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Andrew Neil, former editor of UK national newspaper The Sunday Times, was the keynote speaker addressing 200 delegates from the cleaning industry at the BCC conference in London recently, which focused on business efficiency and innovation.
Opening the conference, chairman Doug Cooke and secretary general Andrew Large set the tone for the
A company has developed a washable keyboard designed to help office workers combat the multitude of germs lurking among the keys.
The Logitech K310 keyboard allows the hygiene-conscious among us to run it under the tap and get rid of all that fluff, hair and bits of food from lunches eaten at the desk.
For those who like to do a job properly,
More than one in 10 people's hands are so contaminated with faecal organisms that the levels of bacteria detected were equal to what you would expect to find in a dirty toilet bowl, a new study suggests.
The research, carried out at Queen Mary, University of London and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, showed more than a
A new labour-saving device has been launched that really should help mums to clean up. It's a romper suit with built-in mop.
The tool allows babies to mop the floor while they learn to explore. Microfibre mop heads are attached to the arms and legs.
The Baby Mop suit is being sold on US website betterthanpants.com, and was inspired by a spoof
Two female cleaners in India believe they should be in the Guinness Book of World Records for earning the lowest salary in the world.
For more than 40 years they have worked hard scrubbing and cleaning toilets in southern India. But Akku and Leela Sherigar have only 80 euros to show for their four decades of labour. They have earned an average of
A woman from Wales is so scared of toilets she flees when one is flushed -fearing she will be swallowed up after developing a phobia in childhood.
Ney Decino, 20, has an irrational fear of toilets and struggles to go to the bathroom without a family member to flush for her. Her phobia is so bad she must work close to home so she can use the only