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Anti-microbial hygiene company Byotrol has entered a full licensing agreement with Kimberly-Clark. The seven-year contract is global in scope, with some exceptions including some EU markets, and provides Kimberly-Clark with exclusive intellectual property rights.
No other details were being disclosed at the moment.
Ralph Kugler, chairman at
A major experiment to build and install ecological toilets in Inner Mongolia has been quietly halted after three years due to problems concerning bad smells and maggots.
The toilets, designed by Sweden's Stockholm Environment Institute, were intended to save water and turn excrement into fertiliser.
Unlike normal lavatories the eco-toilets
Global investor Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (Teachers) and KIRKBI Invest have agreed to invest 500 million euros in global facility services provider ISS, which is headquartered in Denmark.
The current owners, funds advised by EQT Partners and GS Capital Partners funds are not selling any shares as part of the transaction and will remain
Nurses at a cash-strapped hospital trust are being forced to clean beds and scrub wards to make up for a lack of funding for full-time cleaners, it has been claimed.
Nursing staff at the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust in the UK have been required to clean and tidy in acute and general admission wards despite fears that it will divert from patient
A slips and trips guidance document is to be launched at the British Cleaning Council (BCC) 2012 annual conference in London this autumn.
The slips and trips research, funded by the Cleaning and Support Services Association (CSSA) and the BCC, aims to be the definitive guide on best practice in floor cleaning for commercial cleaning businesses,
Around 100,000 bio-toilets are set to be installed in rural communities in India over the next two years as a part of a project to bring basic sanitation to poorer parts of the country.
India's Defence Research and Development Organisation has developed the bio-toilets with the aim of eliminating the problem of open defecation over the next