Writing exclusively for ECJ, Richard Sudall of Chemspec Europe examines the key challenges facing today’s carpet cleaning operations. He emphasises the importance of implementing a planned carpet cleaning regime.
Carpets are now installed across a much wider range of buildings than ever before and are even being laid on top of the recent
They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and the window cleaning sector is certainly proving this to be true, using innovative materials, technology and designs to answer client needs. Jochen Wagener, head of marketing for Unger Europe, reveals how window cleaning systems are adapting and developing to keep pace with key market
Brent Anderson of Midwest Rubber Europe explains why selecting a high quality squeegee for use on scrubber dryers is so crucial to a successful scrubbing job. He offers an overview of the different squeegee materials available and a guide to most suitable applications.
Clean floors help to create pleasant indoor environments. People are happier
Free pouring chemical, often referred to as ‘glug glug’, from a concentrate to create a ready-to-use solution is not an unusual practice. However, it does pose several challenges in addition to the obvious safety issues.
These challenges include the financial impact of using too much chemical, poor cleaning results from using
Cleaning and hygiene should never be compromised in a food preparation area. But it can be hard to maintain scrupulous standards in a kitchen where staff are habitually rushed off their feet. We ask companies what systems they offer that combine high hygiene levels with speed and efficiency for optimum food preparation cleaning.
Speed is of the
Telecom scams are a growing threat to businesses, with criminals deploying ever more sneaky tools and tactics. Hartley Milner looks at some tricks of the fraudster’s furtive trade and how to avoid falling victim to them.
The cold-caller’s patter went something like this… “Am I speaking to Mr Miller?” “Well,