Cleaning

Dirt and harmful materials are produced in surprisingly large quantities. They include oil and fuel dropped by vehicles, chewing gum and paper from the participants, and sand, mown grass, leaves, dirt from shoes, moss and algal growth and air pollution from the environment. All of these must be cleaned from the surface regularly by either manual or mechanical means. Manual cleaning can include rinsing with water jets, sweeping, applying cleaning agents, moss and weedkillers and pulling up weeds. Freezing agents for chewing gum, and high pressure water equipment are more specialized techniques.

General cleaning and 'house-keeping', should be carried out to a regular routine either daily or weekly; and these operations should be supplemented with a major clean on an annual basis using a high pressure suction method for in-depth cleaning. An adequate water supply for this purpose is required adjacent to the track.

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