Bacteria, disease, maggots and rodents…just a few of the locals that call your bins and bin area home. Regardless of the industry, your business can ill afford having them around. Aside from obvious health and safety risks, customers don’t appreciate the waft of festering bins. Not to mention employees. Dirty bins are inevitable, but they don’t have to take up time that should be going to your bottom line. That’s where we come in. For the fear of sounding boastful, we’ll stop at saying we’re exceptionally good. Not only will we physically clean your bins and bin area, we’ll sanitise them, giving you one less thing to worry about.
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We use 93% less water compared to conventional cleaning. To put it into real numbers, you’re currently using approximately 20 - 25 litres to clean every bin. Not only do we use our own water, but we use less than 1.5 litres per bin.
What more can we say, other than we leave no trace behind. Our detergents are completely bio-degradable, so the little run-off that does end up in the water system, poses no threat to marine life. Or any form of life, for that matter.
Our cleaning system is powerful enough to put out the fire on the sun. Well, almost. But in all seriousness, it’s far more economical on water and cleans better.
Not only does it sound great, but it’s true. These tests were conducted by an independent laboratory and actually showed that our cleaning kills 100% of bacteria – 99.9 just sounds better. We’ll gladly share these results on special request.
Let’s start with your labour costs, then add the water bill water, time spent dealing with unhappy customers, and even potential legal action, and you’ll quickly realise why it’s a job best left to the pros.
Our system is custom made to clean bins and bin areas. Which means we can do a lot faster than you, with less interruptions to your operations.
Suffice to say, the more bins you have, the cheaper it gets. But there are many factors that influence the actual cost – the location of bins and whether they’re all placed together, to name only two. A thorough site audit is the only way of providing you with an accurate quote.