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Our industry (activities) – supply of cleaning detergents and cleaning equipment for the industry. We create and use hygiene solutions, which are thoughtful and acceptable for our clients.


We offer professional solutions for hotels, professional kitchens.


We offer professional solutions for laundries.

Our Company, producing and supplying detergents and disinfectants, seeks to comply with international quality standards and assure quality of products needed by religious-ethnic groups (Halal, Kosher).

Through our flexibility we are able to customize our business to meet needs of all our customers, our creativity helps us to come up with innovative solutions, therefore, these two, alongside with continuous improvement, shall be our main principles to be observed in our activity and partnership.

The management and employees of UAB “BS Chemical”, creating a responsible and reliable partnership and seeking to reduce environmental impact, undertake:

  • to take into account requirements of our customers and other persons concerned and provide them with thorough and reliable information about the products,
  • to develop professionalism of each employee, their responsibility for the quality of work and environmental impact,
  • to improve constantly the performance of the integrated management system,
  • to prevent pollution, to use only permissible raw materials in production,
  • comply with requirements of all legal acts applicable to the Company, fulfil all obligations and meet all Halal and Kosher requirements assumed.

To achieve the objectives above, the integrated quality and environmental protection management system, complying with requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards, has been implemented, and part of our products have been Halal and Kosher certified.

The Company assures that provisions of the integrated management system policy shall be reviewed on a regular basis, they are available to all our employees and persons concerned, who are aware of these provisions and understand them.

Director                                                                   Tadas Varpiotas

We are committed to consistently produce Halal products in meeting the Halal consumers’  needs. We will achieve this by :

  1. Ensuring all Halal finished products are certified by Halal Certification Europe (HCE).
  1. Ensuring all raw materials procured and used in the manufacture in our certified products are .approved by HCE.
  1. Ensuring the production systems for certified products are clean and free from Haram and Najs material. Refer to Appendix A for example definition.
  1. The following staff has been appointed to coordinate Halal.


No Staff Name Position
1 Vilma Kripienė Quality manager
2 Vaidas Jonkus Production manager


  1. Responsibility of the Halal coordinator will be as follows:
  • Co-ordinate the implementation of Halal procedures at the site.
  • Communicate with HCE for any issues relating to Halal.
  • Inform HCE before any of the following changes are made relating to the Halal certified products.
    • Addition, removal or substitution of any of the raw materials.
    • Change to any raw materials.
    • Any changes to the manufacturing process.
    • Change of supplier of any of the raw materials, including new supplier(s) and/or discontinued supplier(s).
    • Change to the processing plant or site of manufacture or use of the processing plant for products that are not Halal certified.
    • Any changes to the cleaning process or cleaning materials or changes to suppliers of cleaning materials.
    • Any trial raw material or product is used on the production line. Full details of raw material or product will need to be submitted to HCE for approval prior to use




An Arabic term meaning permitted or allowed by Islamic Law.


An Arabic term meaning prohibited by Islamic law. See below for examples of Haram materials.


Substances deemed unclean by Islamic law. Example: Blood, Urine etc.

 Haram Material

Any material made from or contains any of the following is Haram:


  1. porcine and its byproducts;
  2. blood and its byproducts;
  3. carnivorous animals with claws and fangs/tusks which are used to kill prey such as lions, elephants, bears, monkeys, cats and other similar animals;
  4. birds of prey with claws such as eagles, owls, sparrows and other similar birds;
  5. rodents, reptiles, amphibians, pests and the like such as rats, cockroaches, centipedes, scorpions, serpents, lizards, hedgehogs and other similar animals;
  6. animals that are prohibited to be killed by Islamic law such as bees, ants, woodpeckers except for locusts;
  7. odious creatures such as lice, flies, larva and other similar animals;
  8. other animals forbidden to be eaten in accordance to Islamic law such as domestic donkeys and mules;
  9. animals which are intentionally and continually fed with unclean (Najs) items, unless the animals are confined and fed, for at least three days, with Halal materials.
  10. any material derived from the human body g. L-Cysteine from human hair;
  11. permissible animals (e.g. Cows, Sheep, Poultry etc.) that are not slaughtered according to Islamic law.



           Ethyl-alcohol (ethanol), which is derived from the khamr (alcoholic beverage) industry or its by-products e.g. fusel oil is Haram.