Kicking sanitation goals in COVID-19 with Hills Football

Chempower & Hills Football kick a goal for sanitation and team sports

Team sport restrictions are lifting and Chempower Australia is proud to partner with Hills Football in ensuring effective sanitation practices  to help keep its community safe.

Chempower Australia’s Technical Sales Representative Boris Manente and Hills Football Business Manager Eddie Palaci worked together to create a sanitation pack for 22 clubs in the Hills competition. The association has 13,000 registered players across juniors, men’s and women’s football.

Boris has the technical knowledge in effective sanitation practices. So he was able to prepare Hills Football for the standards that need to be in place for them to start playing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eddie found his interaction with Boris and Chempower “easy, informative and supportive”. Chempower Australia has been been able to provide Hills Football with a high level of confidence in the sanitation practices that will be in place for its players.

Now, go kick some goals, Hills!

Does your sports club need help with Coronavirus hygiene & sanitation obligations?  We can help with a Chempower COVID 19 Hygiene & Compliance Package tailored to suit the sanitation goals that your grassroots sporting club has in COVID-19. Contact Chempower for more information.

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