A look at what's new in carpet cleaning technology.
Sensitive to water
The BRS 43/500 C from Kärcher is used together with iCapsol RM 768 OA carpet cleaner for dry interim cleaning of water-sensitive carpets.
The cleaning agent is sprayed onto the carpet directly in front of the two carpet shampooing roller brushes and then worked in at a
With growing demands and expectations worldwide on the cleaning industry to continually improve the effectiveness of mopping systems it has become apparent that the traditional mop and bucket system is no longer appropriate. Rubbermaid, writing exclusively for ECJ, looks at how this part of the industry is developing.
With growing demands and
A round-up of what's latest technology in the world of mopping.
Free of buckets
Ramon Hygiene has extended its range of 'bucketless' mopping systems with the Bio Cleaning Tool - a self-contained colour coded mopping solution.
This is available in two formats, for use with Velcro or pocket microfibre mop heads. The Velcro version is designed for
Anna Garbagna reports from Italy on a new collective agreement for the cleaning sector that was recently signed.
At the end of May, contract cleaning association FISE Anip, four other sector organisations and the trade unions signed an agreement for the renewal of the National Collective Labour Agreement (CCNL) for cleaning and
One of the UK cleaning industry's leading organisations celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, explain's ECJ's reporter.
As mentioned in the last edition's column the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) is 50 years old this year, which marks the first for a number of our cleaning organisations. In many cases the members of
Dutch reporter Anton Duisterwinkel on the new Code for Responsible Market Behaviour.
May 25, The Hague: the Code for Responsible Market Behaviour is officially presented to the minister for social affairs and employability, Henk Kamp. This code is a voluntary agreement between the major parties of the largest labour dispute that hit the