Biodegradable Wet Wipes

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Tesco will be the first retail store to cut sales of baby wipes containing plastic thanks to a decision that will become effective in March. Some Huggies and Pampers products are among those that will no longer be sold in Tesco retail stores across the U.K. starting March as part of a pledge to cut plastic consumption.

The decision to stop selling plastic wipes altogether follows the retailer’s decision to make its own-brand wipes plastic-free two years ago. Tesco’s store brand wipes contain plant-based viscose in place a petroleum-based plastic feedstock.

As the UK’s largest supplier of wet wipes, Tesco is currently responsible for selling 75 million packs a year, or more than 200,000 a day.

Tesco will continue to stock its own brand of plastic-free wipes and those manufactured by eco-friendly brands such as Waterwipes and Rascal + Friends. Tesco says it will also seek to make lavatory wipes plastic-free starting next month and its own brand of pet wipes will be plastic-free by the end of 2022.

“We have worked hard to remove plastic from our wipes as we know how long they take to break down,” says Tesco group quality directory Sarah Bradbury. “There is no need for wet wipes to contain plastic so from now on we will no longer stock them if they do.”

In addition to being plastic-free, Tesco’s moist toilet tissue wipes are certified and labelled as ‘fine to flush’. Non-flushable wipes stocked by the supermarket are clearly labelled as ‘do not flush’.
These efforts are part of Tesco’s 4Rs packaging strategy to tackle the impact of plastic waste. This means Tesco removes plastic where it can, reduces where it can’t, looks at ways to reuse more and recycles what’s left. Since the strategy started in August 2019, Tesco has reduced its packaging by 6000 tons, including the removal of 1.5 billion pieces of plastic. It has also launched a reusable packaging trial with Loop and launched soft plastic collection points in over 900 stores. 

That means either now or futher the Biodegradable Wet Wipes will be more and more popular.

So What is a biodegradable wet wipe?
A biodegradable wet wipe is one that will break down naturally once thrown away. This means it does not last for decades and it may not pose a pollution risk either in the short or long term.

Wet wipes manufacturing is advancing and improving all the time – not only to be able to provide a better quality product for suppliers and consumers but also to move in line with the times.

In recent years the long term sustainability of wet wipes has been called into question. But this is something leading wet wipe manufacturers have not shied away from answering or discussing. In fact, the discussion and the debate has spurred many of them to produce biodegradable wet wipes, some of which are also fully-flushable.

Wet wipes manufacturers are, for the most part, committed to finding ways, methods and developing new technologies to ensure that their products not only continue to protect the health of those who use them, but also are developed in-line with a commitment to a more sustainable future for everyone.

This includes, not only the development and production of new products, such as biodegradable wipes, but also involves a commitment to the entire product life cycle of their wet wipes. This means ingraining a commitment to sustainability in the entire production process, from the design to the product’s eventual end of life.

It also means investing in R&D facilities which are continually developing new technologies and wet wipes manufacturing processes.

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SourceNonwoven Biodegradable Wet Wipes ranges covers the baby wipes, pet wipes, household wipes and also the disinfectant wipes as well.

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