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International visit puts Arrow on course for Far Eastern expansion

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One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of professional cleaning and maintenance chemicals received a Chinese seal of approval recently. Arrow Solutions was praised for the performance of its cleaning solutions, its manufacturing facilities and its health and safety track record ...

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Labels to change for pest controlled related products

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Following the United Nation’s (UN) Global Harmonisation System (GHS) of the classification and labelling of chemicals, pest control and other chemical products will undergo a number of changes to the labels that appear on the product packaging. In terms of timescales, ...

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Overused and under-performing: why chemical disinfectants are contributing to ‘biocide resistance’

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Genesis Biosciences who, on the back of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) latest announcement on the rise of superbugs, explain why chemical disinfectants are playing such a key role in creating biocide resistance On 27 February the WHO issued a ...

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Leading water treatment technology company, Lubron UK, welcomes new business development manager

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Lubron UK is delighted to welcome Steven Shave to the team. Steven will take over the role of Business Development Manager, and the 15 years’ sales and technical experience he gained in his previous position within the industry will stand ...

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Greyland secures new environmental and quality standards

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Cleaning chemicals manufacturer, Greyland, has announced that they start the New Year with two new ISO standards after being awarded the ISO 9001:2015 Quality and ISO 14001:2015 Environmental standards. Last year, Richard Dyson, Greyland’s managing director made the strategic decision ...

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Chemical mis-use can cause irreversible damage to internal stone

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A subsidary of Thomann-Hanry, leading interior stone specialists Specialist Stone Care, warns today of the mis-use of chemicals on interior stone potentially causing irreversible damage on the stonework of some of Londons most prestigious residences. Headed up by expert Kevin ...

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Chemical mis-use can cause irreversible damage to interior stone

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A subsidary of Thomann-Hanry, stone specialists Specialist Stone Care, is warning of the mis-use of chemicals on interior stone potentially causing irreversible damage on the stonework of some of Londons most prestigious residences. Headed up by expert Kevin Hooper, a specialist ...

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Testing clothing detergent claims

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The UK laundry detergent market is worth over one billion pounds each year and in such a competitive market it is important for manufacturers to make their products more appealing by claiming to offer outstanding performance. Claims include increased brightness, ...

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Growth set to continue for global cleaning chemicals market

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By 2020 the global industrial and institutional cleaning chemical market is expected to reach $51.4 billion (£41.3bn), according to market research company, Research and Markets. Currently valued at $41 billion (£32.9bn), the report states the market will show an annual ...

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HSE lab hosts BCC’s autumn meeting

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The picturesque spa town of Buxton in the Peak District, was the location for the British Cleaning Council’s (BCC) autumn meeting, at the Government’s Health and Safety Laboratory. There was a good turnout of association members and proceedings got underway with ...

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