Hospitals in a northern Indian city are replacing their white bed linen with rainbow-coloured alternatives.
Two government-run healthcare institutions in Gurgaon near New Delhi are to colour-code their sheets in a bid to improve cleanliness and hygiene.
"This is a simple and effective way of differentiating between used and fresh linen," said
London's reopened Design Museum selects Julius Rutherfoord as specialist cleaning and soft FM services provider18th of January 2017
London's Design Museum, which is set to become the world's leading museum of contemporary design and architecture as it reopens in a spectacular new location, has chosen Julius Rutherfoord as its specialist cleaning and soft FM services provider.
The museum's new home is in a landmark building from the 1960s in Kensington High Street, where it
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The Chinese city of Xi'an, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, is to appoint "toilet chiefs" this year, the city tourism bureau has announced.
The city aims to ensure all public toilets and those in restaurants and entertainment venues meet national standards in terms of sufficient numbers and cleanliness.
Pupils of UK schools are being prevented from bringing in cardboard toilet roll cores due to fears that they could spread disease.
Teachers have alerted parents to the ban quoting alleged health and safety guidelines. However, government officials have denounced these as an "urban myth".
Parents at one nursery school in County Durham were told
Spanish law voids Court of Auditors and Madrid Education cleaning tender competitions because of below-cost pricing9th of January 2017
The courts in Spain have ruled that both the Board of Education of the Community of Madrid and the Court of Auditors rerun the public tender competitions for the award of the cleaning services in their respective buildings because they were put out to tender at less than cost.
The Professional Association of Cleaning Companies (Aspel) brought