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What do female customers want from a feminine hygiene unit, and how are manufacturers delivering it? We look at research into this field and find out how manufacturers are meeting their customers’ needs.
Companies that manufacture feminine hygiene bins have their work cut out for them. They need to come up with products that are hygienic,
It has been a difficult couple of years for the eurozone, due to the economic crisis. ECJ correspondent Hartley Milner looks ahead to what 2011 may hold for the eurozone – seeking opinion from business leaders inside and outside the cleaning sector.
Surveys show business confidence in Europe is at its highest in three years, with
Cross-contamination needs to be avoided in any environment where crowds collect in order to prevent the spread of infections and viruses. So which touch points are the chief culprits for passing on illnesses, and what products do cleaning companies offer to reduce the risk?
Swine flu has returned with a vengeance this year and is adding to the
Senior figures from the cleaning industry gathered in Amsterdam recently to discuss the increasingly widespread problem of ‘copycat’ products entering the European market. The meeting was hosted by European Cleaning Journal and Amsterdam RAI.
The subject of intellectual property (IP) violation has been highlighted by a number of the
We must all tread more softly on the planet and leave a smaller carbon footprint, we are constantly told. But with European economies deeply in the red can businesses really afford to go green? Hartley Milner tries to find out.
The message from those who have already grasped the nettle is simply they cannot afford not to 'go green' –
As part of this edition’s special report on ‘green’ cleaning, Activeion Europe examines the issue of glycol ethers, which are used in the manufacture of many cleaning chemicals. Their safe use has been the subject of much discussion and controversy over the last 20 years, and research is continuing.
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