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ECJ correspondent Lotte Printz takes a look at waste management and litter attitudes at music festivals in Denmark.
Plastic cups, food wrappers, cigarette butts. The music festival season is upon us. Where 50,000 people (festival-goers, volunteers and artists) are gathered every day of a festival, which is the case at the second-largest festival
News of a recent conference on food hygiene in Sorrento from Italian reporter Anna Garbagna.
There will certainly be a follow-up to the initiative in which Afidamp organised a seminar in Sorrento on the sanitisation processes within kitchens. At the end of the event, the association received a diploma of merit awarded by the heads of APCI
Oleg Popov of Cristanval in Russia explains how the Moscow underground is cleaned every day.
The Moscow subway was opened in 1935. Today, its 12 lines extend over 333 kilometres between 200 stations covering over one million square meters with 10,000 trains in operation. The capital’s underground is used by seven million passengers per day,
News of a new municipal scheme recognising cleanliness, from ECJ reporter Christian Bouzols.
The municipality of Saint-Germain-en-Laye near Paris was one of the first to be awarded the Top Star of the new Éco-propre label rewarding those French cities are committed to achieving lasting improvements in the cleanliness of their public
ECJ’s UK reporter Lynn Webster reflects on an intense period of retenders during May.
Following an intense time of tenders and retenders for and with clients, along with the focus on catching up after a very successful ISSA/INTERCLEAN, summer is upon us, and we can all enjoy the gifts of newness and possibility that spring has brought us.
Dutch reporter Nico Lemmens continues his discussion of aspects of service management, as developed by Christian Grönroos in his book ‘Service Management and Marketing’.
Grönroos introduced a service-oriented approach to quality in 1982 with the concept of perceived service quality.
Services are more or less subjectively