Veolia Middle East, a global leader in optimised resource management, has launched a new quick response disinfection service, to help organisations to decrease downtime and take preventative steps, quickly and efficiently. The new ‘Back on Site and Safe’ disinfection initiative is in direct response to Veolia customers’ needs and is designed to ensure compliant treatment for businesses that need disinfection after lockdown, prior to, during reopening and on a regular basis thereafter to ensure continuous protection.
Delivered by the company’s emergency response teams, the ‘Back on Site and Safe’ service includes a range of offers covering workplace sanitization, air system preservation and indoor water network sanitation. It aims to provide a quick and professional response to help resume or maintain economic activity, in a work environment that is controlled over the long term. By using this approach, organisations across the UAE can help guarantee business continuity and minimise risk to employees and customers.
Compliant with the UAE’s latest health guidelines on infection control, the new service has been developed by Veolia’s leading experts in exposure to hazardous environments and is available to corporate offices, commercial clients, superstores and hypermarkets, public buildings, and industrial sites.
Sébastien Chauvin, CEO of Veolia Middle East says: “Veolia Middle East is continuously working to enhance prevention, limit, and contain the spread of COVID-19. After analysing our customers’ needs, we are proud to offer a customised service that combines our different areas of expertise. Through our new ‘Back on Site and Safe’ disinfection services, we are going one step further by providing innovative solutions that protect the health and safety of employees and customers, while enabling businesses to resume operations in the best conditions possible.”
Veolia’s expert and dedicated teams can fully disinfect workspace and hard to reach areas on-site, using fogging based units, bio-cleaning, and specialist spray surface applications. In partnership with Enova, a joint venture between Majid Al Futtaim and Veolia, the ‘Back on Site and Safe’ disinfection service can be complemented by continuous air system control and preservation. Through indoor air quality audits and online monitoring with the remote monitoring and reporting platform Hubgrade, Enova ensures buildings are provided with fresh air and specific setpoint adjustments to help increase the range of ventilation and reduce the risk of airborne virus transmissions. Companies can also benefit from Veolia’s indoor water network sanitation service, which helps prepare the continuation of business activities after a period of building lockdowns.
As businesses begin to return to normal operations, Veolia’s new ‘Back on Site and Safe’ disinfection service aims to eradicate health and safety risks and help businesses and other organisations ensure the ongoing safety of employees and customers.