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How many organisations/clients currently utilise the service/solution across the UK?
Novozymes customers use enzymes as catalysts to manufacture a variety of everyday products across geographies.

Enzymes are used in the production of laundry or medical detergents where they help remove stains and soils while enabling low-temperature washing. They are also used in the production of sugar, beer, bread and ethanol.

Therefore our customer’s pool is wide, starting from detergent manufacturers up to bakeries across the UK.

Is there anything you would like to make delegates aware of ahead of the Infection Prevention & Control Conference?
When choosing a detergent for your hospital, make sure you inquire about enzyme dosage included in your product used as in order to get the full benefit of a medical cleaning detergent, it is necessary to have a proper dose of enzymes to effectively function under limited time constraints.

Enzymes are gentle on delicate medical instruments and devices. They are readily biodegradable and can deliver deep cleaning effects as opposed to many of the harsh chemicals often found in cleaning detergents.

What do you feel are the key points delegates need to digest when considering a partnership with your organisation?
As the global expert in enzymatic solutions actively engaged in developing the medical cleaning industry Novozymes is looking for partnerships to revolutionize the future of cleaning. Working with us you can expect to receive help from industry experts starting from our scientists support through regulatory advise up to marketing materials.

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