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Global facilities provider ISS has pledged over 1,000 jobs at its Australian operation for Indigenous Australians, through a partnership with the Australian Government.
The partnership is part of the Commonwealth's new Employment Parity Initiative, which harnesses the goodwill of Australia's largest employers to hire Indigenous employees to help
The Cleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI) International is calling for research papers ahead of its 2016 symposium next spring.
CIRI is a not-for-profit scientific, educational and research institute based in the US. It is calling for papers showing application of cleaning science to advance professional cleaning practice and public
Concerns about Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) have certainly highlighted the need to prevent the spread of germs in healthcare settings. However a new US report reveals a disturbing gaps in knowledge when it comes to the most effective ways of cleaning surfaces.
Tray tables, bed rails, light switches, toilets - all of these are common
A gadget gift site is offering a 24-carat gold plated vacuum cleaner for the princely sum of 1,120,000 euros.
Advertised on Firebox, the machine is billed as "the perfect vacuum for stretch limousine interiors, red carpets and yacht decks".
The machine - one of a limited edition of 100 models - is claimed to be the world's most expensive vacuum
Hospitals, schools and universities are spearheading a rise in sales of disinfectant and sanitiser wipes in the US.
The market grew by five per cent in 2014 according to a report by market research firm Kline. The highest growth in US hand sanitiser sales took place in schools and universities with primary schools being particularly heavy users.
The second International CMS Congress, taking place during the CMS cleaning exhibition in Berlin next month, will have the theme ‘People and Business'. Speakers from around Europe, the USA, South Africa, India and China will be taking part.