CSU and Asito use approximately 15 million disposable gloves annually. We are looking for sustainable alternatives for the disposable glove made from nitrile.
The cleaning company Asito is a nationwide family business and was founded in 1952. Asito is working in a broad range of sectors, of which education, healthcare, and mobility are the largest. From Asito’s vision to work together for a better living environment, the aspiration is to work fully circular by 2030.
CSU was founded in 1968 and is also active nationwide. CSU is a cleaning company that works in all sectors, of which government and education are the largest. As an innovative family business, it is in their origin to go for the long term and leave the world a better place for generations to follow. Cleaner, greener and more social.
CSU and Asito use approximately 15 million disposable gloves annually. They are looking for sustainable alternatives for the disposable glove made from nitrile. These gloves are used for safety and hygiene reasons. At the moment there are no sustainable alternatives available and there are no options for high-quality processing of the gloves. This is not only a challenge in the cleaning industry. In healthcare, they are also looking for sustainable alternatives.
To comply with the standards mentioned below, gloves are recommended by safety experts and hygienists:
-Protects against chemicals according to EN ISO 374-1/Type B and EN ISO 374-2.
-Protects against micro-organisms (bacteria and fungi) in accordance with EN ISO 374-5 The CE mark.