The market for janitorial cleaning chemicals in Europe, which until recently was flat to declining, has posted modest growth of 1.6 per cent according to Kline’s recently published study Janitorial Cleaning Products in Europe: Market Analysis and Opportunities.
It says improving economies, end users’ preferences for multipurpose
A US crime scene cleaning company is at the centre of a controversy after posting images of clients' belongings online.
Others in the industry feel it is inappropriate for Atlanta Crime Scene Cleanup to post light-hearted photographs of clients' personal effects on the internet.
"It's shining a bad light on our industry," says Ryan Sawyer, owner
ECJ is launching the first pan-European awards programme for the professional cleaning sector. The European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2016 will celebrate excellence across all parts of the sector, with the inaugural awards ceremony taking place in Barcelona on September 29 of this year.
The professional cleaning sector employs millions of
Cleaning managers across the US are reporting that despite economic optimism, they are still under pressure to reduce labour and other operating costs.
That's one of the findings of the P&G Professional 2015 Cleaning Industry Insights Survey. This annual study reveals observations from cleaning industry professionals and decision makers in
The UK contract cleaning organisation CSSA (the Cleaning & Support Services Association) has officially relaunched after a two-year hiatus.
The organisation was part of a merger with fellow organisations Asset Skills and the Facilities Management Association (FMA) in 2013 - when the Building Futures Group (BFG) was formed. However CSSA
The Professional Association of Cleaning Companies (ASPEL) in Spain has demanded that current legislation in the awarding of public contracts be modified to establish a minimum price for tenders. This, it says, will prevent illegal practices on the part of companies that are insufficiently prepared for service provision.
ASPEL commissioned a