Street food vendors in India are to be trained in food safety and hygiene by US giant Coca Cola.
India's food regulating body has signed a pact with Coca Cola under which the multinational corporation will train 50,000 food vendors. The scheme is part of the Clean Street Food project, an initiative by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of
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In her latest blog, ECJ's UK correspondent Lynn Webster examines the issues around ‘connected cleaning’, and emphasises how the cleaning sector must act now.
Spanish contract cleaning association ASPEL has asked the government to follow the example of the Administrator of Railway Infrastructures ADIF and stop using price as the sole evaluation criterion when awarding public contracts. It says other aspects such as quality of service must be taken into account.
ASPEL president Juan Díez de los
ECJ's online news programme, EC Television, now features an extended version of its special report on crime scene cleaning. ECJ editor Michelle Marshall finds herself cleaning up after a murder - with the trauma cleaning team at Rentokil Specialist Hygiene.
We take a look at the scenes faced regularly by the company's technicians, and ask them
Global provider of facility services ISS has announced the the signing of heads of terms to extend the global agreement with Barclays, whereby ISS delivers integrated facility services to the majority of Barclays' sites across the world.
Under the heads of terms, ISS will negotiate an extension of the relationship with Barclays until the end of