User-friendly cleaning chemicals

22nd of July 2020
User-friendly cleaning chemicals

In an ideal world, all our chemical cleaning products would be pleasant to look at and easy to use. But how important are such factors in the great scheme of things? Ann Laffeaty asks chemical manufacturers and cleaning companies whether user-friendliness is a high priority as far as they are concerned.

Using a chemical cleaner can be a somewhat

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Software and mobile solutions - are cleaners getting smarter?

21st of July 2020
Software and mobile solutions - are cleaners getting smarter?

Are cleaners keeping pace with the latest digital technology, or are they resisting any high-tech changes to their working methods? And what incentives are companies offering their cleaners to sweeten the “smart pill”?

It is becoming a growing trend for cleaning companies to introduce “smart solutions” into the workplace

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After COVID-19 - a new world order?

17th of July 2020
After COVID-19 - a new world order?

With humanity in the throes of one of the most serious pandemics in a generation, it may seem too great a stretch to talk about a silver lining to the crisis. For all that, COVID-19 is having unforeseen impacts that could set us on a path to a more sustainable world economic order should we choose to take it, writes Hartley Milner.

Global CO2

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How effective cleaning measures create hygiene and safety - part two

6th of May 2020
How effective cleaning measures create hygiene and safety - part two

The risk of infection is reduced considerably in a clean, well-kept environment that is regularly cleaned. Disinfection measures are also only effective if dirt has been removed from floors, surfaces, etc, beforehand. In this new series, Kärcher has been offering an overview of which cleaning technologies are available to fight pathogens

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Public washrooms - under social pressure

4th of May 2020
Public washrooms - under social pressure

The increasing use of social media and the advent of rating apps are putting pressure on washrooms and laying them open to public scrutiny. But how are washroom providers responding to this pressure, asks ECJ?

Using the washroom has traditionally been a private experience. However, an increasing number of us are now sharing our daily lives with

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The role of biotechnology in sustainable cleaning products

1st of May 2020
The role of biotechnology in sustainable cleaning products

The first sustainable cleaning products appeared on the professional hygiene market in the early 1990s and the increase in demand for these products has led to innovation and several new technologies. Biotechnology is one of the most important, as Steve Teasdale, vice-president of scientific affairs at Innuscience explains.

The first sustainable

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