A public toilet hidden in a stairwell of one of the world's most exclusive clubs has taken the meaning of ‘communal' to a whole new level.
The not-very-private four seater system has been built half way up a set of stairs leading from New York's Boom Boom Room to an outdoor rooftop.
The stairs are dimly lit and the door is hard to find but
The ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America exhibition and ISSA Convention take place in Chicago from October 25-28 with the theme 'Unleashing the Industry's Potential'.
The event comes with a completely revamped educational schedule, featuring more than 60 seminars, hands-on training workshops, and networking events held over four days. The organisers say
Fragrance is considered by all manufacturers of cleaning products to be an important factor for them - and it has become more important over the years - according to a new international survey by ECJ (European Cleaning Journal) and IFRA UK, the fragrance association for the United Kingdom.
The survey covering readers of ECJ from across Europe and
Paul Wonnacott is managing director and president of Vectair Systems, specialist in washroom hygiene and aircare systems. The company does business around the globe and Wonnacott has gained considerable experience in many of the world's most important markets. He writes his latest blog for ECJ.
Hygiene, and more specifically
Stains, hairs, mildew - even dried blood may be among the unpleasant discoveries made by guests when staying at a Dutch hotel, according to a study.
Recent research carried out by Netherlands consumer association Consumentenbond uncovered low levels of hygiene in a number of the nation's hotel rooms.
Consumentenbond anonymously booked rooms at 30
The June/July edition of ECJ is now avaiable to read online. Highlights include:
• The rise of the robots?
• Biofilms - should we worry?
• Business - the global cost of tax avoidance
• Food hygiene - no room for complacency
• The glass ceiling - window cleaning challenges