The Spanish cleaning exhibition Hygienalia+Pulire will take place in Madrid, Spain from October 27-29.
The organisers are promising a significantly larger event than the previous two editions, with many of the industry's big-name manufacturers exhibiting. There will be 85 exhibitors in total.
One of the special features this year will be a
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) UK has announced details of its fifth annual Fragrance Forum. The theme will be Our Fragrant World.
Taking place on October 15 at the Royal Society in London, the programme will feature three separate sessions. The first is The History of Olfaction: Wellbeing, Disease and the Built Environment.
Japan is hoping that the global attention attracted by its high-tech toilets will boost tourism and toilet sales.
The Japanese government plans to capitalise on worldwide interest in its smart lavatories in a drive to promote its toilet innovation worldwide.
Nearly every household in Japan and most public washrooms are equipped with a
Hand washing in multi-bed hospital wards is even more critical than previously thought, according to research.
A study carried out by University of Leeds' Institute of Public Health and Environmental Engineering in the UK found that multi-bed wards were more likely to have contaminated surfaces than single hospital rooms. This increased the risk
India's Jet Airways has removed mops from its list of cleaning items for cabin washrooms after the airline received complaints from passengers that the mops were kept in public view, raising hygiene issues.
Earlier this month the airline's service and delivery department issued an email informing cabin crew that it would stop loading mops on
Automation, technology, inclusiveness, social changes – what impact are today’s key trends having on the public washroom? ECJ finds out what exactly is trending in the toilet.
Society has changed dramatically over the past few decades. The internet has revolutionised our way of life and enforced a new transparency on businesses and