England and Wales Cricket Board & StadiaCare - StadiaCare

England and Wales Cricket Board & StadiaCare

4th August 2020

StadiaCare has been appointed by the ECB to provide essential cleaning and support services to touring International cricket teams during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Derbyshire’s Incora County Ground will be used as the bio-secure venue for England Women this summer following on from Pakistan Men’s test side prior to a tour of England encompassing a three-test series and three international T20 fixtures.

StadiaCare has cleaning teams on-site 24/7 delivering extensive cleaning programs that meet ECB criteria for their BioSecure training camp bubbles. All staff and managers working on the site are routinely tested for Covid-19 and fully accredited by The ECB.

The plans around obtaining bio-security are intricate, including perimeter control, testing sites, and green zones designating where particular groups are able to be within the “inner core” of the venue.

All products used on this project are athlete-friendly and do not harm player lung function capability, as such the products we use kill Covid-19, whilst they are also plant-based, organic products with no animal testing.

We are delighted to be playing our part in getting professional sport back into peoples lives at this time, in a safe and secure way.

If you would like to discuss how we can help your stadium in the Covid-19 era then please get in touch.

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