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A chemical dispensing system may require some initial outlay, but do the safety and sustainability benefits of an automated dosing system outweigh these set-up costs? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Few would argue that a chemical dispensing system makes sense from a safety and sustainability point of view. Any system that avoids human contact with neat
In his third article for ECJ, Diversey's Pedro Chidichimo explains the benefits for facility management companies of implementing and running IT systems and procedures to improve their front and back office operations. He says internet based applications can differentiate a business from its competitors through improved service quality, and
How large a part does the dispenser play in a successful wiping system? And do the benefits offered by a dispenser in terms of consumption control and product protection offset the investment costs involved? ECJ finds out.
Wipers are vital to the smooth running of a whole range of businesses. Industrial spills in a factory should be cleaned up
ECJ editor Michelle Marshall speaks exclusively to Hans Simons, who was recently appointed president of the European Federation of Cleaning Industries (EFCI). EFCI is the pan-European organisation representing the contract cleaning sector, and is made up of national associations from EU member states.
"If I can take one small step at a time I
A new European standard creates a benchmark for the cleanliness of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and ductwork. Hartley Milner takes a closer look.
Input from the cleaning and hygiene sector has helped shape a new standard for safeguarding the well-being of people in buildings across the EU. The document from CEN, the
In this article written exclusively for ECJ, Neil Brown from leading contract cleaner Hygiene Group asks just how sustainable cleaning in the food industry can be.
Totally sustainable, environmentally friendly cleaning in the food production industry is currently not achievable – as no matter how ‘green’ the substances used, the