Paris' metro system is to have a multimillion euro clean toeradicate bad odours and make the capital's underground system more bearable.
Parisians have long complained about the awful smell wafting through the underground corridors - as well as the litter and general grime. Now Pierre Mongin, head of the RATP group that operates the public bus,
Cleaning companies are preparing for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, says Oleg Popov of Cristanval.
Major work is underway on plans for the coordinated efforts of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Committee and cleaning companies. An information website is up and running where registered users can post documents and receive approval
Mike Sullivan, managing director of hand hygiene products supplier GOJO Industries - Europe writes his latest hand hygiene blog for the ECJ website. He reports from the recent Infection Prevention seminar in the UK.
ECJ correspondent in Scandinavia, Petra Sjouwerman, reports from Denmark, where elderly residents like real cleaners more than robots.
Elderly residents in Denmark prefer real life cleaners. A recent study has shown that a majority of elderly Danes experienced a considerable reduction in their quality of life by having a robot vacuum instead of a
A growing number of cleaning operations are looking at making their operations more sustainable by using products designed to reduce energy, chemical and water use. We ask cleaning companies and manufacturers about this trend and find out about the latest sustainable products and systems on the market.
Sustainability is no longer seen as an
The Ausclean Pulire exhibition took place in Sydney, Australia last week - attracting visitors from Europe, North America and New Zealand as well as the home market.
The event was attended by around 1,000 end users and cleaning product distributors. This year's more international flavour was attributed to Ausclean's partnership with Italian