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Nviro wins at BICSc London & Home Counties Cleaning Awards

Nviro attended the The Hill Club’s Summer Thames Cruise in London on 6 July, a highlight of the Cleaning Industry’s calendar and scooped the award for the Best Kept Cleaning Cupboard. Five of Nviro’s employees were shortlisted in the coveted awards in highly competitive categories which is reflective of the hard work, dedication and expertise

Date posted: 6th Jul 2017

Posted In: Industry News

Helping to stub out litter at Chichester College

Nviro teamed up with Chichester College to support its ‘Respect the Environment’ week – a campaign to help improve litter at the college and raise awareness of landfill issues. As a prestigious institution and ‘Outstanding College’ rated by Ofsted, Chichester College is justly proud of its reputation and beautiful campus located in the heart of Chichester.

Date posted: 23rd Feb 2017

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education Industry News

Communities coming together to clean

Sometimes the streets of communities can become littered and dirty, given the area an air of neglect. Once loved parks can slowly turn into makeshift landfills, deterring children from playing there like they once used to. People living in these places can try and enlist their neighbours to help clean the streets. There are many projects

Date posted: 31st May 2014

Posted In: Educational Establishments

Robot cleaner roams halls of hospital

At Palos Community Hospital, Chicago, a five-foot robot with a fondness for cleaning is roaming the halls looking for germs to destroy, according to the Chicago Tribune. The machine- the TRU-D SmartUVC – was recruited back in March to keep the isolation rooms and operating theatres hygienically clean. It has the ability to detect contamination

Date posted: 31st May 2014

Posted In: Office Cleaning

Dads who do chores ‘boost daughters’ ambitions’

All parents want their children to do well in life and it turns out in some cases providing the right foundations could be as simple as picking up a dustpan and brush.  Fathers who help with household chores are more likely to raise daughters with big aspirations, according to new research from the University of

Date posted: 31st May 2014

Posted In: Educational Establishments

Fancy a game of snakes and ‘loo’ders’?

The residents of a town in Spain are afraid to sit on their porcelain thrones after one woman unknowingly sat down and left her bottom vulnerable to the fangs of a snake, according to the Local. Iris Castroverde was going about her business when the brightly coloured reptile slithered out of the toilet bowl and

Date posted: 30th May 2014

Posted In: Educational Establishments

Hacks for cleaning phobes

There are some people who avoid cleaning like the plague and end up waiting until things get critical before they pick up the mop and bucket. However, keeping the house tidy doesn’t have to be time-consuming if you know a few secret hacks. Stainless steel Do you have a kitchen full of stainless steel appliances

Date posted: 30th May 2014

Posted In: Office Cleaning

What’s lurking behind your fridge?

Cleaning isn’t always a priority for busy householders, who often have to juggle family commitments with hectic work lives. However, the results of a new survey may have some people running for the dustpan and brush. According to research from ContractCleaning.co.uk, there are some weird, wonderful and grim things lurking underneath kitchen appliances in UK

Date posted: 30th May 2014

Posted In: Office Cleaning

Cleaner gets £1.3m windfall

When placing a few quid on a horse race do you imagine how it would feel to win? A wheelie bin cleaner from Nottinghamshire need not simply envision the scenario any more as he has become one of the country’s biggest betting-shop victors.  Craig Brazier, heralding from Mansfield, won a jackpot of over £1.3 million

Date posted: 29th May 2014

Posted In: Office Cleaning

Meet the cleaning octopus

The world of robotic cleaning machines could be about to get a lot stranger if an octopus-inspired device wins a competition hosted by Electrolux, according to the Mail Online. Tody, a robot with four arms, could leave every inch of your home tidy and fresh if his creator wins the prestigious Electrolux Design Challenge. The

Date posted: 29th May 2014

Posted In: Educational Establishments

Britain’s grubbiest habits revealed

What is your ‘dirty secret’? Do you wait a week in between showers? Or perhaps you let the dog lick the dishes clean? Well, according to new research you may not be alone in your bad habits. The survey – from Method, an eco-cleaning brand – reveals that four out of five Brits admit that

Date posted: 21st May 2014

Posted In: Office Cleaning