Food hygiene for a new age

3rd of July 2017
Food hygiene for a new age

As an increasing number of diners take to the streets or the fast food counter for sustenance, we look at the cleaning and hygiene challenges faced by today’s fast food vendors and street food sellers.

Ready-prepared meals have become a big part of our lives. Instead of picking up fresh ingredients and creating a dish from scratch, a

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What do we want from a floor pad?

9th of June 2017
What do we want from a floor pad?

What do customers look for in a floor pad? Is sustainability a major issue or are factors such as durability, versatility and ease of use more important? Or do they simply want a low-cost pad that can do the job for which it is intended? Ann Laffeaty finds out about the average customer’s must-haves.

A successful floor pad needs to have a

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Productive floor polishing

8th of June 2017
Productive floor polishing

Keeping a floor shiny and in pristine condition can be a time-consuming business. So what are the latest machines, polishes, pad and other products the market that can produce a highly-polished shine without keeping the floor out of action for any longer than necessary?

Keeping a shiny floor in pristine condition can be a time-consuming

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Batteries - a market going flat?

8th of June 2017
Batteries - a market going flat?

As an increasing number of cleaning machine manufacturers turn to lithium-ion, where does this leave the market for traditional AGM, GEL and flooded batteries asks Ann Laffeaty?

Lithium-ion is enjoying a surge in demand as a growing number of manufacturers choose to power their machines with batteries that are smaller and lighter than traditional

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Washrooms - creating a superior experience

5th of June 2017
Washrooms - creating a superior experience

Sophie Rice, EMEA healthcare segment manager for Kimberly-Clark Professional explains why washroom facilities play an increasingly critical role in maintaining hygiene standards and driving a positive perception of every hospital.

A dirty or badly-maintained washroom is a nuisance and a potential health hazard, but it's even more than that. It

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Clean but gasping

21st of March 2017
Clean but gasping

It was in the early 2000s that studies about the harmful effects of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) were first published and the professional cleaning industry began to take notice. Mike Sawchuk, chief business development officer for US cleaning solutions producer Avmor takes a closer look at the “no-VOCs” claim now made by many

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