Cleaning chemical dosing - still necessary?

11th of July 2018
Cleaning chemical dosing - still necessary?

As today’s chemical cleaning products become less hazardous, is there still a need to invest in a dosing system asks Ann Laffeaty?

Detergents and disinfectants are becoming safer all the time. New legislation combined with a growing focus on safety and sustainability has led to chemical manufacturers seeking to develop less hazardous, more

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Productive floor polishing

30th of May 2018
Productive floor polishing

Keeping a polished floor in pristine condition takes both and effort. So how can this be achieved productively without taking the floor out of service for extended periods of time, asks Ann Laffeaty?

Maintaining a high shine on a polished floor can be a time-consuming task. But no business or public facility can function properly while its floors

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A cleaning chemical reaction

23rd of May 2018
A cleaning chemical reaction

We are constantly being told about the damage that chemical products can cause to our health, safety and the environment. But what are customers’ reactions to such reports? Are they turning away from chemical cleaning products, or are they continuing to use the same formulations they have always done? Ann Laffeaty reports.

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When will the smart revolution come?

21st of May 2018
When will the smart revolution come?

Smart solutions in the guise of mobile apps, robots, sensors and web-based tools have exploded on to our world. But is the “smart revolution” leaving the cleaning industry trailing behind, asks
Ann Laffeaty?

According to many estimates at least two-thirds of Western Europeans now have access to a mobile phone. Meanwhile, technology in

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Save more than water

26th of March 2018
Save more than water

In an average office-based business 65 per cent of water use occurs in the washroom. The advantages of foam soap are endorsed by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) in the UK, which estimates water savings of up to 50 per cent can be made. Deb Group takes a closer look.

It’s easy to take the water you use for granted. However

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Washrooms - what’s worst?

23rd of March 2018
Washrooms - what’s worst?

No paper, no soap, bad smells, poor hygiene - what irks washroom users the most about the facilities they visit? And how can washroom providers put these issues right? Ann Laffeaty finds out.

We all have our pet hates about the public washroom. Some of us are particularly repelled by bad smells while others detest being confronted with dirty

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