Why Beach Events Require Professional Cleaning

Thursday 27th July 2023

Ellen Warren

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As the warm weather begins to roll in, more outdoor events will start, and some of these may include beach parties. These events can be fun, but they require a lot of vigilance and professional cleaning to prevent pollution and keep the area safe for the next occupants.

At ICE Cleaning, we are an event cleaning company that offers beach event clean-up services among this line. We can help you clean an event venue before, during, and after to ensure the site is safe for your guests and the next occupants that use it.

Read on to learn more about why professional cleaning on beaches after an event is integral.

What is event cleaning?

Event cleaning is a specialised commercial cleaning service accommodating individuals hosting an event. These events can range from small dinners to large concerts, with every cleaning stage handled by professional cleaners with cleaning qualifications.

Before the event

It is important that the event space is clean before it starts. This process includes decluttering, sanitising high-traffic areas, and providing waste bins. Depending on the venue, this approach can change and add new tasks, but it is always a vital step.

During the event

Keeping waste bins empty, restocking bathroom necessities, and cleaning surfaces as we go is part of ensuring a venue's cleanliness during an event. Ensuring there is always an avenue to dispose of waste prevents litter build-up and removes hazards.

After the event

Once the crowds have dispersed and you can analyse the aftermath, it is time to start cleaning. Although this is the hardest part of the process, it must be meticulous and completely sanitise the area, so it is safe for the next occupants to use.

Why professional cleaning can benefit your event

The burden of cleaning for an event eats away at your time, and it is hard to juggle all the tasks. It also takes away precious time that could be spent doing other important tasks for the event, including the stock of food and drink and music arrangements.

With professional services, you do not have to worry about cleaning tasks and can be sure the event venue is completely decontaminated. This keeps your guests safe and limits the spread of any airborne germs from the common cold, flu, and COVID-19.

When you no longer have cleaning at the forefront of your mind with your event, you can focus on other elements of the event and make it an excellent time for your guests.

How to organise your beach event with cleaning in mind

Because a beach is an environmentally sensitive area prone to littering, keeping it clean throughout the event will help make clean-up easier. When planning your beach party, always plan with cleanliness in mind.

The best way to keep the beach clean is to create a checklist of what you need for the party and provide enough waste disposal avenues for guests. You can also:

  • Provide waste bins and bags for guests
  • Use recyclable or biodegradable packaging
  • Keep food safe from local wildlife
  • Clean up after pets immediately
  • Use reusable containers
  • Use portable ashtrays

Taking an eco-friendly route with your beach event is the best way to prevent an accumulation of litter and dirt, and make clean-up easier to handle.

What you should do after a beach event

Once your beach event has concluded, you must begin work immediately to ensure that you collect any loose debris and recycle everything accordingly. If you have hired a specialist cleaning team, this process will be easier, but you are responsible for ensuring all waste is disposed of safely.

If you hired any equipment or beach furniture for the day, you must return them to the owners as soon as possible. When you leave the beach, you must take leftover food and drink with you to prevent the local wildlife from ingesting it and affecting their diets.

Ensure that you recycle any waste left over in the correct waste bins and that any plastic is taken off-site to be disposed of properly. An expert cleaning crew can assist you with this if you choose to hire them.

Get in touch

You can rely on our team at ICE Cleaning for all your event cleaning needs. Our technicians are IOSH and BISCs accredited and are the most reliable cleaners for your beach event. We could be on-site within a few hours to help you clean before, during, and after your event.

To learn more about our event cleaning services, reach out to our team at 0208 066 0360 or enquiries@icecleaning.co.uk. We are available 24/7, every day of the year, and can attend your event in an emergency at your earliest convenience.

Reilly Peters

Reilly Peters

Business Development Manager

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