HELIOS donates disinfectant for surfaces and hands in Slovenia
Contribution to local community and industrial development
2020/05/29 | Slovenia
As the outbreak of coronavirus is majorly affecting the entire health system as well the global economy, HELIOS has offered help to several organizations in the local environment crucial for curbing the spread of the coronavirus. HELIOS has provided two effective disinfectant solutions in the shortest possible time: a disinfectant for hands and surfaces based on ethanol and a disinfectant for surfaces based on hydrogen peroxide.
In spring, HELIOS’s companies donated more than 1,200 liters of HELIOS disinfectant for hands and surfaces in convenient half-liter packaging to schools, kindergartens, health centres, nursing homes and other institutions in Slovenia. Disinfectants were handed over by the directors of individual companies to the commanders of the municipal headquarters of the Civil Protection in Domžale, Medvode and Kamnik. The disinfectant was also provided to the members of volunteer fire brigades PGD Podgorica-Šentjakob and PGD Nadgorica, who are important members of the communities helping many institutions within their local environment.
Company Belinka Perkemija donated 10,000 liters of Belox HP6 disinfectant to the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief. The disinfectant based on hydrogen peroxide was used for disinfection of containers and tents serving as entry points for the patients with suspected coronavirus infection within the Slovenian healthcare network. Belinka Perkemija is one of the few European producers of hydrogen peroxide, a chemical, which in proper concentration, serves as an effective agent for disinfection of surfaces and prevention of the coronavirus spread. HELIOS has donated such disinfectant also to many business partners, fire brigades and local headquarters of the Civil Protection.
HELIOS disinfectant for hands and surfaces in convenient half-liter packaging.
Roman Pirnat, Managing Director of Helios TBLUS, handed over the HELIOS disinfectant to the commander of Civil Protection Medvode, Franci Jarc.
Franci Stele, Managing Director of Belinka Perkemija, together with his colleagues handed over the disinfectant Belox HP6 to dr. Zvone Čadež, representative of Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief.