New Pig Fights Covid-19 with Key Products Facilities Need

July 24, 2020

New Pig offers products designed specifically for fast, effective response to aid in critical COVID-19 situations across all industries -- especially, healthcare, food and beverage processing, commercial and industrial, grocery and government services. These products include the PIG Medical Supply Storage Cart, ideal for hospitals and outdoor testing areas. The Cart allows emergency responders to easily move, store, and access supplies right where they are needed and can be locked when not in use. To secure medical wastes, the PIG Healthcare Waste Security Lid (and 55 gal. Steel Drum) is offered for temporary and high-volume applications. The PIG Healthcare Lab Spill Kit answers the problem of spills in labs, testing and waste accumulation areas to absorb virtually any liquid found in a healthcare setting, from concentrated sanitizers to bodily fluids.

New Pig also has a variety of other products in their COVID-19 specific line.  These include compact biohazard kits to add cleanup capability at stations or additional patient areas, food processing wipers for wipe downs and sanitation, spill kits and absorbent matting to quickly absorb CIP, sanitizer and disinfectant chemical spills and much more. To view New Pig’s line of products specifically selected to aid those on the front lines of the pandemic across all industries, please visit or call 1-800-HOT-HOGS.


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