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Research and detailed planning are essential before you quote for, or commit to, a carpet care and cleaning contract. Gordon McVean of Truvox International offers advice.
One of the first things professional carpet care contractors learn is that research and detailed planning are essential before you quote for, or commit to, a carpet care
With growing demands and expectations worldwide on the cleaning industry to continually improve the effectiveness of mopping systems it has become apparent that the traditional mop and bucket system is no longer appropriate. Rubbermaid, writing exclusively for ECJ, looks at how this part of the industry is developing.
With growing demands and
ISS, the world's leading building services provider, is launching worldwide campaigns among its employees to promote health, safety and the environment. There will be a number of initiatives throughout this year under the name You and Me. These will be promoted to the company's 520,000 employees in over 50 countries. ECJ spoke exclusively to head
The World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC) is to play a more positive and proactive role in the global cleaning sector, its executive vice president Andrew Large has told ECJ.
The federation - which has been in existence for many years and comprises national associations, individual contractors and manufacturers - has long been
What health and safety considerations need to be taken into account when developing a window cleaning system? In an occupation where the risks include joint pains, Legionnaire’s Disease, back pain and even – in extreme cases – death, how can equipment manufacturers help to keep window cleaners safe?
Window cleaning is perhaps
In January of this year, ECJ hosted a round table discussion in Amsterdam - attended by cleaning industry manufacturers and exhibition organisers - which highlighted the growing problem of intellectual property infringement. As the sector's producers seek to protect themselves from the issues surrounding 'copycat' products, we explore the reasons