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All exhibitors at next May's ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam exhibition are now invited to submit their entries to the Amsterdam Innovation Award.
New products being launched at the event are eligible to enter, with submissions being judged by an independent, international jury. Winners will be announced on the first day ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam,
The failure to clean and disinfect clinical instruments properly is the chief risk in emergency care today, claims a US-based patient care body.
And new healthcare technologies can pose further risks to patients if they are used incorrectly, according to the ECRI Institute.
Each year the institute, an independent organisation based in
A famed 'gum wall' in Seattle, where tourists and residents have stuck used chewing gum for the past 20 years, has been cleaned by city authorities.
The 'gum wall' was plastered with one million pieces of used chewing gum and became a city landmark over the past 20 years. The wads of gum came in many colours and some stretched to make elaborate
Italian paper manufacturer Celtex has completed its acquisition of the German group Hecatec, which also operates in the tissue products sector and in nonwoven fabrics used in cleaning, personal hygiene and in particular the health sector.
The company, which has plants in Tuscany, had revenues of approximately €100 million in 2014, with
Ecover has today announced the sale of its B2B cleaning solutions business - Ecover Professional - to Netherlands-based Greenspeed, a company specialising in the development of cleaning systems for the professional market. Ecover says it will now focus exclusively on the B2C market in order to drive long term growth.
Following this agreement, the
A window cleaner fell to his death from the third-storey window of a Grade II-listed building in the City of London after bosses failed to ensure safe working conditions, a court heard recently.
Kevin Dolan, 57, fell to his death through the open floor-to-ceiling window of Pountney Hill House, in central London, while cleaning the huge glass pane