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Chewing gum manufacturers should help to cover the cost of removing "ugly and unsightly" chewing gum from the UK's streets. That's according to the Local Government Association (LGA) which represents over 400 local authorities.
The LGA also says food companies should create products that disintegrate naturally once spat out.
International cleaning trade association ISSA has formed the Hygieia Network, a women's forum with the mission to advance and retain female professionals in all sectors and experience levels within the global cleaning community.
"ISSA is leading this effort to foster the advancement of women in our industry, in direct support of the association's
A new study carried out in the UK and funded by the European Tissue Symposium (ETS) has concluded jet air and warm air hand dryers have a greater potential to contaminate washrooms by spreading bacteria into the air and onto bystanders.
Designed and led by expert medical microbiologist Professor Mark Wilcox of University of Leeds and Leeds
Pan-European service provider Samsic has been certified ‘Gold' by Ecovadis, the collaborative platform enabling companies to monitor the corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance of their suppliers across 150 sectors and 99 countries.Samsic is based in Rennes, France and is France's second largest cleaning company.
Diversey Care is to host a webinar on cleaning efficiency this Thursday, November 27. The themes include productivity improvement in the cleaning process and how increases in overall efficiency can result in profit growth - thus determining the success of your cleaning business.
Aimed at building service contractors, the webinar will be hosted by
An Ebola-zapping 'robot' said to be able to kill the virus in minutes is being used in more than 250 hospitals throughout the US.
The 2.5 ft robot, made by Texas company Xenex, uses ultraviolet light to sanitise rooms. Besides tackling Ebola the machine is also said to be able to kill more than 20 other dangerous pathogens.
"Our robot ensures