ISSA/INTERCLEAN Istanbul builds on success of first show

21st of November 2017
ISSA/INTERCLEAN Istanbul builds on success of first show

The second edition of ISSA/INTERCLEAN Istanbul took place in October, attracting over 2,500 cleaning industry professionals from Turkey and the surrounding region. A total of 66 nationalities visited the show.

The exhibition also featured conferences and workshops, with four workshops by ISSA and various other sessions in the theatre, including a

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Study shows copper in gym equipment reduces bacteria

20th of November 2017
Study shows copper in gym equipment reduces bacteria

Dumbbells, weights and grip attachments made from copper alloy can significantly reduce the bacteria loading on gym equipment, according to a study.

Experts believe the findings could help to reduce the number of community-acquired infections caused by cross-contamination in leisure facilities.

Gym equipment such as dumbbells, barbells,

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The cutting edge of sustainability

17th of November 2017
The cutting edge of sustainability

Sustainable cleaning is often considered to be more or less synonymous with cuts. But should cuts in everything from emissions and waste to energy and water be at the forefront of any sustainable cleaning policy or are there other, equally important factors to consider?

Energy, water, emissions, waste, the use of raw materials – all of them

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Recognising a hacker

16th of November 2017
Recognising a hacker

Netherlands correspondent Jacco Vonhof, chairman of VSR, reports in his latest blog on a new book about hacking and its implication for cleaning companies and suppliers.

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ISS signs largest contract with Deutsche Telekom

15th of November 2017
ISS signs largest contract with Deutsche Telekom

Global facility services provider ISS has signed a contract with Deutsche Telekom to provide integrated facility services at 9,000 sites across Germany until 2029. It will become the largest contract within the ISS Group - amounting to around four per cent of revenue.

Services will include property services, including a significant technical

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Ryanair is accused of skimping on soap

14th of November 2017
Ryanair is accused of skimping on soap

Angry Ryanair passengers finding no soap in the on-board toilets have taken to Twitter to vent their fury.

The Ireland-based no-frills carrier denies that the soap shortage is part of a deliberate cost-cutting exercise.

Holidaymakers claim they have been unable to wash their hands in the aircraft toilets with Ryanair cabin crew telling them that

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