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It is best to clear snow soon after it has fallen, since fresh snow is easier to remove. Ideally snow needs to be cleared before it turns to ice.

“Resist the temptation to pour hot water over ice to melt it,” is the snow safety advice of Alex Pitt, director of snow-clearing equipment experts Tracmaster. “This is a short-term solution, as once it cools it will freeze over the existing ice making the problem worse. Salt or grit is a better approach.”

As snow hits Britain today, causing disruption to schools, business and travel, West Sussex based Tracmaster established for 25 years, is offering advice and equipment for safe and effective snow and ice clearance.

Alex Pitt, a leading light in snow and ice management is available for interviews, comments and expert advice. He warns; “It is best to clear snow soon after it has fallen, since fresh snow is easier to remove. Ideally snow needs to be cleared before it turns to ice.”

For further information on Tracmaster’s snow clearance machinery tel: 01444 247689 or visit www.tracmaster.co.uk

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