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Diana Hatton
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1 year ago
Nice-Pak Announces 2020 Global Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Nice-Pak Announces 2020 Global Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Nice-Pak Products, a pioneer and global leader in the production of wet wipes, today announced the publishing of its first global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report in collaboration with sister company, PDI, a global leader in infection prevention products and solutions. The report, Together for Health and Life, covers worldwide performance and efforts across Nice-Pak, Nice Pak International, and PDI.

1 year ago
Nice-Pak awaits EPA approval to wipe away COVID-19 threat

Nice-Pak awaits EPA approval to wipe away COVID-19 threat

Today, Nice-Pak is in the middle of the fight against Covid-19, with its products being tested to determine their efficacy in eliminating SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19.

-- Westchester County Business Journal

1 year ago

Nice-Pak Announces Demonstrated Efficacy Against SARS-CoV-2

The following announcement was distributed on July 7, 2020 via PR Newswire

ORANGEBURG, NY – Nice-Pak, the pioneer and leading producer of wet wipes, including disinfectant wipes for consumer markets, announced today that it has generated data showing its product (EPA Reg. No. 9480-5) demonstrated efficacy against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Nice-Pak's wipes are sold under the Grime Boss® brand, as well as many popular private labels. 

1 year ago
Nice-Pak featured on NBC-TV New York

Nice-Pak featured on NBC-TV New York

Nice-Pak was featured on NBC-TV in New York in a segment titled Wiping Out Coronavirus, including an interview with CEO Robert Julius.

5 years ago

Greenwich Resident Helps Create ‘Nice ‘n CLEAN’ Antibacterial Hand Wipes

GREENWICH, Conn. — A Greenwich resident whose granddaughter has peanut allergies helped to create
a product to remove peanut allergens from surfaces.

Through his work at Nice-Pak , the maker of Nice ‘n CLEAN, Robert Julius has helped create Nice ‘n CLEAN Antibacterial Hand Wipes. The product removes 99 percent of peanut allergen residues from the surfaces, according to an announcement.

7 years ago

Corporations wean off the grid with solar, fuel cells

Across the Hudson Valley, businesses are generating their own electricity to wean themselves from the grid and help the environment.

Morgan Stanley celebrated the installation of new fuel cell system Friday that will produce enough electricity year-round to power about 150 homes, or 250 kilowatts. The fuel cells come a year after the financial services company installed a six-acre, 3,091-panel solar array on its campus at 2000 Westchester Ave. in Purchase.

7 years ago

‘Ready for the day’ playlist, homework station: Back-to-school tips for parents, kids

Wet-Nap® from Nice-Pak is part of a carpool survival kit featured on TODAY to help children make the transition from carefree summer days to hectic school days.

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8 years ago

Nice-Pak Unveils County’s Biggest Solar Power Array

Roof-top system among top 10 in New York State 

ORANGEBURG — The largest rooftop solar array in Rockland County was unveiled Monday during ceremonies at the home of Nice-Pak Products and its sister company, Professional Disposables International, the world’s leading producers of pre-moistened wipes.

The 855-kilowatt array is among the 10 largest rooftop solar power systems in New York State, according to Orange and Rockland Utilities. The system is expected to generate approximately one million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year and supply about 15 percent of the building’s total electricity load.

8 years ago

Nice-Pak: The Biggest Company in Rockland County You Probably Didn’t Know About

The world’s largest creator of wipes, Nice-Pak, employs over 900 in the county. Moist towelettes have morphed into many applications

Have you ever wondered where those disposable wipes you use so often got their start?

Wonder no more—many of them come right here from Rockland. The wipes were originally the brainchild of Arthur Julius, who got the idea for a disposable wet napkin that could be tossed when the job was done. Back in the 1950s, while working for Russian cosmetic pharmacist Myram Picker, Julius got the idea of putting a disposable wet paper into a package and selling his “Nice ‘n Clean” product to the restaurant industry.