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A Greener, Cleaner Environment

In today’s world there is a dichotomy: fi rstly, there are growing concerns over hygiene, germs and bacteria, and secondly, there is an increased awareness and pressure on sustainability and concerns over damaging the environment, especially when it comes to cleaning chemicals and plastics.

The solution for consumers? Switch to Greener Cleaner – an innovative patented range of 50% wood pulp and 50% recycled plastic cleaning brooms and brushes. Sitting

Launch Of Flood Damage And Disaster Advice Website

A website originally aimed at business disaster recovery is now extended to provide the public with free and impartial awareness and training on fl ood disaster recovery. Robust Resilience provides fl ood victims with essential advice on contingency planning, as well as recovery and restoration.

Robust Resilience is written by Jeff Charlton of fl ood damage specialist, Building Forensics, in association with the Government of the South East and the National Counter Terrorist and Security Offi ce of MI5. Its prime objective is to provide the public and businesses with essential information and advice in response to the increasing threat of manmade and natural disasters. Jeff said: “Robust Resilience provides essential information for the public and businesses on how to deal with insurers and contractors, as well as


alongside the hardware range is an eco-friendly sustainable ingredients based range of cleaning liquids, which offer antibacterial properties.

The Greener Cleaner patented eco- fl ex material is highly durable, and products are heat resistant up to temperatures of 120˚C. The range includes: pot and pan brushes, dish brushes, a mini-dustpan and brush, a regular dustpan and brush, a window wiper, fl oor broom, scrubbing brush and a dusting wand. All the handles and solid parts are made from 100% recycled plastic and wood pulp, and perform as well as non-eco versions. Not

advice on self-help – an important factor today with more and more victims fi nding themselves uninsured.

“The need for the Robust Resilience site, and its information, was identifi ed from the often inadequate general response that's been seen in the wake of national and international disasters, such as the UK's current fl ooding. Shortages of contractors and equipment, and the lack of national standards or guidance in restoration and repair, coupled with the absence of recognised contractor training and certifi cation, all mean that the result and cost of restoration or repair are often pure pot luck. With the level of fl ooding and associated disasters that we're seeing this winter in the UK, this has to be addressed!”

Meanwhile, the increasing cost of insurance has meant that many properties in 2013 are uninsured, which means self-help and control of disasters is now often left to the property owner. Jeff concluded: “Robust Resilience – which is free to use – provides a broad-based approach to disaster recovery and embraces diverse subjects including fi re and fl ood repair,

only that, but all products have additional extra special features, such as the soft rubber fronts and claw sides on the dustpan and brush sets, which clean the brush and easily clip together.

Our Greener Cleaner liquids, all made in the UK meeting Euro label Standards, penetrate and kill bacteria with the natural antibacterial agents within the formulation. The trigger includes a quality trigger with ‘Off’, ‘Jet’ and ‘Spray’ positions, and the range includes an all purpose cleaner, fl oor cleaner, limescale remover and bathroom cleaner.

asbestos, health and sanitation. Plus, it even provides free business templates for contingency planning and ways to reduce or mitigate the effects of disaster.”

The site will be updated as it is needed, and offers links to various scientifi c resources and British Standards, such as the new British Standard Code of practice for fl ood restoration, PAS 64.

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