Robert Scott is supporting local charities with donations of a chemical-free cleaning solution to keep their premises clean in the fight against the spread of Coronavirus. The comapny, which is headquartered in Greenfield, made contact with several local charities with the offer of providing a supply of sanitising solution made using its on-site Toucan Eco bio-cleaning system.
Team members from L’Arche Manchester and The Booth Centre welcomed the donations at a time when cleaning is of the utmost importance for their residents and staff. Pete Johnson from L’Arche has been collecting the solution for both charities from Robert Scott and distributing to both sites.
Nem Tomlinson, acting community leader at L’Arche Manchester, saidd: “We are a small charity providing supported living for people with learning disabilities. Some of the people we support are quite medically fragile and so ensuring their houses are clean and sanitised, whilst remaining homely, is of huge importance to us. The product has been easy to use and has helped people feel reassured that our houses are really clean, which is so important in the current circumstances. We’re also really happy to be using a product that’s eco-friendly as that’s important to our values. The donation has given us peace of mind when we need it most.” The Toucan Eco solution is a multi-surface disinfectant cleaner made from just water, salt and electricity that kills 99.999% of microorganisms, including viruses. It’s safe and environmentally friendly, and replaces 80% of chemical cleaners and the single use plastic bottles they are supplied in. Alastair Scott, sales director at Robert Scott, added: “Everyone is pulling together in these challenging times and we want to help those in need working on the frontline in our local community. While we can only supply the solution for a limited weekly no-contact collection, we’re happy to be able to help provide a small relief to local organisations at a time when it’s needed to help with their own cleaning requirements.”