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AMS Global Group delivers free disinfection service to charities

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AMS Global Group delivers free disinfection service to charities



A marine and safety specialist is offering it’s near 100 per cent disinfection service for free to charities in Aberdeen.

AMS Global Group has worked with Zoono to deliver a services which is proven to have a 99.9999% rate of disinfection against coronavirus for up to 30 days on surfaces.

The company has also worked with CFine, one of the north-east’s most important social enterprises, to deliver Zoono, as well as their full, weekly disinfection treatment using its AM71 service, to help CFine safely maintain the delivery of emergency food and other essential items, which has seen unprecedented demand since the lock down was put in place.

Neil Carr, Director, AMS Global Group said: “When the pandemic hit it became apparent to us that our disinfection systems would be critical to the operations of key charities and other organisations in the city and we wanted to help.

“Our new service has been proven to disinfect and decontaminate areas and keep surfaces free from pathogens for up to 30 days. AMS are delighted to have been able to support organisations that have played a critical role in supporting our community in what has been a difficult time for all.”

Fiona Rae, Depute CEO of CFINE said: “AMS have provided an invaluable service throughout Covid ensuring our premises and vehicles have been disinfected on a weekly basis. All this work has been carried out free of charge and we are hugely grateful to the team at AMS for their support during this difficult time – Thank you!”

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AMS is licensed and approved to deploy Zoono in Scotland and exclusively in the Grampian region.

Dennis Montgomery, Managing Director, Zoono Scotland said: “Zoono Group are delighted to have AMS Global Group on board and assisting organisations in the north of Scotland to operate safely and free of pathogen infection.”



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