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Chemsol 100 – the professionals choice

Chemcare supply an extensive range of products and are continually striving to improve that range to our customers who range from sole traders to large groups Chemcare (Liverpool) are manufacturers and suppliers of Chemsol 100 the No. 1 Heavy Duty ...

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Nviro scores major education sector contract in Kent

MidKent College has awarded cleaning and facilities management service firm, Nviro, a three-year contract to provide cleaning services at its Maidstone and Medway campuses. The contract, worth in excess of one and a half million pounds, will provide a night ...

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EasyShine elevates the cleaning standard

Using the very latest ultramicrofibre technology (with fibres 70% finer than conventional fibres) Vikan’s outstanding EasyShine must be the most productive cleaning tool to achieve cost-effective, long lasting cleaning results on glass and polished metal surfaces. Effective EasyShine removes up ...

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Churchill seals another Wiltshire deal

Churchill has announced a new partnership with Wiltshire College for the delivery of cleaning services across its four main campuses at Salisbury, Trowbridge, Chippenham and Lackham. The college is the main provider of further and higher education in Wiltshire and ...

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Introducing the revolutionary Reflex system, now from Tork

The revolutionary Reflex™ system is now part of the Tork product portfolio, helping to help cut consumption and offer cost savings to the hospitality, healthcare, education and facilities management industries. Previously a Lotus Professional best-seller, the exceptional Reflex™ system has become a ...

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NG Bailey secures three year contract with Network Rail

Network Rail has appointed NG Bailey’s Facilities Services division to provide mechanical, electrical and fabric maintenance at St Pancras International Station, in a three-year contract worth over £3.5m. St Pancras International is the main hub for Britain’s high-speed railway and the three-year ...

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Copper wipes the floor with its alloy peers in destroying norovirus

Scientists from the University of Southampton have discovered that copper and copper alloys rapidly destroy norovirus – the highly-infectious sickness bug, where its healthcare metal alloy counterparts do not. Worldwide, norovirus is responsible for more than 267 million cases of ...

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Pest Assured

With new legislation on the horizon aimed at reducing the length of time bait is left out for pests, freelance journalist Jackie Bennett Shaw explores what the proposed new rules mean for facilities professionals. Effective pest control is key for ...

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John O’Conner supports channel challenge

John O’Conner, the Welwyn based grounds maintenance company is supporting a cross channel swim in memory of student James Harley from Ware, who sadly passed away aged 19. In August 2013 a team of six brave local friends and family ...

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Thomann-Hanry garden party a roaring success

The exterior cleaning experts for buildings, Thomann-Hanry, recently held their annual garden party at Mayfair’s exclusive No 4 Hamilton Place. Located on a unique terrace overlooking Hyde Park, 250 members of the property, architect, hotel and conservation industry enjoyed an ...

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