Fighting back against litter

14th of November 2017
Fighting back against litter

From France, Christian Bouzols reports on a major change in policy by the local authority responsible for tackling litter in Marseille.

Starting from September, the Aix-Marseille-Provence metropolitan authority, which is responsible for street cleaning and litter collection,has been deploying a new system to improve the cleanliness of downtown

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The drive for professionalism

13th of November 2017
The drive for professionalism

In Russia, a new sector association has been formed by the largest cleaning companies. Oleg Popov of Cristanval Cleaning reports for ECJ.

In Russia this year an unprecedented event took place – the largest players of the cleaning market decided to jointly create an industry association designed to create a service market which will be more

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The Nordic choice of saying no

13th of November 2017
The Nordic choice of saying no

What does a hotel bed do in the hotel lobby? Is lying in it for six daylight hours good for anything? And what has it all got to do with cleaning? ECJ’s Scandinavian correspondent Lotte Printz explains.

If you happened to check in at one of Nordic Choice’s five hotels in Drammen or Kristiansand in Norway, in Norrköping or

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Environmental software endorsed

10th of November 2017
Environmental software endorsed

Italian correspondent Anna Garbagna brings news of a new software for cleaning companies.

Less than a year after its launch in Rome last October followed by its presentation at the Pulire exhibition in May, SOS CAM – the software which allows cleaning companies to introduce CAM (Criteri Ambientali Minimi) - Environmental Minimum Criteria -

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Recognising a hacker

10th of November 2017
Recognising a hacker

Netherlands correspondent Jacco Vonhof, chairman of VSR, reports on a new book about hacking and its implication for cleaning companies and suppliers.

Many companies and private individuals think: “I have nothing to hide. I wouldn’t be of interest to a hacker.” But research journalist Maria Genova dispensed a rude awakening for

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A new brilliance for concert hall

9th of November 2017
A new brilliance for concert hall

German correspondent Alexandra Lachner reports from Hamburg’s famous new concert hall.

One of the now most famous concert halls in Germany opened its doors at the beginning of the year: the Elbe Philharmonic Concert Hall in Hamburg. The new glass building reaches 110 metres into the sky. There are some 1,000 glass elements making up around

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