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The 2016 Portable Sanitation & Welfare Expo will take place from February 24-25 2016 in Coventry, UK.
The event is dedicated to the portable sanitation, liquid waste, modular buildings and welfare unit industries. Alongside the trade show is a seminar programme featuring themes such as'Vomiting Larry & how to prevent Norovirus
NFL team The New York Jets shipped their own toilet tissue to London for their clash with the Miami Dolphins earlier this month, because someone had warned them British paper was "very thin".
New York Times sports reporter Ben Shpigel was writing an article about the logistics of bringing the NFL team over and obtained the shipping list. It
About 50,000 workers in Ireland's security and contract cleaning sectors are to receive pay increases under new employment regulation orders.
Under the new measures signed by minister for business and employment Ged Nash, pay for 30,000 contract cleaning personnel will rise to €9.75 per hour.
Nash urged employers in the retail,
India is a country where people are more likely to have access to a smartphone than a toilet. Now one manman plans to spark a sanitary revolution in India with the first World Toilet College.
Dubbed 'Mr Toilet', Singaporean Jack Sim is widely known as the businessman who retired at the age of 40 after successfully winding up 16 businesses, to
Cleaning industry association ISSA is inviting members to its new ISSA Hygieia Network - a women’s forum with the mission of advancing and retaining female professionals in all sectors and at all levels of the global cleaning community.
Named after the Greek goddess of cleaning and hygiene, this worldwide forum aims to provide its members
The opening day of the recent CMS cleaning exhibition in Berlin saw the presentation of the Purus Awards for product design. Awards were made in four categories.
In Machinery the winner was the VP600 vacuum cleaner from Nilfisk, thanks to its automatic cable winder, light weight and ease with which various elements can be replaced.