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Cleaning companies typically have many employees who may be working at different times, at multiple locations, on different rates of pay. This can mean complex and time-consuming administration procedures when carried out manually, however there are now software solutions that can automate all employee-centric processes.
For any company
Which mobile software solutions are proving to be most popular in today’s workplace? Ann Laffeaty finds out which products are most in demand - and asks contract cleaning companies how software solutions are helping.
Mobile software solutions are increasingly being used in the cleaning sector for a whole spectrum of applications. They can
How far does the weather and climate influence the type of matting a company would choose for their premises? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Matting systems are vital for keeping buildings free from any foot-borne dirt. This is particularly important in public and commercial facilities where image is paramount and cleaning costs need to be kept down.
It is one challenge to remove the visible soiling from carpets – but how do carpet cleaning systems remove other assaults on the senses such as unpleasant smells and stickiness underfoot? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
A stained carpet can give a commercial or institutional facility a grubby look, so the carpet cleaner’s top priority will
Do today’s customers demand style, hygiene and sustainability from their washroom dispensers, or do they merely want a functional system that works? ECJ looks at current trends in the washroom dispenser market.
When washroom dispensers were first developed, early models tended to be functional white boxes with sharp corners and even sharper
In the second part of our special series looking back at the history of hygiene, ECJ asks how we first discovered germs and how harmful they can be. We look back at the pioneers who convinced us that bacteria can be so dangerous to public health and how their findings formed the very foundations of hygiene and public health as we know them