Keeping tools clean

Keeping a site clean shows a committed and professional workforce.

Site cleanliness is important for various reasons including safety, appearance and productivity. It can also reduce environmental degradation that can be caused by carbon emissions and toxic pollutants.

The below example shows how one site achieved this:

  • The site is using a system of cleaning plasterers’ tools in chemically infused water that reclaims the plaster and allows clean water to be disposed of, avoiding plaster fines running into the drains;
  • This has previously been used for painting equipment but has been modified for plastering tools.

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Monitor report. Overbury plc. Leicestershire. April 2016


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