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Cleanex keeps Stoke City FC ground in premier condition

Premier league football club Stoke City is regularly home to over 28,000 fans. The Potters are the second oldest professional football club in the world and the stadium also includes a second football pitch sized training academy in Stoke on ...

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Testing clothing detergent claims

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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Keeping workers’ skin protected, and healthy

A structured skin care programme for the workplace should not only provide handwashing opportunities. Creams are as important if facility managers are to keep the skin of workers protected, and heathy. Paul Jakeway, marketing director at Deb, explains Whether it’s eating, ...

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Challenges in hiring, training and retaining staff in the cleaning & hygiene sector

Does your organisation struggle to hire, train or retain cleaning staff? Ankush Gupta, an entrepreneur and founder of London-based cleaning agency St. Anne’s Housekeeping, takes a look at the staffing challenges faced by businesses in the cleaning and hygiene sector. ...

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Unleashing the power of scrubbing

Scrubber dryers earn the role of cleaning workhorse by virtue of their versatility alone. But going cordless leads to a raft of further advantages, says Stephen Pinhorne, UK national sales manager of Truvox International The day is approaching when just ...

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Health and Safety

Health inspectors have always been a figure of fun in sitcoms but the problems with hygiene in cafes, restaurants and the like are becoming more and more common. CHT investigates Hygiene standards in cafes, restaurants, bars and even office canteens ...

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How to make hygiene routine

Managing the risk of infectious outbreaks is not just about deep cleaning and disinfectant, says James White, managing director of Denis Rawlins Ltd. To be truly cost-effective, routine cleaning needs to be hygienic Facilities managers are paying greater attention to ...

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A very green clean

Over the past few years environmentally friendly procedures and green initiatives have permeated just about every part of every industry. In this article CHT looks at how these trends have affected the cleaning sector Rob Abrahams is senior strategic director ...

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Bacteria, but not as you know it

Cleanliness is not something normally associated with university life. If you’ve ever set foot in a student house, you’ll know that coursework and cider take priority over cleaning. However, universities are still legally required to responsibly manage the wastewater they ...

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Environmental sustainability and the search for ‘green credentials’

Environmental sustainability is a key issue across a number of sectors, not least in the area of facilities management and contract cleaning. Businesses across the supply chain are demanding to see evidence of ‘green credentials’ from all their suppliers, pushing ...

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