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What a week it's been. On Thursday we secured the cleaning of 110,000 panels on one site. It will be the biggest solar panel clean to be undertaken in the UK to date.

 

Then yesterday we secured a huge rooftop portfolio. It has over 100 sites all over the UK and each site has at least 200 panels on, some have 1,000.

 

We are on the lookout for subcontractors again to plug some gaps in our network. We have work secured already. If you are interested, please contact me through our website.

 

Yes, training is a requirement. Cheers.

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Guest boarcity

CANT UNDERSTAND WHY YOU LOVE BRAGGING.

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RealKidJoker
Well done Steve, no one cares

 

I'm interested.

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@Solar Steve the logistics & manpower must be a nightmare to even think of taking on a site so huge with 110,000 panels

 

May I ask from your experience how much pure does it actually takes to clean just one panel covered in shite on sites like this?

 

Also how quick do you think one heavily soiled panel can be cleaned by wfp properly?

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MTL property cleaning
What a week it's been. On Thursday we secured the cleaning of 110,000 panels on one site. It will be the biggest solar panel clean to be undertaken in the UK to date.

 

Then yesterday we secured a huge rooftop portfolio. It has over 100 sites all over the UK and each site has at least 200 panels on, some have 1,000.

 

We are on the lookout for subcontractors again to plug some gaps in our network. We have work secured already. If you are interested, please contact me through our website.

 

Yes, training is a requirement. Cheers.

What a week it's been. On Thursday we secured the cleaning of 110,000 panels on one site. It will be the biggest solar panel clean to be undertaken in the UK to date.

 

Then yesterday we secured a huge rooftop portfolio. It has over 100 sites all over the UK and each site has at least 200 panels on, some have 1,000.

 

We are on the lookout for subcontractors again to plug some gaps in our network. We have work secured already. If you are interested, please contact me through our website.

 

Yes, training is a requirement. Cheers.

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TolishAPurd
I had porridge for breakfast.

Do you sprinkle anything on the top or just have it plain?

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Alien Human
Do you sprinkle anything on the top or just have it plain?

 

Cinnamon all the way mate - what did you have for breakie today?

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TolishAPurd
Cinnamon all the way mate - what did you have for breakie today?

Nice. I had porridge as well mate, but I gave it a little squirt of golden syrup, they sell it in tubes now for your toast- delicious. I sometimes like a bit of bee poo (honey),or a scoop of chav spread (nutella) but the cupboard was all out. Its enough to make me stick on my string vest and go and slap my mrs about until she learns the importance of stock control.

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Nice. I had porridge as well mate, but I gave it a little squirt of golden syrup, they sell it in tubes now for your toast- delicious. I sometimes like a bit of bee poo (honey),or a scoop of chav spread (nutella) but the cupboard was all out. Its enough to make me stick on my string vest and go and slap my mrs about until she learns the importance of stock control.

 

Some solid options you've gone for there mate - Porridge rocks!

 

Nothing like a bit of brown sugar which crystallises as well.

 

My missus sneaks in some flax seeds which are ok tasting and apparently full of omega 3 and other good stuff.

 

The other good one is very fine porridge oats that you feed babies. As we have a little minion I quite often have a cold bowl full of this - delicious.

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TolishAPurd
Some solid options you've gone for there mate - Porridge rocks!

 

Nothing like a bit of brown sugar which crystallises as well.

 

My missus sneaks in some flax seeds which are ok tasting and apparently full of omega 3 and other good stuff.

 

The other good one is very fine porridge oats that you feed babies. As we have a little minion I quite often have a cold bowl full of this - delicious.

The importance of your omega 3s can never be underestimated mate. I like the sound of those fine oats too, reminds me of that Ready Brek stuff I used to have as a kid. Use to set me right up for the day.

 

Top recipes smurf, I might knock up a bowl tonight, the berry one if I can find some.

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Jake

Always have porridge in the morning,

Either:

 

brown sugar

Banana

Blueberries

Honey

Or a bit of butter

 

Best way to start the day!

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Alien Human
The importance of your omega 3s can never be underestimated mate. I like the sound of those fine oats too, reminds me of that Ready Brek stuff I used to have as a kid. Use to set me right up for the day.

 

Top recipes smurf, I might knock up a bowl tonight, the berry one if I can find some.

 

Ready Brek! That's what it is but Tescos version.

 

@Smurf - that vid is porridge porn :)

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Tuffers

Cold toast with butter and apricot jam for me :) oh and 2 Ertha Kits before I go out :think:

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Smurf

Well it seemed like everyone and his dog was going off topic so I thought I would join in :D

 

WTF Smurf :rofl:

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Alien Human
Cold toast with butter and apricot jam for me :) oh and 2 Ertha Kits before I go out :think:

 

As long as the toast isn't too well done / burnt then cold toast is yummy.

 

Soggy toast anyone......? :sick:

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Taxlossloz
What a week it's been. On Thursday we secured the cleaning of 110,000 panels on one site. It will be the biggest solar panel clean to be undertaken in the UK to date.

 

Then yesterday we secured a huge rooftop portfolio. It has over 100 sites all over the UK and each site has at least 200 panels on, some have 1,000.

 

We are on the lookout for subcontractors again to plug some gaps in our network. We have work secured already. If you are interested, please contact me through our website.

 

Yes, training is a requirement. Cheers.

Well done mate

Don't know what you've done to pee off one or two on this forum ( bit childish really )

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TolishAPurd
Well done mate

Don't know what you've done to pee off one or two on this forum ( bit childish really )

At first glance it might seem a bit out of order. But a lot of people on here spend a lot of time helping, encouraging, and offering advice on this forum. Whereas all Steve has ever done is come on to advertise, and brag. Imagine a bloke walking into a pub and saying "I have got considerably more money then yaoo".... and then walking straight out. Thats what these threads are about and always have been. That makes it sound like jealousy but its really not. If Smurf, Davey, CnC, yourself and any other regulars came on and said they had just bagged a multi million pound contract people would be over the moon for them and you would get nothing but 'likes', because you contribute, and help others. Just like in life, you lay the ground you walk on.

 

Sorry for waffling, just wanted to throw it out there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

hmmmm. Waffles, now they're nice with honey.:nod:

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cheapncheerful

yeh but ....

 

what did solar steve have for breakfast?

 

caviar..wtf...

 

The most expensive of all caviar, and indeed the world's most expensive food is 'Almas', from the Iranian Beluga fish - 1 kg (2 lb 3 oz) of this 'black gold' is regularly sold for £20,000 (then $34,500). Almas is produced from the eggs of a rare albino sturgeon between 60-100 years old, which swims in the southern Caspian Sea where there is apparently less pollution.

 

Caviar is traditionally eaten directly from the skin between the index finger and the thumb. The eggs are rolled slowly around the mouth and pop to release the flavour.

 

straight on toast...

 

which the butler serves him after putting on his 24 carat gold braided dressing gown.

 

sorry steve but windies always take the piss...

 

congrats on a great contract and keep healthy and busy for the future...

 

and DO keep us informed as gav likes the post count stats...:D he goes to bed with them every night..

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Alien Human
At first glance it might seem a bit out of order. But a lot of people on here spend a lot of time helping, encouraging, and offering advice on this forum. Whereas all Steve has ever done is come on to advertise, and brag. Imagine a bloke walking into a pub and saying "I have got considerably more money then yaoo".... and then walking straight out. Thats what these threads are about and always have been. That makes it sound like jealousy but its really not. If Smurf, Davey, CnC, yourself and any other regulars came on and said they had just bagged a multi million pound contract people would be over the moon for them and you would get nothing but 'likes', because you contribute, and help others. Just like in life, you lay the ground you walk on.

 

Sorry for waffling, just wanted to throw it out there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

hmmmm. Waffles, now they're nice with honey.:nod:

 

@Smurf eats multi million pound contracts for breakfast ........with honey :whistle:

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