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Infinite Textiles: greener linen for hospitality and healthcare

The Textile Services Association (TSA) has teamed up with UKHospitality, Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and Professional Clothing Industry Association Worldwide (PCIAW) to launch the Infinite Textiles scheme. The scheme will see commercial laundries partnering with their customers to ...

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How to design a child-friendly washroom

A survey by hand-dryer manufacturing firm Airdri recently highlighted that more UK children are scared of hand dryers than the dark, bad guys and ghosts. The research has led the experts at the brand to share guidance on washroom layouts ...

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Wigan Council receives Certificate of Excellence

A new waste collection technology recognised with a certificate of excellence from the iESE has seen an increase in pro-active communication with residents, slashed enquiry resolution times and cut paper usage of teams by over 70 per cent. Waste collection ...

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Principle conference to put focus on sustainability and people

Principle Cleaning Services is hosting its second sustainability conference, on Thursday 31st March, at Barings’ London office. The theme is sustainability and people with presentations covering what ESG means in real estate and how to report on it effectively, the ...

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Killis named official Innovation partner for the Manchester Cleaning Show 2022

Killis, a leading distributor of specialist cleaning equipment and janitorial supplies, has been announced as the official Innovation partner for the Manchester Cleaning Show 2022.  Following the successful UK launch of its king-sized, autonomous cleaning robot, Rex, at The Cleaning Show ...

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Cleaning costs of UK’s most iconic palaces and stately homes revealed

Professional cleaning company, Purefreedom, has analysed the cleaning costs of some of the UK’s most iconic palaces & stately homes, to find which famous period property is the most expensive to maintain. The study reviewed the amount of rooms & square footage of over ...

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Incentive FM introduces cleaning techniques to combat Human Coronavirus

Facilities management firm, Incentive FM, has introduced Nordic Chem antimicrobial coating throughout The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, to prevent the spread of harmful pathogens including the Human Coronovirus. Nordic Chem antimicrobial coating has been proven by independent UK laboratories to terminate harmful ...

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Strike averted as GOSH agrees to give hundreds of cleaners full NHS contracts

United Voices of the World (UVW) has announced that a two-day strike, which had been due to take place at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), has been averted. Last minute concessions by bosses at GOSH mean hundreds of cleaners, who ...

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Cleanology hires top new operations director to support rapid growth plans

A leading commercial cleaning company has appointed a new Operations Director to play a key part in its expansion drive. With over 40 per cent growth in 2021-22 alone, commercial and office cleaning company, Cleanology, has recruited South African-born Juliet ...

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Rats return to restaurants: Rentokil Pest Control sees surge in commercial rodent enquiries

New data released by Rentokil Pest Control highlights the growing problem of pests facing recently reopened hospitality businesses. Comparing the number of commercial enquiries received from businesses looking to deal with rats, mice and other rodents during the lockdown in ...

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