For the majority of festival-goers at Glastonbury in the UK over the weekend, wet wipes were an essential part of the kit when braving the public toilets. Not for the glampers however (that's shorthand for glamorous campers), who have been staying in the exclusive Camp Kerala on the site and using toilet tissue costing €130.
The tissue by
The UK has voted to leave the European Union in its referendum held yesterday. The result is sending shockwaves around Europe and the rest of the world as the wider ramifications are considered.
The Leave campaign won by 52 per cent to 48 per cent and turnout was almost 72 per cent - more than 30 million people voted.
Shortly after the result
The deadline for entries in the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards - the pan-European awards programme launched by ECJ - is tomorrow, June 24. So now is your last chance to share your success stories and book your place at the inaugural awards ceremony in Barcelona on September 29.
The value of an accolade of this magnitude is
While Euro 2106 has been overshadowed by violent clashes between some football fans, Ireland's supporters continue to demonstrate why they're always so popular wherever they go.
Because Irish fans were captured on video picking up their own litter after they had finished partying, singing "Clean Up for the Boys in Green" as they went
ECJ UK blogger Lynn Webster looks ahead to the EU referendum in the UK, which takes place this Thursday.
The International Fragrancing Association (IFRA) UK Fragrance Forum 2016 will be held on October 12 at The Royal Society in London.
This annual fragrance symposium seeks to explore the art and the science behind fragrance and olfaction. This year's theme of fragrance, wellness and well-being will look at the effect of aroma on health both now and