Donation of Belox HP6 disinfectant

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 will be 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.

Franci Stele, Managing Director of Belinka Perkemija: “As a company operating in the chemical industry, we recognize our greater responsibility in the current situation to act in a socially responsible manner. As one of the few producers of hydrogen peroxide in Europe we are proud that we can offer a locally produced disinfectant that is effective in preventing the spread of the coronavirus. Additionally, hydrogen peroxide is an environmentally friendly chemical, as it does not produce any side reactions, and decomposes solely into oxygen and water. By donating a disinfectant to the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief, we have thus supported the activities of our health workers, volunteers and state institutions who are selflessly trying to curb the spread of coronavirus within the Slovenian healthcare network.”

Belinka Perkemija donated the disinfectant  also to two voluntary fire brigades, PGD Gorica and PGD Nadgorica, and to the Parish of St. Jacob by Sava.