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A call for papers has been issued by the Cleaning Industry Research Institute International (CIRI) for its science and technology symposium in the USA later this year.
The event, entitled Cleaning Effectiveness and the Science of Antimicrobials and Disinfectants, will take place at the Institute of Technology Conference Centre in Georgia from
This year's Pulire Innovation Award - presented during the recent Verona exhibition - has gone to IPC for its Green Tube pure water cleaning system.
Green Tube was the winner of the Equipment category of the competition, as well as being named the overall winner. Genesis Biosciences won the Chemical Products category for its Biosan E-Card, an
An electronic hand hygiene reminder leaves no hiding place for healthcare workers who fail to wash their hands.
The ingenious system uses a badge worn by medical staff that flashes green when the operative approaches a patient's bed with clean hands. If the healthcare worker has not washed their hands, the badge fails to light up and will vibrate
Idrobase, best known in the industry for its high pressure cleaning range, was celebrating its 25th year in business during the Pulire exhibition in Verona last week.
From its humble beginnings as a distributor for Kärcher and Faip in 1986, the company has now become one of Italy's leading producers of high pressure cleaners, spare parts and
Cleaning and hygiene solutions giant Diversey has been acquired today in a deal worth US$ 4.3 billion. The buyer is Sealed Air Corporation, which specialises in food and industrial system solutions. Both companies have their headquarters in the US.
Under the terms of the agreement Diversey shareholders will receive $2.1 billion in cash and an
Delegates at a global trade union meeting in Madrid have passed a proposal to organise cleaners around the world and to sign more Global Agreements with the biggest multinationals in the industry.
UNI Property Services is focusing on the cleaning and security industries with its ambitious plan – it says these two sectors employ some of the