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ABM UK awarded Transport for London contract

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Transport for London (TfL) has today announced that it has awarded a five-year contract for the provision of cleaning and associated services to ABM UK – guaranteeing 2,800 people will receive the London Living Wage. The contract includes the cleaning of Tube stations ...

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Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit Europe agenda unveiled

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The upcoming Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit will feature bio-based surfactants, ethical labels, green formulations, and marketing developments. Organised by Ecovia Intelligence, the fourth edition of this executive summit will take place in Paris on 8-9 November. The two-day programme comprises ...

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ISS wins Hitachi Rail’s fleet cleaning services deal

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ISS has won a contract with Hitachi Rail for the IEP (Intercity Express Programme) for Great Western Main Line. The three-year deal which commences in August 2017, will see ISS providing fleet cleaning services at Hitachi’s Train Maintenance Centres stabilising ...

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Servest awarded with BICSc assessor status

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The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) has awarded Servest’s retail and leisure division training centre accreditation and assessor status. The UK’s largest independent, professional and educational body within the cleaning industry granted Servest with BICSc accreditation and assessor status as a result ...

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BCC elects new chair and deputy at 2017 AGM

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The British Cleaning Council (BCC), which represents over 20 national trade associations linked to the UK’s cleaning, hygiene and waste management sectors including the CIWM, officially elected a new Chairman and Deputy Chair at its recent Annual General Meeting (AGM). ...

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Churchill gains early readmission to Scottish university

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Churchill has been appointed to stay on at the Queen Margaret University (QMU) located in Musselburgh near Edinburgh for a further two years. The support services existing three-year cleaning contract with the university was not due for renewal until December 2017 ...

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Julius Rutherfoord Training Academy commended by BICSc

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Julius Rutherfoord & Co’s award-winning Training Academy located in Battersea, London, has passed its recent British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) audit with flying colours. Free to all of the company’s cleaning operatives, the Training Academy offers induction training as well as ...

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Look out for the CHSA sticker!

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More than 100 cleaning and hygiene distributors have applied to join the Cleaning & Hygiene Association’s Accreditation Scheme (CHSA) for distributors since its launch in January this year. Companies which have passed the Accreditation process are beginning to display the ...

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Wellingborough Norse cleans up with three contract renewals

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Norse subsidiary Wellingborough Norse has had three of its major clients renew their cleaning contracts. British horse racing services provider Weatherbys Ltd, Southfields schools and Latimer Arts College have all renewed their cleaning agreements with Wellingborough Norse for a further two ...

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Cromwell Polythene’s Paul Fleetwood re-elected to CHSA Council

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Paul Fleetwood, National Accounts Director at Cromwell Polythene, has been re-elected to the Cleaning and Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) Council for a two-year tenure. Fleetwood has been on the CHSA Council Board since April 2009 and is an active member ...

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