Greater Anglia launch new campaign to clean up their trains
- Credit: Greater Anglia
Greater Anglia is using new green technology to clean their trains faster and better.
Cleano machines, which clean windows and hard surfaces including walls and ceilings, are now being used at Crown Point depot, in Norwich, where trains Greater Anglia trains are deep-cleaned.
The Cleano machines are much quicker to use, meaning that train cleaners can clean more carriages in a day.
Martin Wink, Greater Anglia's Presentation Production Manager, said: 'We are committed to improving train cleanliness and the Cleanos have worked wonders on our trains – colleagues find them easy to use, they save time and they are better for the environment.
'We are investing in the cleanliness of our trains and we are very pleased that passengers are seeing improvements.'
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Each of Greater Anglia's 120 Intercity carriages are cleaned every day, however they are scheduled for a deep clean at the depot every 28 days.
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