Pulire Verona launches Product of the Year award

20th of March 2019
Pulire Verona launches Product of the Year award

Entries are now open for a new award being launched at this year's Pulire cleaning exhibition in Verona, italy - Product of the Year Pulire 2019.

All exhibitors are eligible to enter and the winner will be announced on the first day of the show, May 21. The jury of industry experts will evaluate all products entered on the basis of quality,

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The European Social Dialogue: exchanges for the challenges ahead

19th of March 2019
The European Social Dialogue: exchanges for the challenges ahead

The European Cleaning and Facility Services Industry (EFCI) is the recognised European social partner by the European Commission for our sector. This it is the interlocutor of the European institutions for social matters, but also for all other policy projects affecting the industry.

But firstly, it means EFCI is invited to maintain an active

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Sofidel improves performance in 2018 Carbon Disclosure Report

18th of March 2019
Sofidel improves performance in 2018 Carbon Disclosure Report

Sofidel, global manufacturer of tissue paper for hygienic and domestic use, has further improved its performance within the CDP Report 2018, a global disclosure system that enables companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage their environmental impacts.

The group has beenawarded an A-rating in the

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Glasgow University lecturers forced to clean their own classrooms

15th of March 2019
Glasgow University lecturers forced to clean their own classrooms

Lecturers at Glasgow University are allegedly being forced to clean their own classrooms because too few cleaners are being employed for the task, according to reports.

Trade union Unite claims that some cleaners are being asked to carry out the work of two or three people - a practice that is raising stress levels among staff.

And Unite

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Archaeologists unearth 12th-century three-person loo seat

15th of March 2019
Archaeologists unearth 12th-century three-person loo seat

A 12th-century toilet seat built to accommodate three users at once is to go on display at a London museum.

The well-preserved exhibit still shows the axe marks where three rough holes were cut for seats. It was excavated in the 1980s as part of a major archaeological dig. But when money for the venture ran out, the results of the findings

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Read the February/March edition of ECJ online now

14th of March 2019
Read the February/March edition of ECJ online now

The February/March edition of ECJ is now available to read on the website. Highlights include:

• The launch of the 2019 European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards

• The invisible workforce - how employers are working to make cleaners feel more valued

• Case study from the Farnborough Airshow, cleaned by Stadium Support

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