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Exhibitors at ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2012, which takes place from May 8-11, are invited to submit their entries for the Innovation Awards from today. Presented on the first day of the show, these prizes have become the most coveted and prestigious in the cleaning sector.
An independent international jury evaluates all entries on the same
The municipal corporation of Mumbai in India is to build dedicated toilets for women at 2km intervals around the city.
And a group of NGOs in the region want them to be equipped with sanitary pad vending machines and staffed by female cleaners.
The civic body of Mumbai aims to improve sanitary standards by providing free-to-use washrooms for
In the last of his exclusive series of articles for ECJ, Pedro Chidichimo of Diversey writes about the importance of service quality and customer satisfaction as components of measurable profit for a company. He advocates the development of a service quality model for facility management/service contractor companies, based on five simple
ECJ reports on a state-of-the-art technology aimed at improving hand hygiene compliance and standardising technique in applications such as healthcare.
The numerous studies that have taken place worldwide can now leave us in no doubt about the key role hand hygiene has to play in safeguarding us from infection and cross-contamination - whatever
Global facilities management services provider ISS has carried out a study in conjunction with theThe Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS) about the future of Facilities Management (FM) worldwide.
The study is based on four scenarios where the basis of the research is a survey involving more than 300 senior executives from ISS and 50
Yesterday saw the start of the 11th World Toilet Summit, being held this year in Haikou, capital of China's Hainan province.
During the three-day summit, representatives from relevant institutions and enterprises worldwide will look into ways to improve the world's toilets and sanitation conditions. Demonstrations of novel sanitaryware will