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New equipment helps keep Stansted airport station clean

Greater Anglia has invested in a cleaning robot to help keep Stansted Airport railway station sanitised and sparkling.

Greater Anglia has invested more than £23,000 in an Eco Bot 50, a robotic machine which quickly and efficiently cleans and dries platforms and concourses.

Talking benches will welcome back passengers at Essex rail stations

A project to install ‘talking benches’ at rail stations in Essex will offer people information about the local area as they wait for trains.

The innovative benches have been installed at Alresford, Braintree and Manningtree, with Manningtree the first station in the country to receive one.

The talking benches feature a button which, when pressed, tells the story of the area and will provide interest to those waiting for trains - but is also aimed at tackling social isolation and loneliness by helping to provide a place for people to connect and chat.

Greater Anglia reveals stats behind keeping train carriages sanitised

Greater Anglia has used over 26,500 litres of anti-viral disinfectant in the last 12 months as the company has stepped up cleaning and sanitising inside trains to keep rail passengers safe in the pandemic.

The company’s rigorous sanitisation regime includes using a total of seven fogging guns every night at four depots across the network to spray a fine mist of anti-viral disinfectant inside train carriages to kill off bacteria and viruses in the air, on floors, furniture, walls, ceilings and other surfaces.