A SWINDON company has been awarded the cleaning contract for the Wiltshire Football Association.

Nanogreen Cleaning Ltd will be ensuring the organisation’s new £1.7 million facility is kept tidy and spotless.

The site in Devizes aims to improve quality and access to football facilities in the county.

Several partners pitched in to fund the project, including the Wiltshire FA, The FA, Devizes Town Council, and the Football Foundation.

Nanogreen is based in Westmead Industrial Estate and specialises in delivering commercial cleaning and facilities management across Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds.

It has helped organisations in the transport, hospitality, health, education, storage, warehousing, and housing industries as well as sheltered accommodation.

Managing director Craig Duff said: “We are delighted to be awarded the cleaning contract for the Wiltshire FA.

“Our reputation for our work in providing environmental cleaning services and work improving social impact is growing and providing us with more opportunities to work with clients like this one.”

Wiltshire FA CEO Oliver Selfe said: “We are delighted to have appointed Nanogreen as our cleaning contractors. I was initially sold by the company’s values of honesty and integrity.

“These values align with the Wiltshire FA's values.

"In addition, having spoken to Craig it was clear that the company is committed to providing opportunities for people from the local community and this aligns with the Wiltshire FA's vision to unite the community and provide football for all.”

Earlier this year, Nanogreen helped carry out deep cleans at schools all over Swindon by using a misting machine.

The device covered surfaces in disinfectant through the use of a fogging technique that spread a fine mist which reached into all nooks and crannies.

Staff hoped this extra-thorough cleanse gave school teachers and students reassurance and confidence that they are returning to facilities that have been made safe of Covid-19 and other dangerous bacteria.