Bacoban® News​

Bacon disinfectant spray bottle made in Canada

Made in Canada: Creative Products for Your Home

Indigenous-owned NanoNation is making a name for itself for its patented products and process that protect businesses from pathogens like COVID-19.

The company is now offering Bacoban, a made-in-Ontario solution to bring the same cleaning power to homes. Bacoban disinfectant wipes and spray are water-based with no harsh odours, yet they are effective at cleaning and disinfecting hard, non-porous surfaces. They’ve been used in health-care and other markets in Europe for more than 15 years.

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Household Cleaning Products

Why VOCs in Cleaning Products are Bad

Awareness of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) has increased over the last few years, but there is still a lot of disinformation online.  Yes, VOCs are real.  Yes, they can harm your health.  But you can take reasonable measures to reduce or completely remove exposure to the most harmful ones. This article will explain what these compounds are, the risks, and what you can do to protect yourself.

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Alberta Innovates

Voran Group CEO Chelsey Reschke Joins the Alberta Innovates Board!

Kudos to Chelsey Reschke, a 2014 YWE Award Winner, for recently joining the Alberta Innovates Board! Alberta Innovates supports the entire innovation spectrum in Alberta – providing funding programs, advice, connections, technical expertise and applied research services to stimulate and grow research and innovation across the province.

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Canadian disinfectant spray

Conscious Canadian-made Products For a Fresher Life

As vaccines continue to roll out across the province, people are starting to think about the world outside of their homes. To feel safer engaging, shopping or eating in the world outside their front door, many people carry hand sanitizers and disinfectants.

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Bacoban is approved By Boeing and Airbus

Bacoban and Airline Innovation

Private Jet Companies Innovate As COVID-19 Coronavirus Disrupts The Worldwide Travel Industry Forbes travel writer, Doug Gollan, shares how private aviation companies are taking

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