Episode three of EC Television - launched by ECJ last month - is now available to watch online. In this week’s episode, we cover the story of the world’s best paid cleaner, a man who is said to have earned over €200k a year. We also report on the Save the Cow campaign in Belgium, aimed at stopping litter getting into our food
A cleaning robot has been "killed" by high radiation levels after being deployed to clean out a nuclear reactor.
The robot, which was equipped with a high-pressure water nozzle, was sent into the Fukushima plant in Japan to scrape away melted uranium fuel and other debris from inside the nuclear reactor. However, within the space of two hours the
A cleaner in San Francisco is reputed to earn a €223,000 salary by working every day of the year.
Liang Zhao Zhang, who works for regional rail network Bay Area Rapid Transport (BART), may be the best paid cleaner in the world, with his basic salary of €52,000 a year and another €13,500 in company benefits.
Public records unveiled
The Spanish Professional Association of Cleaning Companies (Aspel), which represents cleaning service providers, has expressed its concern over the Council of Ministers' approval of the Royal Decree putting the Law of Deindexation of the Economy into effect.
This delinks public sector prices from changes in the Consumer Prices Index.
Following the acquisition of BPI Recycled Products by RPC Group Plc, the new name for the business has been formally announced as RPC bpi recycled products.
The company was part of British Polythene Industries plc until it was purchased by RPC Group Plc in August 2016.
RPC bpi recycled products has been reorganised into four key business groups