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The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) in the UK has awarded accreditation to Rentokil-Initial’s in-company training course Hygiene Within our Environment.
The RSPH is the oldest public health body in the world, an independent organisation dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and wellbeing. Its
Talking toilets have been introduced on some UK trains in order to help tackle the problem of blocked loos.
Once the user has locked the lavatory door on certain Virgin Trains, a pre-recorded message entreats: "Please don't flush nappies, sanitary towels, paper towels, gum, old phones, unpaid bills, junk mail, your ex's sweater, hopes, dreams or
Europe's dirtiest public toilets can be found in France, according to a new survey. And even the French themselves believe their own public conveniences to be the grubbiest on the continent.
Independent travel review site Zoover polled nearly 3,000 holidaymakers about their perceptions of European toilets. Just under a third of European
MITIE, the FTSE 250 strategic outsourcing company based in the UK, is celebrating the first graduations at Green Belt level from its Lean Academy.
The Lean Academy, set up and run by MITIE’s Environmental+ cleaning business, offers training in the principles of Lean Six Sigma, which has its origins in the automotive manufacturing
The new label design for the Ecover Professional range of ecologically responsible cleaning solutions has been awarded with the Red Dot Award 2013 in the category of Communication Design.
For the re-positioning of the brand, Ecover Professional teamed up with design agency VanBerlo Communications - the aim was to design new labels with direct and
New to the market is a hand dryer claimed to kill harmful pathogens such as E. coli, C. difficile, Staph, MRSA, and TB while drying the hands.
American Dryer claims its new eXtremeAir cPc hand dryer - launched this month - is a ground-breaking product. The dryer uses patent-pending Cold Plasma Clean technology to kill 99.6 per cent of harmful