Industry trade association ISSA has partnered with ECJ to carry out a survey of the EMEA cleaning products distribution market. Distributors across the market are invited to take part in the research now by responding to a series of questions online.
With the extensive information captured from this survey, ISSA plans to compile much-needed
Providing children with clean water and soap could help them to grow taller, according to a scientific review.
Research has found that improving hand hygiene in a community could add an average of half a centimetre to the height of children under five.
The study was carried out for the Cochrane Review by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical
The organisers of the CMS cleaning exhibition in Berlin later this month will host an international conference there for the first time. As the official media partner for the event, ECJ is offering five readers the chance to win a free delegate ticket, worth 400 euros.
The theme is Sustainable Competitiveness in the Cleaning Sector and the
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 emphasises the importance of the cleaning industry communicating the value of its work to the wider public.
Daniel Calleja Crespo - Spanish director general of the European Union - will open the first international CMS conference in Berlin later this month.
The event, which takes alongside the CMS cleaning exhibition on September 25 and 26, has the theme of Sustainable Competitiveness in the Cleaning Sector and will be held at the Marshall Haus at the
Hygiene products specialist Vectair Systems has released a research paper focusing on the approach and attitudes towards feminine hygiene waste disposal in the USA.
The research was conducted to learn more about what women really think with regards to waste disposal in public washrooms, as well as their usual practices and whether they feel their