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VClean Life launches green-cleaning (dry-cleaning) facility

VClean Life, the UK’s first entirely 100 per cent green-cleaning facility will begin operations today (12 September) in Watford, marking the dry-cleaning industry’s shift to a future without perchloroethylene (PERC). The multi-million pound VClean Life hub will be the first ...

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How universities can limit the spread of refreshers’ flu

Following a restful Christmas break, many students have already arrived back at university, ready to embark on ‘refreshers’ week’. Like freshers’ week, the first week of the spring term is usually a time for celebration. However, it can also bring ...

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How cleaning can embrace the green agenda in 2018

The issue of sustainability has never been higher up on the corporate agenda. With businesses across the supply chain increasingly demanding evidence of ‘green credentials’ from their suppliers, organisations which do not adopt a proactive approach to mitigating their environmental ...

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Environmental sustainability and the search for ‘green credentials’

Environmental sustainability is a key issue across a number of sectors, not least in the area of facilities management and contract cleaning. Businesses across the supply chain are demanding to see evidence of ‘green credentials’ from all their suppliers, pushing ...

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Mean to be Green

So-called ‘green cleaning’ may be the right thing to do, but hard-pressed facilities managers need to square that virtuous circle with tight cleaning budgets and the expectations of their client and customers. Carl Robinson, marketing manager of cleaning and FM ...

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