The June/July edition of ECJ is now available to read online. Special reports include:
• Software solutions for the cleaning industry
• Successful recruitment of management personnel
• Chemical dosing systems
• Health and safety in window cleaning
• Tackling cybercrime
Japan's infrastructure ministry has announced that the country's lifts may soon have a surprising new feature - toilets.
According to Kyodo news agency, the Japanese government called meetings with the country's lift industry to discuss the idea after a magnitude-8.1 earthquake struck south of Tokyo recently, causing about 19,000 lifts in the
The shareholders of Northwood Paper Sales and its associated companies have acquired the issued share capital of Disposables UK, best known for manufacturing and distributing ranges such as Bay West, Optimum Professional, and Optimum ProWipers in the UK.
Commenting on the sale David Burkill, managing director of Disposables UK said: “This
Exterior building cleaning and restoration specialist Thomann-Hanry has been undertaking a very special project at the Bank of England's Threadneedle Street headquarters in London, which are having their first clean-up in more than 20 years.
Peter Ankerstjerne, head of group marketing at global facilities services provider ISS, talks about the mega trends that will have the greatest impact on the way people work in the run-up to 2020.
A Canadian teenager has come up with an airflow concept aimed at preventing the spread of airborne diseases on aircraft.
Raymond Wang started working on the project after learning that a single air passenger with an infectious disease had the potential to spread the disease to as many as 17 other passengers on the flight.
Impressed by what he