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How ICE Cleaning keep Chadwell Heath clean and safe

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The UK’s leading cleaning experts, ICE Cleaning, have been keeping Chadwell Heath, the training base of West Ham United’s women’s team, clean and safe throughout the pandemic.

ICE Cleaning took over as the West Ham United’s official cleaning contractor in January 2021. The company is responsible for creating a secure environment within the training grounds and surrounding facilities. 

As well as carrying out daily cleans, ICE Cleaning conduct a comprehensive decontamination service every 14 days. Using ICE SHIELD™ electrostatic technology, the team aim to provide maximum protection for our players, staff and fans. Zac Hemming, Founding Director of ICE Cleaning, explains how it all works:

“We have created a proposition that will not only eliminate existing traces of harmful viruses and bacteria, including coronavirus, but will also protect the surface from new germs. Our solutions are persistent, meaning the protective barrier will remain effective for up to 14 days. 

“This means that if a person with coronavirus touches a surface, the solution will kill the virus before another person has the opportunity to touch the same surface and become infected. 

ICE Cleaning also look after a number of the club’s other facilities, including Rush Green, Little Heath and London Stadium, all of which have been able to continue operating as normal thanks to ICE SHIELD™.

“We believe our services have provided the club with an immense level of protection. During such unprecedented times, we’ve enabled the club to continue working and training as usual with no interruptions. 

“We’ve established an excellent relationship with the club so far and aim to further enhance that  as time goes on. We look forward to continuing to keep all players, staff and fans safe throughout the rest of the season,” he added. 

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The added protection of ICE SHIELD™ supplements the existing measures implemented by West Ham United. From antibacterial door handles at the London Stadium and training grounds to multiple hand sanitiser stations throughout all locations, a number of steps have been taken to prevent the spread of the virus. The club has followed strict government guidelines around the use of face masks and social distancing measures. 

Managing Director of West Ham United Women, Jack Sullivan said: "Over the past year, we’ve developed a strong relationship with the company. Their dedication and consistent efforts have made it clear that we’re in very good hands, and I couldn’t feel happier with the level of service provided. 

“Keeping staff and players as safe as possible during this period has been our number one priority and I’m delighted that we have been able to do that thanks to the great work of ICE Cleaning. 

“Their sponsorship of the women’s team is greatly appreciated and I’m looking forward to continuing the fantastic relationship we have been able to build up,” he added.

For more information on the full list of services offered by ICE Cleaning, head to their website

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