Why would the fridge be dripping meat or fish though?
Most work fridges contain lunches to be eaten that day or ingredients bought that day to take home. This is not how it works out, of course. Periodically, one particular person sends round angry, indignant emails about smells emanating from the fridge (to be fair she sits next to one) as stuff is going mouldy. But the finger cannot be pointed at any particular food group (or indeed person, it seems...)
I don't know if anyone ever cleans our fridges
I think only if we request it. Our cleaners' job is just to vacuum, I think wipe down desks very occasionally - not really supposed to touch our desks - and wash mugs and glasses.
The only other gripe is people microwaving very smelly fishy things. Again, an annoyance for everyone, regardless of diet.
I am an 'ethical' vegetarian (although I realize I am not ethical enough now...) I don't like confrontation so I have spent more than 30 years assiduously being very low profile about it. There is a breed of meat eaters who can be very antagonistic towards our, one assumes, presumed silent moral disapprobation towards them.
And I thought all young folk (for this is, really who we are talking about?) were moral relativists anyway. (= anyone can have the moral opinion they want as long as it doesn't bother me...?!)
“In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer." Albert Camus