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
The French cleaning sector has launched an operation against greenhouse gas emissions - reports Christian Bouzols, ECJ’s correspondent.
CarbonArtik sounds like a tortuous name, but in fact it’s a real innovation. Indeed, it’s the first industrial platform to have been launched to fight greenhouse gas emissions and is a
A robot cleaner that uses power generated by the dirt it is there to remove was demonstrated at a recent exhibition in Chicago.
The Limbo vacuum cleaner powers itself by generating electricity from degraded organic matter - or in other words, dirt.
The Limbo was unveiled by housewares firm Casabella to mark the company's 25th anniversary. It
Latest unemployment rates released by Eurostat show the eurozone has now reached the 12 per cent mark. This compares to 10.9 per cent a year ago, and recent figures of 7.7 per cent in the USA and 4.2 per cent in Japan.
For the EU 27 the rate is 10.9 per cent, slightly higher than the 10.2 per cent of February 2012.
The number of people seeking
A sweeper from Kärcher and no-touch disinfection system from Sanoserv have been named winners of the Golden Broom Innovation Awards, which were presented during the ISSA/iNTERCLEAN Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) in Warsaw recently.
TheKM 105/100 R from Kärcher is a compact ride-on sweeper featuring an automatic filter cleaning