WFBSC Berlin congress - early bird discount ends soon

29th of June 2017
WFBSC Berlin congress - early bird discount ends soon

Delegates registering for the World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC) congress in Berlin this September can save €300 by doing so before July 27 thanks to the special early bird rate.

Cleaning in a Digital World - with its impact on processes, people and technology - will be the central focus of the programme which takes

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Hot-desking offices have dirtier desks, says study

28th of June 2017
Hot-desking offices have dirtier desks, says study

A study by Initial Washroom Hygiene has found that hot-desking workplaces may be less hygienic than those with fixed-desks, increasing the risk of cross-contamination and the spread of colds and viruses, such as Norovirus.

Hot-desking, where employees don't have one fixed workstation but switch desks every day, has become increasingly popular in

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EFCI and UNI Europa launch Selecting Best Value guide

27th of June 2017
EFCI and UNI Europa launch Selecting Best Value guide

Contract cleaning associations, clients and trade unions from around Europe gathered in Brussels recently for the launch of Selecting Best Value, a guide for private and public organisations awarding contracts for public services.

The guide was developed by contract cleaning umbrella organisation the European Federation of Cleaning Industries

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Read the June/July edition of ECJ online now

26th of June 2017
Read the June/July edition of ECJ online now

The June/July edition of ECJ is now available to read online or via the ECJ app. Highlights include:

 

Productivity – the impact of longer working hours

Food hygiene – street food trend changes hygiene practices

European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards – closing date for entries approaches

Digital world – solutions

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Another summer of litter shaming?

23rd of June 2017
Another summer of litter shaming?

Should we rely on civil service employees to clean up after us? ECJ reporter Lotte Printz takes a look at summer littering in Denmark in her latest blog.

Read it here

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Glastonbury Festival uses 'Pee Power' to turn urine into electricity

22nd of June 2017
Glastonbury Festival uses 'Pee Power' to turn urine into electricity

Information boards powered by urine will keep visitors up to date with events at this year's Glastonbury Festival.

Liquid waste from some of the festival's toilets will be fed through microbial fuel cells to create sufficient "Pee Power" to light up 10 boards. The technology has been designed by scientists at the Bristol Bioenergy Centre at the

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