Markus Asch, vice chairman of the management board at cleaning solutions manufacturer Kärcher and president of EUnited Cleaning, writes his latest blog for ECJ. He takes a look at a trend that has been going relatively unnoticed in the cleaning sector.
Hospital sinks may be hotbeds of drug-resistant bacteria, according to a new report.
Research carried out in the US has found that splashes on the sides of sinks may harbour potentially deadly bacteria.
The study group set up a "sink lab" - a room containing five identical sinks based on the type most commonly found in intensive care units - at
Cleaning chemicals producer Selden Research has acquired the brand, assets and goodwill of Premiere Products from James Briggs (Hygiene). Both companies are based in the UK.
A spokesman for Selden said: "The Premiere Products portfolio is a perfect fit into the Selden offering - distribution channels are similar, manufacturing requirements are
A case of misuse of workers and government funds has tainted the reputation of Denmark’s second largest facility service company, reports ECJ correspondent Lotte Printz.
They were going to start a new life in Denmark. But for 149 poor Eastern Europeans their dreams turned into a nightmare. The Eastern Europeans were lured to Denmark by
The February/March edition of ECJ is now available to read on the website.
Highlights this edition include:
• Cleaning London's diverse skyline
• Hygiene in healthcare
• Creating a greener world
• Safe scrubber dryers
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.