Self-cleaning pads that are claimed to continuously kill bacteria, viruses and fungi on everyday surfaces are being used in US schools to help prevent infections.
NanoSeptic self-cleaning pads from NanoTouch Materials are also said to be suitable for use in the hospitality and food service sectors.
NanoSeptic products include peel-and-stick
AISE, the International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products based in Brussels, has launched DetNet, the Detergent Industry Network for CLP Classification.
DetNet aims to help companies establish the appropriate skin and eye irritancy classification for their products in compliance with the CLP Regulation. Through DetNet,
Clean NZ, the New Zealand exhibition for the cleaning sector, will take place from May 29-30 in Auckland.
Hosted by the Building Service Contractors of New Zealand (BSCNZ), the last event in 2012 attracted over 650 visitors and is set to host over 50 exhibitors this year. Alongside the trade show there will be a programme of seminars, with topics
Markus Asch, vice chairman of the management board at cleaning equipment manufacturer Kärcher and president of EUnited Cleaning, writes his latest blog for the ECJ website. He looks ahead to the prospects for the industry in 2014.
Office workers in the UK spend an average of 8.6 minutes hiding in the toilets three times per week, collectively earning 1.5 billion euros on average per year as they do so.
Toilet-related time wasting activities in the office are costing UK businesses more than they may realise, according to www.ukbathrooms.com, which polled 1,791 Britons aged
EU labour ministers have reached an agreement on new rules to regulate workers posted from one country to another, but the compromise has been deemed "less ambitious" than MEPs wanted.
The compromise text was agreed this month after 18 months of negotiations on the so-called posted workers directive, which is supposed to curtail abuses of