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Hygiene Services Swansea

Hygiene Services Swansea

Our experts can help you with a range of products and services including:

  • Sanitary collection and disposal.
  • Aircare purification and fragrancing
  • Hand sanitising and drying
  • Dental waste and collection servicing
  • Sharps waste and collection servicing
  • Entrance and workplace mats

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phs Group are the leading hygiene services provider in the UK, Spain and Ireland. With over 120,000 customers over 300,000 locations, supporting everything from restaurants to offices, and from hospitals to schools, we meet the needs of up to 100 million people.

Healthcare, washroom and floorcare hygiene are our business, and alongside our hygiene experts we have specialist businesses meeting the needs of specific businesses.

The leading washroom services supplier in the UK. Let us show you why, get a free quote.

We work with organisations of all sizes right across the UK and Ireland to ensure they meet their duty of care obligations and provide fully-serviced, hygienic washrooms that meet the needs of their specific visitors and staff.

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Facts about Swansea

Facts about Swansea

For pretty much 300 years Swansea was an English town

The Norman lords who founded the town in about 1106 brought in English settlers with names like Baker, Wrench, Bassett, Butler, Constable, Langton, Jordan, Porter, Perkin and Tomkin; and the old street names are all English - High, Castle, Wind etc

Until the 1800s Swansea was tiny

Where the railway station, Swansea Museum, the Quadrant and Mount Pleasant Chapel are today would all be outside the town. And the population probably did not rise above 2,000 before 1760.

The market used to be at the top of Wind Street

The only building in Swansea was an open shelter on pillars, built in the 1640s. Otherwise, it was a higgledy-piggledy assortment of stalls in the streets around there.

St Mary Street was known as Butter Street, and between 1813 and 1821 Robert Anderson was employed to stretch a chain across it on market days, probably to check marauding cattle. It moved to Oxford Street in 1820.

Swansea Castle was enormous

The remains of the 14th century architecture at the top of Wind Street survived the blitz, but is only about 10% of what once stood. The north castle gate was near Argos in High Street, and the western wall as far out as McDonald's.

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Areas we cover

  • The Mumbles
  • Port Talbot
  • Gorseinon
  • Llanelli
  • Pontardawe
  • Pyle
  • Porthcawl
  • Bridgend
  • Ystradgynlais
  • Pontarddulais

And many more!

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