It seems quite simple, but exploiting the power of social media takes some elbow grease. ECJ correspondent Lotte Printz reports from Denmark.
Back in the 1950s – when television was not yet a household item and being a housewife was the most common occupation for women in Denmark – the Danish radio broadcaster offered housewives the
Extra funds are to be pumped into the NHS to help UK hospitals tackle the current superbug crisis.
The €53.8 million cash injection will be shared among the nation's hospitals in a bid to reduce infection rates. And the Government plans to improve transparency by forcing hospitals to publish staff hand hygiene figures.
According to the
A premium-priced toilet roll made from waste milk will be hitting Italian supermarket shelves this winter.
Carezza di Latte - which translates as "milk caress" - is a collaboration between German fabric innovator Qmilk and Italian tissue company Lucart. The product will be made from waste milk that cannot be sold, perhaps because a cow has been
New research suggests toilet door handles at some major hub airports could be harbouring MRSA.
The study revealed that the superbug could be transferred between tourists on airport toilet door handles and then spread to different destinations across the world.
Authored by Frieder Schaumburg and published in medical journal Clinical Microbiology
Dr Ilham Kadri, president of the Diversey Care division at Sealed Air, writes her latest blog for ECJ. Here she reflects upon the top professional cleaning industry trends for 2016, but more importantly, looks at how the fast-paced industry will evolve and shift across the next 12 months.
Facilities services provider ISS Denmark has won the CSR People Prize 2016 for actively using its size and position to raise awareness of corporate social engagement.
The award was presented by HRH Prince Joachim of Denmark at a conference in Copenhagen. According to the jury behind the CSR People Prize, ISS has distinguished itself through its