At least 31 Dutch restaurants with a Michelin star have been reprimanded by food safety inspectors since 2012, according to researchers at broadcasting group KRO-NCRV.
The researchers used freedom of information legislation to find out about the confidential inspection reports, says DutchNews.nl.Since 2012, 79 of the Netherlands' 106 restaurants
Dr Ilham Kadri, president of the Diversey Care division at Sealed Air, writes her latest blog for ECJ. Here she explains that business leaders must adopt sustainable practices not as a means to raise reputation, but to ensure their business's longevity.
Sodexo has become the first FM provider in the UK to have its waste management training programme accredited by the Chartered Institute of Wastes Management (CIWM). The waste industry body has accredited the Sodexo Waste Management Gold Module Award for the next three years.
The programme comprises three stages - bronze, silver and gold - and is
Cleaning industry association ISSA has now opened the online voting for its 2016 ISSA Innovation Award Program at www.issa.com/vote. The winners will be featured at the forthcoming ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America exhibition in Chicago, USA from October 25-28.
Entries are divided into five categories: Cleaning Agents, Dispensers, Equipment, Services
An authoritative new book on hand hygiene in healthcare is due to be published this autumn.
Hand Hygiene: A Handbook for Medical Professionals offers a global perspective on hand hygiene issues in both developed and developing countries.
Compiled by world leaders in the topic, the book integrates World Health Organisation's guidelines into a
A Malaysian woman has turned her hand to making chemical-free cleaning products based on the fruit peel left over from her juicer.
Stay-at-home mother of three Jessica Tan Wee Loo hit upon the recipe for enzyme detergents through trial and error and is now marketing them commercially.
Her products are made from sugar and water plus fruit waste