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Demonstration day today!
We’ve been giving some of our staff in the office an opportunity to understand how our fogging machines work to help them better visualise how the process is carried out, and see how the technology can support safer environmental working following the continued existence of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In practise, the sanitising spray uses a viricidal cleaning solution to cover common touchpoints with an ultra fine spray mist, removing the threat of virus. Held at a 30cm distance, the equipment is used with appropriate PPE and helps us to decontaminate both hard and soft surfaces, allowing a safe return for our customers and staff to their working environments.
We provide fogging in response to requests for Covid-19 decontamination cleans on both suspected and confirmed outbreaks on our customer sites. This is carried out in conjunction with enhanced cleaning and touchpoint viricidal cleans that take place daily to combat the spread of the virus.
Call us on 0870 242 1420 or email email@example.com for more information on how we can help. In the meantime, here’s our Operations Manager, Mike White leading the demonstration.
The recent pandemic has thrown a spotlight on cleaning in the workplace. As a business with over 30 years of operation, we’ve been uniquely placed to offer support at a time when cleanliness is at the forefront of everyone’s mind.
As more workplaces begin to open back up, we’re working in close partnership with customers, both existing and new, to meet the challenges presented by Covid-19 head on.
We’ve adapted our services to suit the new needs of each customer. At the core of this new drive is the ability to welcome back staff and customers alike into workplaces that instil confidence in personal safety and welfare.
We’re delivering an extremely valuable support service to minimise risk, meet current HSE and industry standard safety standards, and present a new understanding of what a clean and safe environment will look like going forward.
Many of our customers work in ‘key worker’ sectors, including healthcare, emergency services, education and utilities and we’ve supported them during lockdown with emergency response and deep cleans, provision of visual advice and guidance, PPE and ‘sanitising stations’ as well as new risk assessments and specification changes.
Instilling confidence and welcoming people back into the workplace are now a priority we can support in a variety of settings.
We’re taking delivery this week of some shiny new Solo branded fleet vehicles.
Our UK-wide fleet is a key part of our service delivery promise and with nearly 90 vehicles to maintain, we’ve worked with FRF Motors Swansea and ALD Automotive for over 10 years to lease and manage each one.
We operate a range of cars and vans for our Contract Managers and Mobile Cleaning Teams. As essential workers, the last few months have been extremely busy ones for them as they continue to respond to additional and emergency cleaning requests.
Solo Service Group & Solo Laundry’s nominated charity is Ty Hafan and we are running many events to raise money and awareness for the charity. Additionally our MD Caroline Cooper & H&S Manager Denna Exon are taking part in a cycling challenge from London to Paris this July. Details can be found on their Just Giving Pages. Please take a moment to read, share & donate if possible for this very worthy cause.
https://www.justgiving.com/Caroline-Cooper14 / Text CCMC70 £1 to 70070
https://www.justgiving.com/Denna-Exonsmith / Text DECC85 £1 to 70070
Dyfed Cleaning Services Ltd – which was hit by a significant fire two years ago – entered administration on January 29, appointing Steve Wade and David Hill – from Begbies Traynor’s Cardiff offices – as joint administrators.
The sale of the business for an undisclosed sum to Dyfed Laundry Services Limited, part of Swansea-based Solo Service Group ( www.soloservicegroup.com), completed on Tuesday, 12 May.
The business, which is trading as a commercial laundry, three retail launderettes and a distribution centre, remained open during the 14-week administration period.
Steve Wade, director with Begbies Traynor, said: “We are delighted to have achieved a sale of the whole of the company’s business, preserving nearly 60 jobs, and allowing a very well-known local independent business to continue to provide a quality service to its customers in South and West Wales and further afield.”
Steve Hammett, chief executive of Solo Service Group, added: “We are looking forward to taking this business to the next level, by making significant investment in the business and increasing the customer base. Dyfed’s brand in synonymous with high quality service, and we will be looking to breathe new life into the brand.”