MIL-TEK X-PRESS 200S
If you’re after an entry-level compactor ideal for managing general and soft waste in the
hospitality industry, the Mil-tek X-Press 200S could be just the ticket. With a small footprint
(approximately 830mm x 800mm) and driven by compressed air, the ergonomic machine
can be deployed inside high/medium care environments, including food preparation and
other space challenged areas. The XP 200S will achieve at least a 10:1 reduction in waste
volumes and >50% saving in general waste costs. Mil-tek managing director Rod Enoka
says his company offers ideal solutions for all business waste needs from plastic and cardboard
to polystyrene. “With a small carbon footprint, highly economical in terms of space
and cost, and optimised for safety and customer satisfaction, our products will minimise
waste and maximise the efficient use of materials and resources.” Mil-tek is certified according
to the management system standard DS/EN ISO 14001:2004 and ISO9001:2008.
For more information, contact Mil-tek on (09) 446 0709 or visit www.miltek.co.nz.
TAKING CONTROL OF FORKLIFT TRAINING
that teach forklift theory.
The modules contain high-quality video,
animation, images, photos and voiceover
followed by questions to assess the
operator’s understanding. As the modules
are available via a computer or smartphone,
they can be taken in-house, whenever it’s
convenient for the operator, making it much
simpler for a company to schedule forklift
training in slower periods and to track and
act on the results immediately.
It’s difficult for a company to know the exact
quality and content of forklift training when
they send an operator on a refresher course.
Did the operator understand the materials?
Did the trainer cover all relevant concepts?
Will the operator remember what was
An online forklift certificate course produced
by Tasman Training and available via DT
Driver Training’s driver education website
enables a company’s owner, health and
safety manager or training manager to
monitor a forklift operator’s performance and
results as they work through 16 modules
DT Driver Training
EUROFINS CONTINUES TO
INVEST IN TECHNOLOGY
Eurofins Food Analytics NZ LTD
(Eurofins) has continued to invest
in mass spectroscopic technology
for testing food and dairy products
since 2014. Recently an additional
LC-MSMS has been purchased
and this new instrument has
been dedicated to the analysis of
micronutrients in food and dairy
The primary drivers for this
ongoing investment are:
1) Improved accuracy of analysis
2) Positive confirmation of analyte
3) Greater efficiency and
The first micronutrient assay
validated by Eurofins and
accredited by International
Accreditation New Zealand
(IANZ) was for free and total
Carnitine. Eurofins has completed
the validation of the method for
analysis of Folic Acid and Biotin
in dairy products. Application for
accreditation of the method was
made in March.
In the near future Eurofins will be
developing and validating methods
for the rest of the water soluble
and fat soluble vitamins.
Eurofins Food Analytics NZ Ltd
Ph: 0800 eurofins | email@example.com | www.eurofins.com