ECJ's preview to what's being launched at the CMS show in Berlin from September 20-23.
Among the new products on the Kärcher stand is the walk-behind B 40 C-W scrubber dryer, featuring a brand new operating system called the Kärcher Intelligent Key. This is used to set individual user profiles, making it extremely easy to
Iceland has started accession talks to join the EU, setting off a process that could take several years and hit stumbling blocks over fishing rules and debt.
The early phase of talks should proceed smoothly, because unlike other EU hopefuls in the western Balkans, Iceland comes to the negotiating table well prepared in many areas thanks to its
In his fourth article for ECJ, Pedro Chidichimo explains the benefits for facility management companies of working with suppliers in the identification and development of innovations that solve end user needs. New processes, new relationships and most importantly, a new culture must be set to achieve sustainable differentiation in the
German correspondent Thomas Schulte-Marxloh looks at how modern architecture is affected by sustainability policies.
Sustainability, environment, nature and purity have become key words in our modern world. Contemporary examples of architecture are supposed to reflect this shift from a disposable society to a sustainable, environmental friendly
Correspondent Tom Crockford reports from Helsinki in Finland on the problems caused by the use of leaf blowers.
The autumn always used to be considered by many as being the ‘quiet’ season. But that was before leaf blowers came along. The gentle autumn sun still shimmers on brightly coloured leaves, and the season continues to instil a
Stress-related illnesses are one of the biggest causes of staff absenteeism in Europe. Yet surveys reveal businesses seem more prepared to take the hit in terms of lost productivity than get to grips with the issue, as Hartley Milner reports.
I’m under so much pressure at work I really don’t know how I’m going to cope!” It