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It is always our goal to provide specialist services in a low impact and zero harm manner. Keeping abreast with latest technologies, equipment, chemicals and procedures, through good strong supplier and manufacturer relations and keeping involved with industry conventions and exhibitions. When possible and practice we will incorporate any new products and practices with advise into our annual review for consideration to introduce into our current on-site practices.


Allcomclean reuses and launder all our cleaning cloths, these are washed in minimal natural detergent and dried they are than hygienic and ready to use time and time again.

We prefer to launder our cloths to eliminate the use of paper towels or throw away cloths reducing litter and possible blockages of the sewer systems and waterways.


We employ all chemicals on the basis of how biodegradable they are, how long it takes for a particular chemicals to break down and how it impacts the environment.


We feel that deionised water is a future product/ practice for the cleaning industry. By using deionised water it can reduce the amount of cleaning required, including the frequency of mopping and window cleaning , enhancing the efficiency and the quality of works provided.

Using deionised water involves recycling water through a filtration system reducing the impact on the environment and use of chemicals. We are in the process of reviewing how to achieve this, we feel that this technology is where the industry is heading, keeping abreast of sustainable practices, reducing the impact on the environment, it is also cost effective.


This would be our first green field and will conform to all current sustainable practices including the recycling systems you have in place by using OSCA and the 4 bin recycling system that is in place. While we can combine our satiable practices reducing environmental impact by laundering cloths and reducing the risk and use of harsh chemicals improving our all round footprint on the environment.

  • Reduce waste through recycling practices and where appropriate reuse

  • Embed sustainable principles and practices in all aspects of our operations

  • Provide training skills for sustainability in conjunction with sustainable practice requirements

  • Minimise our environmental footprint through sustainable management of our recourses including water, materials, chemicals and use of equipment and vehicles

  • Minimise risk to human health and the environment by taking all reasonable steps to eliminate injury and illness to employees, subcontractors and members of the community who may be affected by the operations of our services, and to prevent pollution of air, water or land

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