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Rebrand announced for Mitie cleaning division

05 May 2016

Mitie has announced that it has rebranded its Environmental+ cleaning business to Clean Environments.

Announced earlier today, the rebrand has been carried out to better reflect the increasing number of services delivered and sectors covered, the company stated.

It now offers contract cleaning, food hygiene, window cleaning, technical and industrial cleaning, events management and flooring renovation.

Mitie further stated that the business has seen particular growth within the healthcare sector, attributed to the introduction of patient dining, domestic services and porterage services.

The Clean Environments business is now one of Mitie's largest divisions, with over 30,000 employees working across the UK.

Its managing director, Bob Forsyth, said: "What we deliver has evolved, and our services encompass far more than cleaning."

He further stated that growth and development of the business has driven the rebrand "to represent our true proposition".

"Clean Environments will continue to promote innovation and the use of technology to improve the working lives of our people and the efficient running of contracts for our clients," he said.

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