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Nviro operates across southern England © iStock

25 September 2017 | Herpreet Kaur Grewal

Contract cleaner Nviro has struck a selection of deals worth about £4 million with clients old and new.


The company, which operates at 130 public and private sector companies across London and southern England, boosted its schools and colleges portfolio with deals worth a combined value of £2 million at Fareham College, Chichester Free School, Bishop Challoner Federation of Schools in East London, and King’s College School in Wimbledon.


In other sectors, it has secured a three-year, multi-lot deal with Sovereign Housing Association. It covers supported and general needs housing across four regions – Hampshire, Dorset & Wiltshire and the Isle of Wight, and is worth an initial £1 million. 


As well as winning return business with former client Yokogawa Marex, a specialist software solutions company in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, Nviro has taken a three-year deal with customer care outsourcing specialist Ascensos to provide all-inclusive facilities management incorporating security, washroom, waste management and feminine hygiene services at its new, purpose-built social media-based call centre on the Isle of Wight.


The company has also retained a potential 10-year contract with long-term partner Portsmouth International Port after its victory in a council-run competitive tender process. The contract runs for at least seven years, with an option to extend it for another three. This is also the first contract in which Nviro has incorporated a laser-guided Robo 2 cleaning machine. 


John French, Nviro sales and marketing director, said: “What is common across all of these contracts is that our highly trained, innovative and motivated teams are making a real difference to the health and well-being of our clients, some of which include the most vulnerable in our society – from young primary school children to the elderly and those living in general/sheltered housing.”