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Emprise gets on board Sea Cadets clean up operation

It was all hands on deck for support services provider, Emprise, after it sent a team from its cleaning division to help with a full deep clean of the Islington Sea Cadet Unit. Known for its strong commitment to community ...

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Facilicom takes charge of Tesla deal

Facilicom UK has secured a new deal with electric vehicles company, Tesla UK. Working with partners, the contract cleaning and soft services provider will deliver cleaning and maintenance services to all Tesla’s UK sites, including showrooms at Brent Cross, Heathrow Airport, ...

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Churchill signs up to the Academies Enterprise Trust

Churchill has grown its educational portfolio in Essex following the recent cleaning contract award of three academies belonging to the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET), as well as the Trust’s Head Office. From 1 July 2016, Churchill will be responsible for ...

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CHSA members raise £8,300 for cancer charity

Members and sponsors of the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) raised £8,300 at its annual Gala Ball for the chairman’s charity, The Helping Treat Cancer Together Committee. The charity helps cancer patients with treatment costs the NHS will not fund ...

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Indepth mobilises Eddie Stobart cleaning contract

Indepth Managed Services has officially confirmed its appointment with Eddie Stobart to provide daily cleaning services at the transport and logistics purpose-built service support centre in Appleton, Warrington. The centre boasts a unique design, distinguished by the clever use of fitted-out shipping containers as ...

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Incentive announces Living Wage on City & Guilds contract

Incentive QAS has introduced the London Living Wage to employees delivering a range of cleaning services to skills development organisation, the City & Guilds Group. The specialist cleaning arm of independent facilities management company Incentive FM Group is nine months into a three-year contract ...

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P&G’s Fairy dishwasher tablets end phosphate use globally

Following 30 years of research into non-phosphate formulas, Procter & Gamble has announced that it will eliminate phosphates from all Fairy dishwasher tablets by 2017.  This change will apply to retail brands globally, going beyond current legislation. Additionally, P&G will ...

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Cleaning industry gears up for Facilities Show 2016

In just under a month from now, cleaning and facilities management professionals will descend on the ExCeL London to discover new solutions, network, share knowledge and innovation at the cutting edge of the FM industry. The cleaning industry will be out ...

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BCC publishes research into UK cleaning industry

A new survey which examines the changes in the UK cleaning industry over a six-year period up to 2014, has been published by the British Cleaning Council (BCC). The study looks in detail at a number of key industry areas including employment, ...

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Churchill re-enrols at City of Norwich School

Churchill has extended its nine-year partnership with City of Norwich School for the continued delivery of cleaning services. As part of the re-tender process Churchill carried out a complete contract review to ensure it will continue to meet the school’s requirements, ...

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