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We must all tread more softly on the planet and leave a smaller carbon footprint, we are constantly told. But with European economies deeply in the red can businesses really afford to go green? Hartley Milner tries to find out.
The message from those who have already grasped the nettle is simply they cannot afford not to 'go green' –
As part of this edition’s special report on ‘green’ cleaning, Activeion Europe examines the issue of glycol ethers, which are used in the manufacture of many cleaning chemicals. Their safe use has been the subject of much discussion and controversy over the last 20 years, and research is continuing.
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How important is saving energy in any green cleaning regime? And what are the latest energy-saving technologies in the cleaning sector? ECJ finds out.
The term 'green cleaning' is often used to refer to the act of cleaning without chemicals. But there are many other facets to green cleaning that any truly sustainable company needs to take into
Heading up this edition’s special report about scrubber dryers, Nilfisk-Advance examines how changing conditions in the market are inspiring new developments in scrubber dryer technology.
Our customers are always striving to deliver the best they can to their customers, and it is our job to make them look good doing it. As we see it there are
Pedro Chidichimo, president of customer solutions and innovation at global cleaning solutions provider Diversey, starts a series of exclusively written articles for ECJ. In this edition, he examines the link between sustainability and profitability.
It is well known that the facility management and cleaning industry is facing challenging times. The