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How Do You Unblock a Drain?

Monday, 18 November 2019 10:21:00 Europe/London

If your drain is starting to get blocked, or is already completely clogged up it can often be difficult to get the water flowing again; at System Hygiene, we understand that it can be quite frustrating to experience slow running water out of your sink, whether it’s in the kitchen, bathroom sink or your shower!

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Posted By Rychard Sagal

A Guide to De-icing Artificial Sports Surfaces

Monday, 11 November 2019 17:23:00 Europe/London

Football pitches, hockey pitches, tennis courts, indeed any type of outdoor sports surface is not immune to the ravages of winter. Just as grass-covered surfaces will develop frost and become hazardous to play on, so will synthetic surfaces. For establishments reliant on income from paying customers, maximising the ability to play all year round is the top priority. Therefore, being prepared for frost and ice events will minimise ‘dead time’, when a pitch or court is free and customers are available, but the surface conditions render play impossible.

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Posted By Peacock, Rychard Sagal

How to Teach Hand Hygiene at School

Friday, 8 November 2019 08:56:00 Europe/London

How to Teach Hand Hygiene at School

School children are exposed to all kinds of germs and bacteria that they wouldn’t usually come into contact with at home. Children are naturally curious and exploring things by touch can cause their hands to become a breeding ground for germs and bacteria, which could make them and others seriously ill. According to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Britain’s cases of norovirus, gastroenteritis and swine flu infections are primarily down to dirty hands. Hands are often the main vehicle for transmitting germs by contact with others and through surfaces such as door handles and toilet flushes.

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Posted By Paul Jakeway, Rychard Sagal

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