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Hospitality laundries charge to the rescue of the NHS and care homes

Over thirty hospitality laundries have already signed up to a new certification scheme that will allow them to help the UK’s health and social care system  manage the increasing amount of dirty linens and textiles that is being created by ...

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Oxford-based Innovative UK hygiene company officially opens

OpenClean Technologies is officially open for business with the launch of its hero product: the PullClean hand-sanitising Door Handle. The innovative Door Handle design was invented by two Oxford Academics, including a Doctor who felt he did not have the opportunity to wash or ...

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Add the full range of UV-C disinfection products from GOLDENSEA UV to your cleaning protocol to ensure a truly deep clean and prevent the spread of Covid-19

With the easing of lockdown and recent changes in government guidelines, workplaces of all kinds are eager to open their doors, kickstart their businesses back to life, and recoup some of the losses inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic. To do ...

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Egbert Taylor introduces Green Rewards for local authorities

Egbert Taylor is to launch a new ‘Green Rewards’ scheme to promote the sustainable benefits of buying metal bins Made in Britain.   Many of Taylor’s competitors only assemble bins in the UK after importing materials from countries such as ...

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Rentokil Initial partners with Saracens Rugby Club

Saracens Rugby Club has selected Rentokil Initial as the Club’s Official Hygiene Partner for the restart of the 2019/20 campaign. With Rugby’s Gallagher Premiership set to return on Saturday 15th of August, this strategic partnership, believed to be a first ...

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Majority of Brits won’t visit eateries without visible safety and hygiene measures in place

Seven out of 10 UK adults would avoid visiting eateries if their first impression didn’t make them feel safe, according to a new study. In research commissioned by specialist hygiene services provider Citron Hygiene, 67 per cent of UK adults ...

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Chris James steps down as CEO of WAMITAB

Following an announcement on 22 July 2020 regarding the closer integration of WAMITAB into the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM), the awarding body for qualifications in the resources and waste sector, has announced that Chris James has stepped down from ...

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Domestic who cleaned up after Covid

The arrival of coronavirus made people nervous including non-clinical hospital staff like domestic cleaner Engelbert Camilleri. The 26 year-old works in Ealing Hospital’s A&E department but he was reassigned to the Rapid Response Team during the first wave of the ...

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Cleaning companies are adopting new technology to cope during coronavirus

Cleaning companies have faced huge challenges during the response to Covid-19. Whilst some areas of the sector have seen businesses totally shut down, many have been scrambling to keep up with demand, having to adopt new standards and new ways ...

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High-level cleaning and hygiene sector workshop planned for later this year

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) has held a virtual meeting with Matthew Taylor, Director of Labour Market Enforcement (LME), as part of its drive to ensure the voice of the cleaning and hygiene sector is heard at the highest levels. ...

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