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Acorn Environmental and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Dear Customer

 

In light of the developments around Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that we have implemented measures ensuring our business can provide you with the best possible service during this time.

Our office-based staff have the ability to work from home if it is deemed necessary in order to provide our customers with continued support.

 

During this time, we will continue to fulfil our contractual obligations where practicable with the use of our usual mobile work force and part time staff, and where necessary our emergency response teams. We will do our best to continue to offer the additional services, such as bulk refuse removal and gutter clearances etc. However, there may be delays in some of these services should we need to step in and complete deep cleans for some of our more vulnerable and high-risk clients i.e. schools and sheltered accommodation sites.

 

Acorn’s staff have all had communication regarding what they can do to try to help reduce the spread of the infection not only in their homes but within our clients’ sites as well.

 

As our staff, and certainly our cleaning staff will be on your site(s) regularly, and to ensure that our staff are protected, we would ask that you inform us as soon as possible of the following:

 

·       Any confirmed cases at your site(s)

·       Anyone from your site(s) that is self-isolating

 

This information will allow us to make an informed decision as to how best to proceed on a site by site basis.

 

As a company our plan is to:

 

·       Identify employees at increased risk

·       Have the ability for our office staff to work from home with uninterrupted phone access should the need to isolate arise

·       Using remote access software to ensure we are able to continue to communicate with our clients

·       Follow the latest government guidelines to reduce the chances of infection and the spread of the virus

·       On-going communication with suppliers and clients allowing back-up plans to be implemented quickly

 

Acorn Environmental is committed to continue to provide the highest levels of service. Should we have any unexpected circumstances which may affect supply of goods and services, we will clearly communicate this to our customers via the normal communication channels.

 

If you have any questions or concerns in the meantime please do not hesitate to contact us:

 

·       By phone 020 8640 8800

·       By email ops@acorn-ev.com

o   Linda@acorn-ev.com

o    Val@acorn-ev.com

o   admin@acorn-ev.com

o   accounts@acorn-ev.com

 

Need to clean your oven racks FAST? There are a few quick tricks and hacks you can use to get them sparkling so that your Christmas dinner tastes as good as it should

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Your oven racks need cleaning. No, really, take a look – we’d like to bet we’re right. Unless you’ve used our guide to how to clean an oven recently, it’s likely your oven racks have summer and autumn’s dinners caked on to them – which means just one thing: a Christmas dinner that doesn’t taste as good as it could.
Why? Because if your oven racks are cooking caked on food at the same time as your oven’s cooking your festive feast, the flavours will inevitably mix. So, if you want your oven in its best possible state before Christmas, get those racks cleaned this weekend – even if you ignore the rest of the oven. Here are three quick ways to do so (four, if you count the oven cleaners). Little elbow grease and no harsh chemicals required in the first three.

1. CLEAN YOUR OVEN RACKS IN A BIN LINER
Split a bin liner down one side to create a pocket. Put your first oven rack inside and coat it on both sides with a paste made of baking soda and white vinegar (you can mix this yourself – it just needs to be thick enough to cling on to the oven racks, so experiment with quantities). Repeat the process on the other racks, then just tuck the bag shut on the two open sides. Leave overnight, then rinse off the next morning in the kitchen sink. Putting them through the dishwasher will make it more effortless still.

2. CLEAN OVEN RACKS IN THE BATH
Fill the bath with enough hot, soapy water to cover the racks. Leave them to soak overnight, then let the water out and use a brush or cloth to work off any grime that’s clinging to them in the morning. Run clean water over them to rinse the soap off.
Then clean the bath…

3. USE STEAM, IN THE OVEN
Fill an oven proof dish with water and a couple of cut lemons. Put it into the oven and turn up the heat (as high as you can). Keeping an eye on the water levels, let the water begin to evaporate – the lemon will help cut through the grease.
Remove the bowl and the racks at the end of the process, once they’ve cooled a little, and use a plastic spatula to remove any clinging grime. Then just rinse the racks clean

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© Acorn Environmental Services 2020

Acorn Environmental Services,
Riverside, Wandle Trading Estate,
Mitcham, Surrey CR4 4HW

Reg'd In England & Wales No. 0181 6463

SITE DESIGNED & POWERED BY Tinder Corporation Ltd