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  • Franchisee saves the day with a cup of...

    They say a cup of tea solves everything, so when an elderly woman ran her car off the road, CrestClean franchisee Jomy George was quick to fetch her a comforting brew. Jomy was on his way home from his morning cleaning shift in Palmerston North, when the woman misjudged a corner and crashed her car

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  • South Canterbury manager champions kids’ sports

    Volunteers at kids' sport.

    Kids in sport, not in court’ — that is one of South Canterbury Regional Manager Rob Glenie’s favourite sayings. So, it’s hardly surprising that in the evenings and at the weekend you will find him volunteering at a number of sporting activities. From helping to cook 800 sausages at Rippa Rugby every week to coaching

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  • Organisers bowled over by cricket tournament success

    Score keepers at a cricket game.

    They started off as a group of mates playing cricket at the weekend, but now the Bay Blasters are about to become an official club — and they have big plans. The club recently hosted the inaugural Bay Blasters Super Cup cricket tournament in Tauranga, with CrestClean being the chief sponsor of the event. The

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  • Bilingual stickers encourage recycling and help promote te...

    Six words in te reo Māori are helping New Zealand youngsters adopt good recycling habits. The words feature on a set of colourful bilingual stickers that are a key component of RecycleKiwi – a hugely successful community project aimed at schools. Since CrestClean rolled out RecycleKiwi last year to mark Māori Language Week, thousands of

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  • Delight at CrestClean business owner’s ice cream treat...

    When CrestClean’s Karthik Naidu decided to treat a school to ice cream he was following a family tradition of making a birthday a time to focus on others. He got a big thumbs up from children and staff at Moturoa School when he arrived with large box of ice cream to celebrate turning 28. The

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  • Sanitiser production helps to provide work for people...

    Thousands of bottles of CrestClean’s Anti-Viral Sanitiser are being produced at Altus Enterprises.

    It might be uncomplicated and more than a bit repetitive but those carrying out the work just couldn’t be happier. In fact for the Altus Enterprises employees who bottle and label CrestClean’s Anti-Viral Sanitiser, it’s a task that also creates a strong feel-good factor that extends far beyond the satisfaction of a job well done.

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  • Athlete’s surprise visit a highlight for students

    Sam O’Dea with students Cassidy Cooper, Layla McKinstry, Coco Edwards and Alpha Rae-Flick.

    Students who have been promoting RecycleKiwi at their school had a big surprise when Commonwealth Games athlete Sam O’Dea popped in. Sam decided to see for himself how youngsters at Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery in central Christchurch have fully embraced the recycling programme, which is proving popular with schools throughout the country. The four classmates

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  • Generous franchisees spread some festive cheer for hard-pressed...

    Kind-hearted franchisees helped to ensure that more than 100 Auckland children got a Christmas gift. The business owners, from CrestClean’s Auckland South region, responded to a call from their regional manager Viky Narayan to donate presents for families facing tough times. “This came from an idea I had about doing something for our local community,”

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  • Students’ delight as cleaner brings in newly-hatched chicks

    CrestClean’s Salendra Chetty shows youngsters how to handle the hen and chicks.

    Going the extra mile is something Salendra Chetty does without a second thought. The CrestClean business owner loves working at Maunu Primary School, where he’s treated like a member of staff. But as well as receiving regular feedback about the high quality of his cleaning, Salendra loves to get involved in school life and he

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  • Students thanked for designing CrestClean’s marmalade gift

    Marmalade jars were presented in packaging designed by the Avondale students.

    CrestClean customers have been “blown away” by a specially-commissioned Christmas gift from Auckland West Regional Manager Caroline Wedding. And it’s all thanks to students at Avondale Intermediate School, who set to work designing a unique presentation package for jars of the school’s popular homemade organic marmalade. It all started when Caroline visited the school and

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  • Talented young animator helps get RecycleKiwi off to...

    Mount Maunganui College student Tai Preece helped bring RecycleKiwi to life.

    Bringing RecycleKiwi’s iconic bird character to life was a challenge budding young animator Tai Preece took in his stride. The 13-year-old Mount Maunganui College student was invited by CrestClean to apply his animation skills to the kiwi bird, the distinctive hallmark of the company’s educational programme on recycling and waste management. The kiwi and the

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  • Warm welcome for RecycleKiwi in Invercargill

    Regional Manager Glenn Cockroft and franchisee Kim Jin present a RecycleKiwi pack to Julian Ineson, Principal of Invercargill’s St Theresa’s School.

    RecycleKiwi has landed in Invercargill with the first resource pack being presented to Invercargill’s St Theresa’s school. Principal Julian Ineson was delighted to receive the colourful box from CrestClean’s Invercargill Regional Manager Glenn Cockroft, and franchisee Kim Jin, who has just taken over the cleaning of the school in the past few weeks. Julian said

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