European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards winner - Incentive QAS

27th of April 2020
European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards winner - Incentive QAS

The concept of sustainability runs right through the heart of Incentive QAS instead of simply being an “add-on”, says managing director Jamie Wright. And this is what earned the company the 2019 European Cleaning & Hygiene Award for Sustainability Best Practice, he says.

Concern for the environment has become a prominent topic

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European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards winner - Derrycourt

22nd of April 2020
European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards winner - Derrycourt

Derrycourt considers its staff to be its greatest resource – which is why the company has won the European Cleaning & Hygiene Award for Investment in Training for the second year running. Learning and development manager Laura Keogh talks us through Derrycourt’s ethos.

Derrycourt is a European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards

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European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards winner - Buitengewoon-Facilicom

20th of April 2020
European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards winner - Buitengewoon-Facilicom

Buitengewoon-Facilicom does its utmost to recruit candidates who are keen to work – however poor their job prospects may seem on paper. So the ground-breaking social enterprise was a worthy winner of the 2019 European Cleaning & Hygiene Award for Commitment to Diversity in the Workforce.

Looking for a job can be a daunting process.

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The dizzy heights of cleaning Kia Oval

19th of September 2019
The dizzy heights of cleaning Kia Oval

The Oval is one of the UK’s iconic cricket grounds, in fact it was one of the 11 selected to host Cricket World Cup games over the summer. Before that however, a thorough makeover was needed on one of the stands and Stadium Support Services was brought in to carry out the work.

Based in south London, the Oval (known for sponsorship reasons

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Taiwan - concerned about cleanliness

17th of July 2019
Taiwan - concerned about cleanliness

The Taiwanese cleaning industry is getting a little bit bigger every year, as it is turning from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market, resulting in very low payment for cleaners. Yet, when Bobbie van der List travels through the country it seems to be a respected job, and keeping the public spaces clean seems to be ingrained in

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Why apps make sense

29th of May 2019
Why apps make sense

More and more cleaning operations are being run on-site with the help of digital apps, which can offer a wide range of management information including quality auditing, daily reports, instant reporting and staff time & attendance. ECJ speaks to a developer of the technology, and a cleaning company seeing significant benefits from

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