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Julius Rutherfoord launches biometric based time and attendance system

London cleaning specialist, Julius Rutherfoord, has launched what it calls a ‘ground-breaking’ biometric based time and attendance system, safeguarding the security of both sites and the cleaning team. Biometric identification, whereby a person’s identification can be verified through unique physical ...

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Tele Taps…an unTAPped market

Tele Taps are revolutionary sensor taps equipped with a 7 inch HD screen Mida Systems, a media company that use state of the art technology to deliver digital advertising to taps in public washrooms have announced that they have launched ...

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Washroom tech

Washroom specification is a serious business in the public sector. Not only must building operators ensure adequate prevention of MRSA, Legionella, Pseudomonas and other dangerous infections but there is also the issue of hot water safety to consider – no ...

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Robo-Clean

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If you ever get bored at work, there are few things more fun than looking back at the olden days and reading predictions about the future. Flying cars, moon bases and the utter ridiculousness of the internet are well known ...

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Workplace Trends

How has the typical workplace changed in the past 25 years and what impact has this had on health and hygiene? Charlotte Boniface from Tork manufacturer SCA considers the effects that trends such as hot-desking, new technology and the diminishing ...

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I, Cleaner

Much of the knowledge, experience and expertise surrounding cleaning and hygiene today is taken for granted. Sometimes we act as if cavemen washed their hands before roasting their mammoth meat and the Ancient Greeks whipped out the furniture polish before ...

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