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Cordant wins multi-million pound Midland Metro deal

Midland Metro has awarded Cordant Cleaning a three-year contract to provide a range of services across its tram network in Birmingham, following a competitive tender. The tram franchise was previously operated by National Express who Cordant had successfully partnered for ...

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CHSA’s Pro-Am Golf Tournament raises £1,500 for RNIB

Members of the cleaning industry have raised over £1,500 at the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) annual Pro-Am Golf Tournament for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). Combining this with the money already raised at the Gala ...

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New study reveals clean hands are good for business and wellbeing

Hand washing does not only protect us against disease – it can also bring happiness, wellbeing and business gains. This emerged in a new study commissioned by Tork manufacturer Essity in the run-up to Global Handwashing Day on October 15. ...

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Bell steps down from CHSA Council 

After many years of service, former Chairman of the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) and recently retired Managing Director of Deb Limited, Jeff Bell is stepping down from the CHSA’s governing Council.   “Jeff has made an enormous contribution to ...

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Finalists for European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards in Berlin announced

Thirty-six leading service providers, manufacturers and distributors have made the shortlist across 10 categories in the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2018. The awards, which are now in their third year, recognise standards of excellence in the professional cleaning industry, ...

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TCFM scoops multi-site Poundland deal

TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has won the contract to deliver window and external signage cleaning across the country for Poundland. The contract being delivered by a team from TC Specialist Services, part of TCFM commenced last month.  It provides window ...

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Spectrum cleans up at new V&A Dundee Museum

Spectrum has secured the cleaning services contract at the new V&A museum in Dundee, located on the River Tay. A world-renowned name, the new 8000m² V&A museum, designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and associates, explores the global importance of design ...

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Chemicals specialist grows apprentice numbers

Christeyns, who manufacture and supply detergents and supporting chemicals for the UK laundry sector, has taken on four new apprentices, bringing the total of talented youngsters on their scheme up to 10. Bradford-based Christeyns has been recruiting apprentices for the ...

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CHSA names winners of its 2018 undergraduate bursaries

Krupa Solanki and Ellie Walker have been named as the recipients of the CHSA’s 2018 Undergraduate Bursaries. These bursaries have been awarded following the CHSA Council’s decision earlier in the year to award up to two bursaries every year for ...

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VClean Life launches green-cleaning (dry-cleaning) facility

VClean Life, the UK’s first entirely 100 per cent green-cleaning facility will begin operations today (12 September) in Watford, marking the dry-cleaning industry’s shift to a future without perchloroethylene (PERC). The multi-million pound VClean Life hub will be the first ...

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