towels https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/688240 Have you seen how quickly a flushable towel can fall apart? 031, 29 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/688240 Bamboo Food Trays https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/687312 Biodegradable food containers 031, 27 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/687312 Blocked toilets causing a problem? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/686477 Staff, customers and children often caused blocked toilets by flushing paper towels down them. 030, 19 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/686477 Volatile organic compounds: what they are and how to avoid them https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/673527 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). 017, 19 Apr 2016 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/673527 Beware: how toxic are your cleaning products? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/672538 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. 016, 14 Apr 2016 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/672538 The world of gloves: which type is the most suitable for your business? https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/670071 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! 014, 30 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/670071 Toilet paper through history https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/667409 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. 012, 14 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/667409 Why you should know about bagasse products https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/665947 If you run a business and you often need disposable food service products – this post is for you. 011, 7 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/665947 How to prevent pollution in our waterways https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/prevent-pollution-in-waterways.html 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. 010, 1 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/prevent-pollution-in-waterways.html preventing pollution in waterways Why we should switch to PLA (corn starch plastic) https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/663468 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. 009, 22 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/663468 Why we should use biodegradable cups https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/why-use-biodegradable-cups.html 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. 008, 15 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/why-use-biodegradable-cups.html Toilet paper and the environment https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/660907 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? 007, 9 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/660907 Paper towels and their effect on the environment https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/660252 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. 006, 5 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/660252 Distinguishing Between Degradable, Biodegradable & Compostable Plastic https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/657602 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. 005, 25 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/657602 Plastic bags: the enemies of the environment https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/656299 Between 500 billion to a trillion plastic bags are used worldwide each year – how does this sound? 004, 18 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/656299 Disinfectants https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/655376 Disinfectants: The How’s And Why’s Of A Clean Environment 003, 12 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/655376 Recycled Vs. Regular Paper https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/652957 What is the difference between regular and recycled paper? 052, 22 Dec 2015 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/652957 Septic tank smells https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/652189 Does your septic tank smell? 051, 15 Dec 2015 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/652189 Phosphates https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/what-are-phosphates.html Phosphates 101: don’t play with fire 050, 10 Dec 2015 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/what-are-phosphates.html phosphates phosphates in dishwashing detergents Organic Cleaner https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/626635 Are you looking for an organic certified cleaner with food safety approval? 030, 22 Jul 2015 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/626635 Cigarette Odour in cars https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/cigarette-odour-in-cars.html Have you bought a car that smells of cigarette smoke? 030, 22 Jul 2015 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/cigarette-odour-in-cars.html White Hot Cups Biodegradable https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/595842 I get a lot of enquiries from people looking for biodegradable hot cups that are white and therefore suitable for your own logo 008, 17 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/595842 Biodegradable cups and the sun https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/PLA-Cups-sunlight.html Will your PLA cups survive in the sun? 047, 18 Nov 2014 00:00:00 +1300 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/PLA-Cups-sunlight.html Ice Maker https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Ice_Maker-Slime.html Do you have an Ice Maker that gets a build up of slime? 035, 29 Aug 2014 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Ice_Maker-Slime.html Uni-Pak https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Uni-Pak_carbon_neutral_packaging_supplies.html Congratulations to Uni-Pak who have just received Carbon Neutral certification! 035, 29 Aug 2014 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.insinc.co.nz/blog/Uni-Pak_carbon_neutral_packaging_supplies.html