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A team making a record-breaking attempt to cross Antarctica during the winter are taking Tork washroom products along with them.
The Coldest Journey expedition, headed up by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, will be the subject of a documentary on UK television. Besides earning a place in the Guinness World Records and helping to gather valuable data, the
The REACH chemical safety regulation has so far showed limited results, with only "anecdotal evidence" that industry was starting to phase out the most dangerous substances, the European Commission said ahead of a review of the legislation.
Bjørn Hansen, head of unit at the European Commission's environment directorate, said: "It is too
Ducts, solar panels, restaurant hoods, graffiti-covered walls - which tasks represent the biggest challenges for high pressure cleaning machine manufacturers? And how are the machines on the market adapted to cope with difficult applications?
High pressure cleaning is an extremely effective method of removing all types of substances from a wide
A recent US study shows the increased use of hand sanitisers is having a knock-on effect on our lakes and rivers, with ingredients like Triclocarban and Triclosan coming under increased scrutiny for their impact on environmental and public health. ECJ takes a closer look at these ingredients, their potential risks when used in hand hygiene
The World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC) has launched what it claims to be the first ever comprehensive Worldwide Cleaning Report. Covering 38 countries the survey offers an overview of the size and importance of the cleaning market together with the key issues for the sector.
Andrew Large, executive vice-president, commented
A parish council in the UK wants to use DNA testing on dog waste in a bid to catch owners who allow pets to soil the pavement.
Councillors discussed the plans after hearing a string of complaints from villagers. People complained inconsiderate pet owners were "ruining the area".
The council says it is now considering collecting DNA from waste