Mamre Anglican School Astro Turf & Concreted Ground Area Cleaning Requirements
Mamre Anglican College is a co-educational, kindergarten to year 12 day school.
The school sits on a 22hectare (54 Acre) site in rural Kemps Creek (Western Sydney).
Mamre Anglican College is a massive school with large grounds.
Its 54 acre facility required a high degree of manual cleaning in order to keep the site in workable condition, prior to the recommendations of ASC’s labour savings.
Prior to that, the School’s groundsmen were using tried and proven push brooms, shovels, rakes and petrol blowers to maintain the site.
The school has many different surfaces to clean and some were narrow areas, where artificial grass was partially covered by trees. There are also playground facilities, including Netball & Basketball courts. Its large soccer/hockey field is made from artificial grass, also known as Astro Turf.
The School’s Management had asked ASC’s Scott Campbell for help in precuring a heavy duty, low running cost solution to sweep not only the concreted areas but the hard to clean artificial grass as well.
The device recommended would need to be quiet in operation as the machine would be used throughout the school day.
Some school children had sensitive hearing and classroom noise disruption while the maintenance crew cleaned, was not an option.
ASC’s Scott Campbell demonstrated the ASC M3 sweeper to the school groundsman.
The machines performed flawlessly on both the Astro Turf as well as the concreted areas.
The school made the decision to invest in the battery/electric, fume free ASC Heavy Duty M3 sweeper.