Clean Hands for a Healthy World

Kutol’s commitment to sustainability means we believe in being a good steward of the environment. In fact, our purpose of Clean Hands for a Healthy World embodies that dedication to sustainable hygiene. We proudly produce Green Seal® Certified, USDA BioPreferred® and ECOLOGO® products that are earth-friendly.

But it goes beyond the products. It’s how we design and manufacture them, the manner in which we operate our facility and how we manage our business.



Our flexible plastic refill bags are made with 50% less plastic than rigid or collapsible cartridges. We offer bottles and jugs made with recycled plastic.


Fuel Conservation

Fuel is saved since our flexible plastic refill bags take up less space in transit — lessening harmful emissions and cutting fuel costs nearly in half.


Landfill Conservation

Fewer discarded soap refills = conservation of landfill space. Our refills dispense 99.5% of product, reducing the number of refill containers that end up in landfills.


Water Conservation

Our foaming soaps lather up much faster than liquid soaps, reducing the amount of time and water needed to wash, then rinse, hands.


Global Warming

We lower our greenhouse gases and carbon footprint by using less fuel and conserving energy in our LEED® Certified building. It features a closed loop geothermal system and low flow plumbing.



Our Green Seal Certified hand sanitizers and soaps have met the highest benchmark of health and environmental leadership, making them safer for people and the planet. Our USDA BioPreferred sanitizers are derived from 100% renewable grain alcohol.

Green Seal Certified products

Kutol’s manufacturing facility is LEED® Silver Certified – a designation from the US Green Building Council that awards points for buildings that conserve energy and improve the environment.

Our building has green, sustainable features including geothermal heating and cooling, motion sensor lights and low flow plumbing fixtures. We selected and built our facility on an old industrial site, so no natural land was disturbed. During construction, materials were locally-sourced to reduce the wasteful effects of transportation and more than 8 million pounds of concrete were recycled. Employees who drive low emission vehicles are given special LEED parking spaces near the front door. The facility maintains a recycling program and is designated non-smoking.