Discusses the problems and characteristics in providing cleaning services for difficult sites, using examples of a small shopping centre and an urban housing estate. Considers the specification of cleaning services, cleaning times and attendance levels, prescribing equipment and materials, problem solving, and monitoring. Concludes that just as much as every client needs a good contractor, every contractor needs a good client to run a successful cleaning programme on a difficult site.
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