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
The Pulire cleaning exhibition took place in Verona, Italy recently and attracted over 15,100 visitors, a 6.3 increase over the last event in 2013. Almost 27 per cent of the visitors were from outside Italy, up two per cent from 2013 - cleaning professionals from 99 countries attended.
This year's show featured 271 exhibitors from 16 countries -
A study by an independent research institute which included tests on the latest Tork wiping products from SCA has concluded there are a number of advantages for non-woven products compared with rags and rental cloths in manufacturing industries.
Benefits include less time required to achieve the same results, and less solvent needed.
The UNI global trade union is calling on cleaners and security workers to organise events on Monday June 15 to mark International Justice Day for Cleaners and Security Guards.
That date marks the 25th anniversary of the day in Los Angeles when cleaners and their supporters demanding justice and respect were attacked by police.
The theme for this
With the launch of its new technology platform Internet of Clean Diversey Care says it is taking a decisive step forward in making the connected future a reality for the professional cleaning industry. The company has also patented the term.
Following the era of file sharing, e-commerce and social media, the next development will be connecting