Which wiper to use where?

10th of August 2015
Which wiper to use where?

Wipers are used in a wide range of environments such as the food, mechanical engineering, electronics, automotive and healthcare sectors. But which types of cloths and wipers are best for which environment? ECJ finds out.

Cleaning, wiping, mopping up spills, polishing – these are just a few of the types of applications that require the use

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Window cleaning - safety first

10th of August 2015
Window cleaning - safety first

Window cleaning has long been associated with working from height along with all the risks that this involves. But since the advent of water-fed poles, how safe is window cleaning today? And what products are there on the market that can further improve window cleaners’ safety? Ann Laffeaty finds out.

Concern for personal safety is becoming

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Recruitment - the importance of attracting top talent

6th of August 2015
Recruitment - the importance of attracting top talent

Recruiting the right people at the most senior level of any business can shape the direction and success of the company. And making the wrong choice can be disastrous. Filling a senior post is an intricate process explains Lorraine Thomas of Metzger Search and Selection.

There’s an old adage that says ‘people are your most important

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Cleaning chemicals - the smartest dosing

5th of August 2015
Cleaning chemicals - the smartest dosing

Intelligent dosing is changing the face of the chemical dispensing market. But some companies argue that simpler solutions can also be highly effective. Ann Laffeaty finds out about the latest products on the market designed to make chemical dosing more efficient than ever.

In today’s high-tech world, an increasing number of companies are

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Food hygiene - don’t risk your reputation

4th of August 2015
Food hygiene - don’t risk your reputation

Staff in a busy kitchen may be rushed off their feet, but there must be a full understanding that a good cleaning regime should never be compromised.

Cleaning surfaces, sanitising floors, cleaning cookers, washing the hands – what are the key cleaning tasks that need to be carried out on a regular basis in any food service kitchen? And what

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How can smaller suppliers compete with the industry ‘big boys’?

17th of July 2015
How can smaller suppliers compete with the industry ‘big boys’?

Businesses operating across the jan/san supply chain are part of a global industry worth €17.28 billion. As is the case in many industries, smaller companies have had to fight hard to compete with the bigger, multi-national corporations. But in a market this size, and one that is growing all the time, now is a great a time as any for smaller

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