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What encapsulates carpet care?

Carpets have never gone out of fashion. But many do look jaded, marked by neglect, and destined for premature replacement. Stephen Pinhorne, national sales manager of Truvox International, explains why the regular deep clean encapsulates carpet care Carpet care begins ...

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ISSA/Interclean round up

This May saw a total of 30,289 professionals from 134 countries descend on Amsterdam for four days for the ISSA/Interclean show in Amsterdam. Over three quarters of the visitors came from outside the Netherlands with massive contingents from Oceania, Western ...

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Delivering a superior washroom experience

Customer satisfaction is always a priority for facilities managers (FMs). Ed Borrini, target market leader for Office Buildings at Kimberly-Clark Professional, advises on best practice Employees want to be reassured that they are more than just a number. They want ...

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The role of the chairman

Simon Hollingbery became chairman of the British Cleaning Council in the summer of 2015, becoming the first BCC chairman from the public sector. He is also the building cleaning services manager at Reading Borough Council, and chairman of ABCD, (The ...

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Specialist Cleaning

CHT investigates the costs and affects of graffiti and gum and explains why you need to act quickly to deal with the problem Gone are the days when graffiti was invariably seen as a scourge to be eradicated. Works by ...

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Manchester Cleaning Show 2016

The inaugural Manchester Cleaning Show took place over the 6th and 7th of April this year. Hosted at Event City and timed deliberately to sit in the middle of the Cleaning Show biennial cycle the show organisers expected something more ...

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Catch the train to quality

Becoming a contract cleaner doesn’t involve any qualifications or skills. CHT looks at why this is a double edged sword and how a lack of training after staff are hired can massively impact quality Different companies are always going to ...

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Step up

If you think about cleaning at height, you probably think of ladders, elevated platforms or abseiling. Each of these has an important role to play, but you could be overlooking the fundamental aspect of working at height, according to Sean ...

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It’s NOT just the product, it’s the process

Environmentally friendly service provision has been a feature on the political and business agenda for many years. In this article Scott Newland, ECS chief operating officer, discusses the importance of approaching environmentally friendly cleaning from a lifecycle perspective Making its way ...

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Boosting business through training and development

Jan-Hein Hemke, managing director of soft services and contract cleaning specialists, Facilicom UK, looks at how businesses can reap the benefits of developing the people who work with them Training and development is great for the individual concerned, helping them ...

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