European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2019 - winners announced at London ceremony

18th of October 2019
European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2019 - winners announced at London ceremony

The annual European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards took place at The Church House in London last night, where the 2019 finalists were honoured at a glittering awards dinner.

Following a record year for entries, the judges considered over 130 nominations. Twenty-three finalists across nine categories were announced in August, and the London event

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Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit Paris date

17th of October 2019
Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit Paris date

The next Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit in Paris from November 6-7 will showcase developments in green ingredients, packaging and marketing. There will be two workshop and seminar sessions.

Reducing Packaging Impacts Workshop. Paul Jenkins, founder of The Pack Hub, will discuss the sustainable packaging options for home care & cleaning

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CMS Purus Innovation Award winners announced

16th of October 2019
CMS Purus Innovation Award winners announced

Kenter, Husqvarna, Hako and Adlatus are the winners of this year's CMS Purus Innovation Awards (PIA) 2019. They were presented with their prizes at a ceremony during the recent CMS professional cleaning exhibition in Berlin.

An independent panel of experts chose four innovations from among the exhibitors, in the categories Large Machines, Small

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‘Cleaners face a greater diabetes risk than teachers’

11th of October 2019
‘Cleaners face a greater diabetes risk than teachers’

Cleaners are three times more likely to develop Type Two Diabetes than university teachers and physiotherapists, according to a new study.

And professional drivers and manufacturing workers face a similar level of risk, while specialist managers and dental hygienists are much less likely to fall victim to the disease.

Researchers from

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Airbus monitors toilet use in cabin sensor trial

10th of October 2019
Airbus monitors toilet use in cabin sensor trial

Aircraft manufacturer Airbus is using sensors to track the use of toilets on a new "connected" plane.

Sensors have been placed on the lavatory door latches, on seats, in the overhead lockers and throughout the cabin on one of the company's A350-900 wide-body aircraft.

Airbus will use these sensors to track how many times the lavatory doors are

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Cleaning staff need better protection against dangerous substances

9th of October 2019
Cleaning staff need better protection against dangerous substances

Cleaning businesses need to do more to reduce workers' risk of exposure to dangerous substances, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OHSA) has urged.

Around four million people are employed by cleaning organisations across Europe and many come into close contact with dangerous substances every day, the agency said.

Risks arise

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