In the latest part of our exclusive series about the history of hygiene, we focus on city and town cleaning. When did sanitation and waste removal become a priority on the streets of Europe and how was today’s modern street cleaning equipment developed?
The cleanliness of towns and streets has been a concern ever since they first came about
Urinal video games are currently entertaining male washroom visitors at a US baseball stadium.
Each urinal at the Lehigh Valley IronPigs stadium in Pennsylvania features an individual screen that automatically senses when a man walks up to it. The urine stream begins the game and patented technology interprets elements of the stream while also
German reporter Thomas Schulte-Marxloh brings news of latest sustainability initiatives in the sector.
It is hard for ‘sustainability’. It is a nice little word, no doubt, neither a beauty, nor a monster. However it has to compete with terms like ‘economy’, ‘growth’, ‘maintenance free’,
Just weeks after the announcement by Continental Commercial Products that it was closing the Glit/Microtron floor pad manufacturing plant in Georgia, USA, Americo has acquired the strategic assets of the company.
The purchase included equipment and inventory as well as formulations for all products produced in the Glit/Microtron facility. Americo
The April/May edition of ECJ is now online.
Special features include washroom hygiene, a history of street cleaning, Spanish cleaning industry focus, crime scene cleaning and preview to the Pulire exhibition.
Italian correspondent Anna Garbagna reports from a recent round table in Rome for the cleaning sector.
The round table Environmental Criteria in Cleaning Services – Comparing Experiences took place recently in Rome - organised by cleaning association ANIP at the suggestion of the Ministry of Environment, as part of the programme for