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The DMR Rapid Response Team operate on a 24/7 basis, 365 days a year. One team operates from 8am to 8pm daily, with the other team working 8pm to 8am daily, alternating on weekends.

Not only does the Team perform fumigation deep cleaning, but they're also in charge of disposing all materials used during the performance of their duties in a clinical manner – which can include both bodily fl uids and body parts.

These call-outs tend to be more emotive than the regular cleaning, and can be in relation to sudden deaths, self- terminations and murders. Indeed, Derrycourt have been involved with the aftermath of some high-profi le gang related murders in Dublin, and have even received press attention as the “specialised cleaning team” for the events.

The Team is renowned for going beyond the call of duty in such situations, and their Area Manager, Cristian Filip, has a multitude of examples where the team pulled out all the stops to ensure the best service. The dedication of this team is second to none; not only are they a self-suffi cient unit which keeps unsocial hours, but they deal with extremely emotive and confi dential situations that others would shy away from.

The work carried out by the DMR Team has recently been recognised by the ICCA (Irish Contract Cleaning Association) Special Achievement Award in 2012, and was also selected as a fi nalist for a Golden Service Award in London, last year.


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