Environmental

  • Coronavirus: How to keep workplaces virus-free

    CrestClean has produced a special information brochure in response to widespread customer concerns over the possible spread of the coronavirus to the workplace. The brochure highlights the company’s standard cleaning product – HyperClean – whose active ingredient hydrogen peroxide has been proven to be one of the most effective in killing the human coronavirus (HCoV).

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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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  • CrestClean wins business excellence in health and safety...

    Viky and Nileshna Narayan receive their award from Iain Lees-Galloway, (left) Minister for Workplace Relations & Safety and Immigration. Also pictured is Michael Wood, Chief Government Whip.

    CrestClean’s Viky and Nileshna Narayan have scooped another prestigious business award just two weeks after picking up the title of Regional Master Franchisee of the Year. The couple, who look after the company’s Auckland South Region, won the Business Excellence in Health and Safety category at the annual Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards. Their win

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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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  • Switched on couple were first to go all-electric...

    Steve Kannewischer with his wife Lynne and stepson Sam Larkins with their Nissan Leaf.

    Former butcher Steve Kannewischer is proud to have staked a claim on being the first CrestClean franchisee to own an electric vehicle. Steve loves the fact that his Nissan Leaf is not only pollution free and good for the planet, it’s very cheap to run and is extremely reliable. “It’s a great little car and

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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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  • School has big focus on creating cleaner and...

    David White, Shotover Primary School Property Manager, with CrestClean’s Isamaeli Takitua.

    Students and staff at Queenstown’s Shotover Primary School have been doing their bit to help CrestClean personnel create a cleaner and tidier environment. CrestClean Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago Regional Master Franchisee Danny Mastroianni has been working closely with school property manager David White to bring greater efficiencies in the cleaning. Students are encouraged to

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  • CrestClean’s hand-hygiene training sessions helps school battle winter...

    Two youngsters check for “invisible germs” on their hands during a session on hand-hygiene presented by Gina Holland.

    A CrestClean manager has won praise from a Christchurch school principal for teaching kids about the importance of adopting good hand-hygiene habits. Gina Holland offered to run awareness sessions at Halswell Primary School after Stuart Cameron got in touch for advice following an unprecedented level of student absences due to winter bugs. He says Gina’s

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  • Stickers in te reo Maori encourage kids to...

    Matapihi School students Enchant'd Quinn, Kataraena Ngawhika-Kerr, Meeah-May Sullivan, Maioha Merritt-McDonald, and Alexis Ngatai.

    Six words in te reo Maori are helping to teach New Zealand kids good recycling habits. The words feature on a set of colourful bilingual stickers that are a key component of RecycleKiwi – a brand new initiative aimed at schools that offers guidance and advice on waste management and recycling. The stickers can transform

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  • CrestClean personnel join volunteers undertaking flax-planting project

    CrestClean’s Wellington personnel volunteered their time to join a community-led initiative to safeguard Baring Head. Hundreds of volunteers have been involved in the winter project to plant 5000 native harakeke. The CrestClean team was led by Zainab Ali, Wellington Regional Master Franchisee, her husband Raj and his sister Radhika Reddy. Personnel from CrestClean’s business partner,

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  • CrestClean couple join volunteers in beach clean-up of...

    CrestClean business owners Dominik Drahoninsky and Barbora Opavova have been praised for their part in making a community-led beach clean-up a big success. The couple joined dozens of other volunteers to collect rubbish on Auckland’s Muriwai Beach. Event organiser Christina Norton thanked CrestClean for providing buckets and equipment as an army of 60 people descended

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  • Business owners commended as vehicles and equipment scrutinised

    Everything came under close scrutiny during an audit of CrestClean’s vehicle fleet operating in the Tauranga region. Dozens of vans and cars were inspected in the wide-ranging checks, which also covered equipment and materials used by the franchised owner-operators.  Franchisees’ vehicles are required to be audited every six months to ensure they meet compliance guidelines

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