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
A New York-based portable toilet company has come up with a range of standalone cubicles designed to impress the clientele.
Callahead has taken the traditional portable toilet - often an eyesore - and turned it into an attractive facility with comfortable features inside. The toilets are available in a range of colours and themes to suit any
Indian lawmakers have passed a long-promised bill to ban manual cleaning of toilet waste by workers who are seen as the 'ultimate untouchables' under the country's ancient Hindu caste-hierarchy.
Already illegal under a largely ineffective 1993 law, the Congress government pledged to make another attempt at stamping out the practice with the new
The October edition of ECJ is now available to read online.
Highlights of this edition include sustainable cleaning, care of hard floors, running a franchise business and museum cleaning.
The German professional cleaning exhibition took place in Berlin last month, attracting over 16,500 visitors from 65 countries - say the organisers.
Taking place for the first time was the International CMS Congress, which had as its theme Sustainable Competitiveness in the Cleaning Sector. Among the speakers was Daniel Calleja Crespo of the