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Head of Corporate Accounts at Greenham Trading, Martin Wardroper, and Chris Wright are aiming to conquer nine of the highest peaks in the UK (all of which are located in Scotland) this summer. At more than 4,000 ft each, the combined height of the peaks is higher than Everest, the world’s highest mountain. Even in summer, the mountains can be dangerous, with weather that can change from fine to atrocious in moments.

Their Departure Day is June 5, and they will spend the 75th anniversary of D-Day up in the mountains. The gruelling trek is in aid of mental health care charity Mind, the Marie Curie organisation which provides help during terminal illness, the military charity Help for Heroes, and The Message Trust, a Christian charity for young people in schools, prisons and communities.

10 out of 10 for Nine Peaks challenge

Cleaning chemicals manufacturer Greyland is sponsoring a pair of climbers who are tackling nine different peaks in order to raise money for four charities.

If you want to make a donation, whatever the size, visit this website – you’ll be taking a big step, not for yourself, but for many who need your help.

are just big fans. We have found it very easy to use. Anything you can provide to make it easier for everyone to do what they should be doing is a no brainer. We don’t understand why every park isn’t using this system.”

Tork EasyCube provides real-time information on cleaning needs via a system of connected devices. Supervisors and cleaners receive a snapshot of the current situation on their tablet, smartphone or other web-enabled device.

A rollercoaster revolution

Another theme park has caught on to the huge benefits of Tork EasyCube’s data-driven cleaning, just as the summer season gets underway.

Managers of Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay in Louisville, Kentucky, are now ‘big fans’ of the software which is helping them to make better-informed decisions on cleaning.

The 63-acre park has more than 70 amusement rides and caters for 9,000-plus visitors a day during the peak summer months.

Senior Manager Guest Relations, Jessi O’Daniel, said: “The system has aided our entire stocking and maintenance process. It guides our staff workflow because it’s based on which areas and what supplies are actually being used. And thanks to park management gaining access to all daily actions from the online data, we now have visibility into staff accomplishments.”

These insights are enabling the team to plan more effectively and make better-informed decisions. Jessi continued: “We

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Tork EasyCube is providing major cleaning efficiency benefits in airports, shopping centres and leisure complexes around the world. The system is particularly popular in theme parks where remote washroom monitoring is a huge asset, since cleaning staff would otherwise need to walk long distances between washroom facilities to check on cleaning needs.

Other theme parks using Tork EasyCube include Stockholm’s Gröna Lund, which notched up an all-time high in its customer satisfaction index after installing the system, and Sweden’s Furuvik zoo and amusement park which has achieved its visitor satisfaction goals 46% more frequently after installing Tork EasyCube.

A series of videos highlighting the features and benefits of the system and how it works are now available online here. One features Kaj Storbacka, Professor, Markets and Strategy at the University of Auckland Business School’s Graduate School of Management, who explains how data- driven cleaning is redefining the industry, changing the rules and helping cleaners reach new heights of efficiency. A second film charts the tie-up between Tork EasyCube and Microsoft, giving details of how the software giant is helping Essity harness the power of big data.

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