Government cuts are bringing uncertainty about the cleaning of schools in Italy, reports Anna Garbagna.
There is uncertainty about cleaning services for 4,000 school buildings across Italy - a reduction in personnel of around 11,000 operatives and a tax of about 15 million euros will weigh on companies following the government’s decision.
The French cleaning industry is discovering that sustainability policies can result in benefits to the bottom line, reports Christian Bouzols.
The French cleaning industry is finding ways to make environmental protection tie in with savings. After all, companies are faced with constantly changing regulations, rises in the cost of fuel, climate
Our correspondent in Scandinavia, Petra Sjouwerman, reports from Denmark. In this small Scandinavian country, the Council for Better Hygiene has organised the National School Toilet Day to highlight the importance of clean school toilets.
Did you ever try holding it in for a couple of hours? Four, five, six hours? So long that your stomach starts
Thomas Schulte-Marxloh in Germany explains how broadcasting fees are impacting on the industry.
Since the reform of the public service broadcasting fees in 2013, a number of lawsuits have been filed against the new regulation. The fee has to be paid by every household or company, whether a receiver (TV set, radio, computer or smart phone) is
Nico Lemmens of ISS Facility Services in the Netherlands reports on independent body VSR.
Vereniging Schoonmaak Research VSR (Association for Cleaning Research) is an independent Dutch platform for all parties directly or indirectly involved in contract cleaning: cleaning companies, clients, ‘in-house’ cleaning service firms,
ECJ’s UK reporter examines how events around the country affect the cleaning sector.
You may think that cleaning is exempt from all the political, financial and personal pressures that surround us. This is far from being the case for our business and personal lives are affected as much as anyone else and in a very literal sense we are