PDI Healthcare Launches Super Sani-Cloth® Wipes in a New Portable Package

New package format, ideal for daily use in fast-paced environments, saves 80% in packaging.

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Super Sani Cloth Softpack Launch

PDI Healthcare, a global provider of infection prevention products and solutions, announced the launch of a new softpack format for its Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal Disposable Wipes. The new Super Sani-Cloth Wipes Softpack provides greater flexibility and reduced overall waste footprint¹. The new package is designed with ease of use and portability at the forefront and contains 80 wipes per pack allowing for multiple applications.

Most notably, the Super Sani-Cloth Softpack contains 80% less plastic than the company’s traditional Large Canister formats¹.  According to a 2019 JAMA study, “Waste in the US Health Care System,” the cost of waste in the U.S. healthcare system ranges from $760 billion to $935 billion annually, while 85% of the total waste generated by healthcare activities is general, non-hazardous waste.

“PDI’s goal is to prevent healthcare-associated and community-acquired infections through innovative and sustainable infection prevention products,” said Earl Adamy, senior director of marketing, environment of care. “The new Super Sani-Cloth Softpack demonstrates PDI’s commitment to sustainability by reducing the amount of packaging waste that impacts our environment.”

Super Sani-Cloth wipes are effective against over 30 microorganisms3, including SARS-CoV-2, in a 2-minute contact time. Designed for daily use and environments that require short contact times and broad coverage, Super Sani-Cloth wipes are compatible with over 560 devices and surfaces4 and meet CDC, OSHA and infection control guidelines.

The expansion of the Super Sani-Cloth Wipes product family is part of PDI’s ongoing commitment to offer customers a layered approach for effective infection prevention that features proven products, technologies, and education.

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