New business offers recruitment and training for cleaning sector

23rd of October 2017
New business offers recruitment and training for cleaning sector

CERATA (The Cleaning Executive Recruitment and Training Agency), a new business offering recruitment, talent retention and training services for the professional cleaning sector, has been launched in the UK.

The company has been founded by Keith Baker, formerly director of EMEA services for trade association ISSA and owner of the distribution

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Read October ECJ online now, or download the app

20th of October 2017
Read October ECJ online now, or download the app

The October edition of ECJ is now available to read online or via the new ECJ app. Highlights of this edition include:

• Managing change in businesses

• Sustainability in the cleaning sector

• Self-driving cars

• Trends in washroom dispensers

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BICSc 2017 award winners announced

19th of October 2017
BICSc 2017 award winners announced

The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) announced the winners of its 2017 Annual Awards at a ceremony in the UK recently.

The winners were as follows:

• The Sholom Gordon Award sponsored by Citation: Liz Smith-Mills, LSM Consulting
• The Eric Hill Medal sponsored by Birkin Clean: Elaine Upton, HMP Wayland
• The Ayres

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CMS Purus Innovation prizes - winners announced

18th of October 2017
CMS Purus Innovation prizes - winners announced

The organisers of the CMS cleaning exhibition in Berlin announced the winners of the CMS Purus Innovation Awards 2017 (PIA) on the first day of the event. There were six categories.

Large Machines - Adlatus Robotics for the Adlatus CR 700 autonomous cleaning robot.

Small Machines - Kenter for the iMop XXL.

Equipment - Kärcher for the

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Recycling - what goes around comes around

17th of October 2017
Recycling - what goes around comes around

Cromwell Polythene managing director James Lee encourages the cleaning industry to lobby government to take recycling in public more seriously.

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Rome’s Colosseum opens up its top two floors

16th of October 2017
Rome’s Colosseum opens up its top two floors

Following a five-year restoration, the top two floors of the Roman Colosseum are now open to the public for the first time in 40 years.

The project involved spray-cleaning centuries' worth of grime from the walls and removing tons of debris in order to prepare the fourth and fifth levels of the amphitheatre for visitors.

And during their free

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