Sheffield based company, Bardon Environmental launch new specialist disinfection service in response to COVID-19 pandemic.

2nd June 2020

A Sheffield based, HSE Licensed asbestos abatement company with over 40 years’ experience in the industry, Bardon Environmental, has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, by diversifying its services and launching Bardon SafeSpace.

This new service specialises in virus eradication and prevention using the latest electrostatic spraying technology.

The state-of-the-art electrostatic disinfection application can be used alongside current internal cleaning processes and Coronavirus business protection strategies. The disinfectant is proven to be effective against Coronavirus (COVID-19), killing in minutes up to 99.99% of all microbes.

“As shops, schools, offices, and other public places explore ways of opening and operating safely, people need to confident that the areas they are frequenting are safe and sanitary.” says Managing Director, Darren Crookes. “This ‘spray & go’ technology enables organisations to not only fulfil their health and safety obligations, but it will ensure that businesses remain operational as well as bring peace of mind.”

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