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With a business model that contributes to minimising pollution and its impact on the environment at every stage, Delphis Eco perfectly complements Cookery School’s commitment to sustainability.
From 1st June 2015 all chemical manufacturers will have to label their products according to the new Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). It is implemented in the EU via the Classification, Labelling and Packaging Regulation (CLP), where previously chemical products were regulated in the UK under CHIP.
Under the new GHS red diamond shaped Hazard Pictograms will replace the traditional orange square Hazard Symbols. Signal words such as Danger…
Following our successful participation in the UKTI’s 'Great Festival of Creativity’ in Shanghai, 2 – 4 March 2015, Delphis Eco were invited to Downing Street to discuss further opportunities. CEO Mark Jankovich couldn’t resist a photo in front of the famous No.10 door!
As a proudly ‘made in Britain’ business, we love to hear from businesses benefiting from using the Delphis Eco product range. These partnerships are not only fantastic for the UK economy, but also lessen carbon footprints through buying products manufactured locally and decreasing transport emissions. ‘Green’ business models are becoming more common place, which is particularly important within all industries using cleaning chemicals, as well as within our homes. Keith Bushnell, of ‘Ovenz’ in Basingstoke,…
Delphis Eco will be participating in the UKTI’s “Great Festival of Creativity’, 2 – 4 March 2015 Shanghai, amongst fellow Royal Warrant Holders and HRH The Duke of Cambridge. Not only will these events showcase British creativity and innovation but also develop better understanding and dialogue between global enterprises. We hope to better establish our growing presence in Asia, in line with our recent achievements in China and Taiwan.
We’ve created a new 200ml Hand Sanitiser bottle. It’s supplied empty and can be used again and again by refilling it from our 5ltr Hand Sanitiser. The bottle dispenses instant foam to create an invigorating, luxurious and fun user experience, whilst reducing the amount of plastic going to landfill.
Our anti-microbial and alcohol free Hand Sanitiser has been formulated to focus on hygiene where infection through cross contamination is…
Delphis Eco has opened its first retail shop in Cape Town, South Africa, making our ecological cleaning products are now readily available to all.
Delphis Eco's CEO, Mark Jankovich, has been asked to present at 3663 Southern Conference. Mark will address 145 representatives about sustainability and how the Delphis Eco range is the perfect solution for 3663's catering focussed clients.
Lexington Catering switches to Delphis Eco for their prestigious Jones Day law firm account.
RSPB have chosen Delphis Eco as their cleaning product of choice. We're busy carrying out site surveys in all their catering venues so they can make the switch and go green.
Today we're at 3663 Birmingham depot for their 2014 Christmas Expo. We're looking forward to meeting many suppliers to introduce them to our ecological cleaning products.
I have a Safari lodge situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, Zambezi Valley in Zimbabwe. I have two septic tanks situated at the main lodge, four septic tanks with soak away in the Zambezi Valley and three at my house in Harare. The septic tanks are all standard sizes; 3m long x 2m wide x 3m deep and waste flows from these into a soak away in the ground.
In 2012 we had a…
Delphis Eco talks all things Chemicals with Michael Blunden, the Saint Hill Manor Buildings Manager
We changed over to Delphis Eco in 2010 on the basic cleaning products, multi purpose, Antibacterial cleaner and washing up liquid. A year after that we moved onto the masonry and…
Our 3* Site Give Their Views on the Delphis Eco Product Range
Earlier this year the Bartlett Mitchell site OfGem became the first site to obtain 3* Accreditation from the Sustainable Restaurant Association. This was a fantastic reward for both Bartlett Mitchell and OfGem for their concerted effort to be more sustainable. We too would like to think we helped as through using our range of Ecological Cleaning Chemicals OfGem were able to tick…
Delphis Eco is please to release our third edition COSHH Booklet. It contains safety data sheets for seventeen Delphis Eco products and includes wall charts and certificates...all in one handy A5 booklet, perfect for your next EHO visit!
Copies are available for £5 each on request, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, address, contact phone number and quantity required. Alternatively, download your copy for free.
Trial of Delphis Eco Bio Fizzy Tablets at HMP Liverpool
“Following our trial of Delphis Eco Bio Fizzy Tablets I can now inform you of the results. The product itself is very good. There has been a considerable difference in the amount of food, in particular fatty deposits, present in the drains since we have been using Delphis Eco Bio Fizzy Tablets. The drains appear to be clearer and the need for an external drain…
John Burnet Halls at the University of St. Andrews were the first of several halls of residence that were quick to trial the Delphis Eco range. As a Green Tourism Gold accredited business they were keen to find a sustainable chemical supplier. On completion of the initial COSHH training Lesley Wilson the deputy residential manager of John Burnet Halls asked if Delphis Eco could solve her ‘black tramlines’ in the carpet?
Within a week…
We have been very pleased to work with the Greening Business Programme in tandem with the Merton Chamber of Commerce. They provided a specially trained Greening Business Advisor who came in to help us move in the right direction towards obtaining ISO14001 accreditation.
As a company, Delphis Eco have the environment at our core and we have always gone to great lengths to make all our business processes as ecologically beneficial as possible. The Adviser has…
Bartlett Mitchell are a contract catering company with 70 sites in London and the South East, serving over 25,000 meals a day.
As members of the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA), they identified cleaning products as having a negative impact on the environment and so set about listing the criteria they wanted to achieve.
The new cleaning products had to be: