The Romans have done a great deal for civilisation. Roads, a calendar, an alphabet, indoor plumbing - the list goes on. But it turns out some of their innovations were not so good for us after all....
A study carried out by Dr Piers Mitchell from Cambridge University’s Archaeology and Anthropology Department and published in the
The UK contract cleaning organisation CSSA (the Cleaning & Support Services Association) is officially relaunching on February 1 after a two-year hiatus - offering 'founding member' status for companies joining before that date.
Director John Findlater said: "Becoming a re-launched CSSA ‘founding member' will resonate in the sector and
The Global Hospital Cleaning Trolleys Industry 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the hospital cleaning trolleys market.
The document provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. There is also analysis on the
Joint US-Chile research has confirmed copper as an additional weapon in the fight against healthcare-associated infections, demonstrating its efficacy in a major paediatric hospital where it contributed to a safer environment for vulnerable patients.
The spread of infections via frequently-touched surfaces surrounding patients is a serious concern
An "intelligent" toilet that opens when you approach it and self-cleans with every flush has been on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
It also cleans the user with an aerated wand, which delivers warm water and warm air "from a seated position", a spokeswoman said.
Despite a $9,800 price tag, more than 40 million earlier
Registration for Europe's largest cleaning industry event ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2016, which takes place from May 10-13, has now opened. The show brings together 30,000 visitors from 130 countries, and 700 exhibitors.
This year's event will feature the InnovationLAB for the first time - this will showcases infrastructure products and software