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Graffiti & GumRemoval


Branova – Meleco Magic Eraser Meadow Mills, Carlton Road, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire WF13 2BA T: 01924 486000 F: 01924 486001 E: info@branova.com W: www.branova.com


The Meleco Magic Eraser cuts through paint, marker pen and other hard-to-shift graffiti, without the need for chemicals or heavy scouring. No more aerosols, masks and scrubbing with cloths. Meleco is designed for the removal of graffiti and spray paint from hard, non- porous surfaces. It’s the ideal multi-surface cleaner for ceramics, plastics, glass, wood, paintwork, tiles, perspex, steel, alloys, bathroom and kitchen surfaces almost anywhere! This handy lightweight sponge is the ideal cleaning aid for a multitude of jobs. This special melamine resin foam has a fine cellular structure allowing maximum absorption and cleaning power. Meleco removes dust and dirt from most non-porous surfaces, even hot ones.Meleco can be used wet or dry for cleaning or dusting without the need for detergents or cleaning chemicals, making it very environment-friendly.


Cleenol Group Ltd


Beaumont Road, Banbury OX16 1RB T: 01295 251721 F: 01295 269561 E: sales@cleenol.co.uk W: www.cleenol.co.uk


Steeped in manufacturing heritage that dates back to the early 20th century, Cleenol is an independent family run company which is recognised as one of the UK’s leading developers, manufacturers and suppliers of cleaning and hygiene products to a wide range of industries. Cleenol has an extensive manufactured product range and stocks a large range of ancillary products, making it a single source for a complete range of cleaning and janitorial materials. British Nova is a specialist division for floorcare solutions. Since the outset, our focus has been constant – improved product performance, increased health and environmental safety and enhanced customer benefit. From hotels to hospitals, airports to supermarkets, leisure centres to schools or the factory floor, each product in Cleenol’s extensive range of cleaning solutions is formulated to provide the highest of standards in domestic, commercial and industrial hygiene technology. Accredited with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality standards.


Diversey


Weston Favell Centre, Northampton NN3 8PD T: Customer Services 0800 525 525 E: customerservice@diversey.com W: www.diversey.com


Diversey is a world leader in cleaning and hygiene solutions for business, a position gained by acting as a true partner to our customers, rather than as a supplier. For more than a century, we have demonstrated a proven track record of delivering innovative, high-performance chemical systems, floorcare machines, cleaning tools and services for the cleaning, hygiene, and sanitation industry. With 11,000 employees worldwide, and delivering solutions in more than 175 countries, Diversey commands the leading position in every major market, and covers all the relevant sectors within the UK - from Health Care, Retail, and Lodging, to Food Service, Food and Beverage, and Building Service Contracting. At Diversey, we believe that sustainable solutions that protect the environment are more profitable and good business practice for now and the future. At the same time, they allow us to deliver on our responsibility to the wider community – commitment to create a cleaner, healthier future.


GUMDROP Ltd T: 0207 384 2496 E: anna@gumdropltd.com W: www.gumdropltd.com


GUMDROP Ltd uses the world’s first process that allows used gum to be recycled into a new plastic called Gumtec. Gumtec is currently used to manufacture GUMDROP receptacles for the collection of waste gum. GUMDROP uses a closed loop recycling process, once full the whole thing gets recycled to produce three new GUMDROPs. The new GUMDROPs are then re-distributed and the cycle starts again. GUMDROP excites people’s imagination so that they choose to drop their gum in a GUMDROP. By using our new recycling process we can reduce everyday eyesores and additional landfill to make our planet a cleaner place.


Gumtec can be used in existing manufacturing processes such as injection and blow moulding to create a variety of plastic products.


GRAFFITI & GUM REMOVAL 40 | TOMORROW’S CLEANING YEARBOOK 2011/2012 | The future of our cleaning industry


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