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New Innovation. Not just an Above Ground Interceptor

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Here at Morclean we've been working hard for over 5 years, developing new and innovative products

First came the BlueBox, a totally surface mounted system that eliminates the need for an interceptor. It was closely followed by our GreyBox, which also negates the need for civil works, mess and excavation. Both systems are often installed (but not conditionally) with our hugely successful wash pad. Another totally surface mounted product. In order to explain what these products do, and the time and effort they save, we have to share with you (in pictures) the traditional way that involves excavation and civil works.  These are images taken at a project we managed, some time before we designed a better way of treating vehicle wash water, and the below installation took around 2 weeks to complete
These are images taken at a project we managed, some time before we designed a better way of treating vehicle wash water. The installation for this underground/ traditional interceptor took aroun…

Morclean Release New Floor Care Range

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A new range of scrubber driers and sweepers will soon be available at Morclean. From hand operated to pedestrian, push along to ride on, there is a machine to clean every area. Available from July 1st. The new floor care range from Morclean is robust, ergonomic and simple to use, with various safety features across the range. All of these new machines are built to industry quality, visually refined and have a simple, easy to use interface with safety switches and push button controls.
All of the products will vary, for example, many of the ride on machines may have flashing beacons, the pedestrian sweepers have easy access and changeable brushes... Here's a rough overview of some of the features the new range has to offer....
High quality design
Robust/ heavy duty chassis and toughened GRP construction 
Simple mechanical operations
Simple and easy to use controls
Highly manoeuvrable 
Electronic speed controls
Battery level indicator
Safety horn and flashing beacon 
Electric tank sensor and ea…

PRESS RELEASE... Going for Gold and Winning with Silver

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Article Composed by Clare Gaffoor - Morclean Marketing Assistant Significant new and innovative development of a unique filtration system for the range of Morclean bin wash machinesFrom 1st July  2016 all mainstream  Morclean bin wash models, including the best-selling bin wash ‘Custom Plus’  (as seen at the new Manchester Cleaning Show) will now have 5 stages of filtration. Most bin wash machines on the market today (previously including Morclean models) have 3 basic stages of filtration which are based on a micron level of fine mesh using industry standard gauze type filters.

NEW Product Range Soon Available at Morclean

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A new range of scrubber driers and sweepers will soon be available at Morclean. From hand operated to pedestrian, push along to ride on, there is a machine to clean every area.

The new floor care range from Morclean is robust, ergonomic and simple to use, with various safety features across the range. All of these new machines are built to industry quality, visually refined and have a simple, easy to use interface with safety switches and push button controls.

To find out more or to make an enquiry, please contact Morclean directly on 01246 471147 or email sales@morclean.comThank you for readingArticle Composed by Clare- Morclean Marketing

Our Innovative Product is Now Part of a Growing Family

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Here at Morclean we've been working hard for over 5 years, developing new and innovative products






First came the BlueBox, a totally surface mounted system that eliminates the need for an interceptor. It was closely followed by our GreyBox, which also negates the need for civil works, mess and excavation. Both systems are often installed (but not conditionally) with our hugely successful wash pad. Another totally surface mounted product In order to explain what these products do, and the time and effort they save, we have to share with you (in pictures) the traditional way that involves excavation and civil works.  These are images taken at a project we managed, some time before we designed a better way of treating vehicle wash water, and the below installation took around 2 weeks to complete Now let's look again at an installation that took our team of 2 installers about 3 hours to fit...... Do we need to say more. So what's next...? During the development we've found new and…

Morclean's New Bin Wash Systems Now Come with a Silver Lining...

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Morclean's new bin wash system now comes with a silver liningMost bin wash machines on the market today (previously including Morclean models) have 3 basic stages of filtration which are based on a micron level of fine mesh using industry standard gauze type filters.


The water is filtered sufficiently to be perfectly good enough to be re-used throughout the day, but the water isn’t particularly clean given that the operators are washing out contaminated waste bins.
If a finer micron filter is used they tend to ‘blind’ (which basically means block) and so filters with large enough holes tend to be used so that water can be re-used all day without blocking.
However Morclean have recognised bacteria will build up in the system and the overspray of atomised water from the jet washing activity will contain airborne bacteria. It can be assumed the bacteria would build up and increase and grow during the day.
The new Morclean systemMorclean have been developing a new system where we use addi…

A Rubbish Epidemic: Morclean Machines Tackle Litter Worldwide

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Unsustainable production, consumption patterns, poor waste management strategies and lack of awareness, appear to be the primary causes for rubbish epidemic, according to recent studies. 
With 14 million tons of litter collected from the streets across Europe every year and a further 6.4 million tons of litter ending up in the oceans, litter build up and disposal is fast becoming one of the biggest threats of the future.  The European Litter Prevention Association (ELPA) are working on various schemes and established activities and partnerships with the aim of achieving a litter-free Europe by 2030. 

One associated partnership, The Helping Hands Environmental, have joined up with ELPA to offer support for Europe-wide clean-up activities and to also help research the varying approaches and attitudes towards street cleansing and littering in Europe. 

In some countries, litter is still collected by hand, environmental and educational policies simply do not exist to provide any legislation or…