With effect from January 1, Austrian hygiene systems specialist Hagleitner has taken over the hygiene product division of Initial Hygiene Austria.
"The increasing hygiene demand with our clients calls for innovations and a higher service level, explained managing director Hans Georg Hagleitner. "This acquisition allows us an even tighter
Cleaning companies in Israel are objecting to requirements from their local authority that staff should wear electronic tracking devices when going about their tasks.
However, the municipal authorities in the city of Elad are adamant that this requirement is legal and that the condition will remain in place.
The Israeli city has put its
Members of the UK body that represents the contract cleaning sector - the Cleaning and Support Services Association (CSSA) - have resolved to end its current merger process with the Building Futures Group (BFG).
In a joint statement the CSSA said its members wish to focus on the contract cleaning sector and they are now considering their
Dutch technology company Decos is so committed to the environment that it has removed all paper from its office - including toilet tissue.
But don't be alarmed, employees don't have to rely on drip-drying. Instead they use 'shower toilets' which wash away any residue. The AquaClean toilets in question - created by Geberit - use a pulsating jet of
Michel de Bruin, ceo of Netherlands-based microfibre specialist Greenspeed, has been appointed to the position of vice-chairman of the ISSA European Council.
De Bruin will also continue to represent the interests of the Benelux region on the industry association's council.
He commented on his appointment: "ISSA has much to offer everyone in all
A new mobile technology is attempting to solve the longstanding problem of ensuring proper hand hygiene in hospitals to reduce infection rates.
Nurses and physicians in at least one hospital owned by Intermountain Healthcare, a healthcare system based in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, are wearing specially designed smart watches that show whether