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Mitie launches cleaning service “proven” to combat Covid-19

Mitie has launched the UK’s first cleaning service with a chemical-free cleaning product which it says is “proven” to kill Covid-19 on surfaces for six months. Citrox Protect is a non-toxic cleaning product made from two natural materials – silicon ...

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BS Handling Systems launches COVID-19 support solution

To help mitigate against the risk of infection and assist employee safety, Leicester based BS Handling Systems has invested over £100,000 in specialist equipment, cleaning solution and training for an electrostatic sanitisation system. This enables the company to offer a ...

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HyGenikx from Mechline – The revolutionary workplace hygiene amplifier

Specialist UK manufacturer Mechline Developments, has launched HyGenikx, a revolutionary air and surface hygiene amplification system, which is proven to eradicate harmful bacteria and viruses from workplace environments including kitchens, restaurants, washrooms and refuse areas. Requiring no costly installation, HyGenikx ...

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Managing water-borne legionella

In many ways, water contamination seems like an issue consigned to history, yet outbreaks continue to occur causing illness and, in the worst cases, fatalities. In this article, Spencer Culley, Managing Director at Churchill Environmental discusses why thorough processes are ...

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New antimicrobial-protected access control devices kill 99.9 per cent of prevalent bacteria

Contamination of clean environments could soon become a thing of the past, as Remsdaq launches its EntroPad range of access control readers, keypads and request to exit buttons with antimicrobial protection built in. Third party testing to ISO 22196:2011 proves ...

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Eliminate washroom odours, improve hygiene & save money! It can’t be true, but it is!

We all know smelly washrooms can cost contracts, get ahead of the game and satisfy your clients. No matter how regularly you clean a well-used aging washroom with traditional cleaning methods, airborne and surface bacteria will always build up quicker ...

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Is there a silent danger in your water system?

Some bacteria such as Legionella, shut down functions when exposed to stressful conditions such as heat shock and superchlorination. Things such as reproduction, are put on hold until overall conditions improve, and the bacteria can resuscitate back to its normal ...

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Managing Legionella – Prevention and Protection

If you are an employer or person in control of premises, you have a legal responsibility to identify and manage any risk of Legionella contamination. For effective monitoring a reliable thermometer kit is essential. Legionella, like many bacteria, thrive at ...

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Smelly washrooms cost contracts

There are many barriers to effectively keeping washrooms clean and fresh-smelling. No matter how regular the cleaning schedule, airborne bacteria quickly builds up in enclosed spaces and the resulting growth can cause stubborn smells that are extremely difficult to eliminate. ...

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Smelly washrooms cost contracts

There are many barriers to effectively keeping washrooms clean and fresh-smelling. No matter how regular the cleaning schedule, airborne bacteria quickly builds up in enclosed spaces and the resulting growth can cause stubborn smells that are extremely difficult to eliminate. ...

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