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CHSA & BACS ‘REACH’ out to cleaning & hygiene sector

Distributors in the cleaning and hygiene sector gathered at a recent event held in the West Midlands to get answers to their questions on the implications of the REACH regulation.   The regulation places responsibilities on the users of cleaning ...

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BICSc educational Roadshows are a big hit

The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) has recently launched a series of educational Roadshows for cleaning professionals and businesses, which are touring the UK throughout 2016. The inaugural Roadshow took place in May at Sealed Air Diversey Care in ...

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Expect the uninfected

When it comes to infections we are constantly told that prevention is better than cure. CHT investigates what steps can be taken to make sure you don’t have an outbreak in your workplace So first of all, what is an ...

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Schooling cleaners

Cleaning in schools and colleges is very different from cleaning a normal office, there are a whole host of specific rules, regulations and advice to take into account. CHT casts its eye over some of the most important According to ...

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Obsessive compulsive cleaning

Over recent years more and more people have become aware of the trials and pitfalls surrounding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Films like The Aviator and celebrities “coming out” about the illness have seen it properly enter the public consciousness. It ...

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Churchill teams up with Museum of Science and Industry

Churchill has struck up a partnership with the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester for the delivery of cleaning services. The Museum of Science and Industry, part of the Science Museum Group (SMG), is devoted to the development of science, ...

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Danny Keen joins Facilicom

Facilicom UK, the contract cleaning and soft services specialist, has appointed Danny Keen as its new corporate solutions director. In his new role, Keen will help to strengthen the Facilicom commercial team as it goes through a period of sustained ...

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Lubron UK announces major rebrand

Lubron UK in conjunction with its European counterparts, is future-proofing its corporate identity with a rebrand. The rebrand will see new branding and imagery, along with a new website and a corporate identity that will be visible in every aspect of ...

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Complete Cleaning gears up for expansion

Scottish commercial cleaning company, Complete Cleaning has launched a restructure of its business which should see its turnover double to an impressive £10 million by 2020. The business which was founded by Donald Carslaw in 1984, will incorporate as Complete Cleaning ...

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Scientists inspired by the Lotus leaf create world’s first self-cleaning metals

Using inspiration from nature, a team of European researchers have harnessed new photonics technology to develop the first fluid-repellent, antibacterial, metal surface taking us a step closer to self-cleaning saucepans, toilets, and dishwashers. Taking their ideas from defence mechanisms found in ...

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