An enterprising contract cleaner is using social media to engage with the people who use the public washrooms she cleans.
Laura Napper owns Kent-based company Tenterden Twilight Commercial Cleaning. Besides holding the contract for several local office buildings her firm also has the job of cleaning several council-run toilet blocks.
In previous editions of ECJ correspondent Bobbie van der List has brought an overview of the Japanese cleaning industry, illustrating the enormous importance people place on cleaning. Visiting the cleaners of the Shinkansen trains, for instance, provided an interesting insight into the thoroughness and efficiency of cleaners, but also their
ECJ takes a look at the issue of menstrual equity, a new movement calling for free, tax free and/or freely available sanitary products in all women’s washrooms. This drive could present opportunities for washroom service companies, and for distributors.
In the UK, the umbrella term Duty of Care applies to a range of regulations governing
Episode three of EC Television - launched by ECJ last month - is now available to watch online. In this week’s episode, we cover the story of the world’s best paid cleaner, a man who is said to have earned over €200k a year. We also report on the Save the Cow campaign in Belgium, aimed at stopping litter getting into our food
A cleaning robot has been "killed" by high radiation levels after being deployed to clean out a nuclear reactor.
The robot, which was equipped with a high-pressure water nozzle, was sent into the Fukushima plant in Japan to scrape away melted uranium fuel and other debris from inside the nuclear reactor. However, within the space of two hours the