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News Sponsored by Brightwell's new touch-free dispenser


Hand hygiene is the most effective way to prevent the spread of infection, and to meet the demands of the market, Brightwell Dispensers has launched their new Modular C3 touch-free dispensers, which are available for delivery now.


The dispenser is ideal for dispensing liquid soap or sanitiser and can be used with Brightwell Dispensers free-standing floor or table-top stands to create hygiene stations throughout businesses.


Designed and manufactured in Europe, this high quality, reliable dispenser features a touch-free mechanism, encouraging the highest standards of hand hygiene. With global customer support from Brightwell Dispensers, it also includes a two-year warranty.


Brightwell Dispensers has been in business since 1947 and is continuing to support customers with high quality, innovative and reliable dispensing solutions. Product innovation, quality assurance, pre- and post-sales support, state-of-the art manufacturing processes as well as ISO certifications, patents and trademark registrations give


customers the peace of mind that Brightwell Dispensers is the best partner for their business.


You can watch a video of the new Modular C3 touch-free dispenser here.


www.brightwell.co.uk (https://youtu.be/QH_HAuEPezo


Grundon boosts safe work returns


and other visitors must be paramount for all businesses and we know it will often fall under the remit of the facilities management and cleaning teams.


“We work both directly with customers and also in partnership with cleaning companies, and our new service guarantees peace of mind that any workplace will be safe, clean and ready to use, allowing businesses to reassure anyone coming into their premises that they are doing everything possible to eliminate the risk of spreading infection. If required, we can also schedule repeat cleaning services for high-traffic areas.”


Initial virtual site surveys using photos and videos, together with a full Risk Assessment and Method Statement (RAMS) will enable the Industrial Services team to put a plan in place.


Grundon Waste Management has launched a new cleaning service aimed at helping businesses ensure their premises are safe from the COVID-19 virus as the return to work gathers pace.


Targeting everything from reception areas to offices, door handles to lift buttons, washrooms to kitchens; the specialist deep cleaning and sanitising service ensures areas are safe and ready to use within just one hour.


The cleaning process uses a proven treatment which kills both viruses (including all members of the Coronavirus family, including COVID-19, SARS and MERS) as well as 99.9% of bacteria and fungi.


Andy Stratton, from Grundon’s Industrial Cleaning Services team, said: “The health and safety of employees, customers


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Once agreed, the cleaning and treatment process combines vaporised directional spraying and microfibre wiping, using a disinfecting sanitiser with active biocides that eliminate an extensive list of viruses, bacteria, fungi and moulds.


All necessary social distancing measures will be adhered to and full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will be worn during the cleaning process, with certificates of deep cleaning and reporting provided once the work has been completed.


The fully-qualified and licensed Grundon team has built up in-depth expertise of the cleaning sector over the last 40 years and works in a wide variety of sectors, including healthcare, education and manufacturing.


www.grundon.com www.grundon.com/services/industrial-cleaning-services/coronavirus-cleaning-and-sanitising-service/ www.cleaninginteractive.com


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