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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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RP Adam opens new powder plant at its Selkirk site

Cleaning and detergent manufacturer RP Adam Ltd (Arpal Group) has opened a new £100,000 UK powder production plant at its manufacturing base in Selkirk, in the Scottish Borders. The new facility has been designed to meet a growing demand for ...

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Monthind acquires Cambridge cleaning business

Monthind Holdings Ltd., the parent company of Monthind Clean LLP has announced the acquisition of Cambridge-based commercial cleaning contractor Atkins Gregory. Monthind will take over responsibility for all Atkins Gregory staff, contracts and its headquarters in Cambridge, while the business ...

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BCC says on-the-spot fines for fly tipping should be higher

Local authorities have now been given the powers to issue on-the-spot penalty notices for small scale offences relating to fly tipping. The new fines of between £150 and £400 will allow council’s to deal with these kind of offences quickly and efficiently, ...

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ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam revels in sunshine and success

ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam has been hailed a success with a total of 30,289 visitors attending the four day event to see new technologies and find out what is new and upcoming in the industry. This year saw the number of international ...

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Complete Cleaning lands £1.2m deal at Owens-Illinois’ Scottish plant

Scottish firm, Complete Cleaning has won a £1.2 million contract to deliver cleaning services to O-I Manufacturing UK’s plant, in Alloa, Scotland. The plant, part of the the international Owens-Illinois Group, makes the bottles for Scotland’s drinks and whisky industry. Complete Cleaning won ...

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Churchill motors ahead with Pentagon cleaning deal

Churchill has secured a contract with Pentagon Motor Group for the delivery of cleaning services to 16 sites across the north of England. Founded in 1991, Pentagon sells new and used cars and is now one of the UK’s top 30 ...

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B&M advises SMEs on change in waste definition

With a customer base of over 7,000, national waste management company B&M Waste Services has issued guidance to small and medium sized companies (SMEs) of the change to the legal definition of ‘waste’. Published jointly by Defra, the Environment Agency, the ...

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