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British Toilet Association making headlines 

The British Toilet Association (BTA) has made national and international news with Managing Director Raymond Martin being interviewed by over 50 sources from the UK and World news media about all aspects of public toilet provision and cleaning. It started ...

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BCC names two new board directors

Delia Cannings of the ahcp and Kim Phillips of the ABCD have been elected to the board of the British Cleaning Council (BCC). Delia Cannings Cannings, National Lead for Education & Training, the Association of Healthcare Cleaning Professionals (ahcp), Phillips, Chair of the Association of Building ...

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BCC warns public of ‘profiteers’ cashing in on Coronavirus fears  

The industry body for the cleaning and hygiene sector says the public is being targeted by organisations from outside the established cleaning and hygiene sector, that offer products and services which purport to protect buyers from the virus but can come with an exceptionally high mark-ups or have ...

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CHSA requests CMA investigate unscrupulous traders

The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) has written to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) requesting it investigate possible profiteering by unscrupulous organisations capitalising on the exceptional demand for cleaning and hygiene products. The CHSA has requested the investigation ...

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British Cleaning Council asks to meet minister to discuss key industry issues

Following discussions with the Government about the official, national guidance it issued this month to businesses about how to ensure workplaces are safe from Coronavirus, the British Cleaning Council (BCC) has written to the Minister for Small Business, Consumers and ...

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CHSA calls on the Government to specify employees of manufacturers and distributors of cleaning & hygiene products as eligible for priority testing

The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) has written to the Health Secretary, The Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, asking employees of manufacturers and distributors of cleaning and hygiene products be eligible for priority testing for the coronavirus Anyone over ...

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CHSA warns buyers to be aware of profiteers capitalising on unprecedented demand

The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) is warning all buyers of cleaning and hygiene products to beware of unscrupulous profiteers capitalising on the unprecedented demand for these products. New companies have been set up to buy and sell on ...

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Interclean unveils online programme

The current Covid-19 pandemic is impacting the world and as the people become more focused on hygiene and cleaning, knowledge transfer has become even more crucial. To facilitate this knowledge transfer, Interclean Amsterdam has created an online programme that will run ...

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BCC calls for all cleaners to be included in priority list for Coronavirus testing

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) is calling for all cleaners to be to be included in the expanded first wave of testing for Coronavirus for ‘essential workers’ announced last week. Last Thursday, the Government launched an online testing scheme which ...

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Lives of cleaners ‘put at risk’ due to lack of Coronavirus testing, says BCC

The lives of cleaners working on the frontline in the fight against Coronavirus are potentially being put at risk because they are not automatically entitled to testing, according to the industry body for the sector. The British Cleaning Council (BCC) ...

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