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Making recycling work

More and more companies are looking to improve recycling at work, and cleaning firms need to support them. Cleanology takes things a step further, explains Dominic Pooniah, CEO of Cleanology, by actively encouraging clients to recycle, and training staff to ...

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ISSA and NORMI join forces

ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, has announced it has entered an alliance with the National Organisation of Remediators and Mold Inspectors (NORMI) to undertake initiatives that leverage the expertise of both organisations for the mutual benefit of their respective ...

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Meeting the post Brexit challenge requires leadership

Leadership is key to the hospitality industry meeting the post Brexit challenge, says industry consultant, Bob Cotton Helped by a weakened pound, Britain’s hospitality industry is surviving the initial Brexit negotiations remarkably well. Hotel occupancy in London is at near ...

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Julius Rutherfoord & Co takes European award for focus on training

London specialist in cleaning and soft FM services provision, Julius Rutherfoord & Co has won the ‘Commitment to and investment in training’ award at the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2017. The awards, which recognise standards of excellence in the ...

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Cleanology tops the tables for worker welfare

London-based Cleanology has beaten the industry’s top names to the final of the European Cleaning and Hygiene awards. The company has been shortlisted in the Workforce category, which recognises excellence in employee relationships, training and diversity. CEO Dominic Ponniah welcomed ...

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Facilicom MD securing students’ interest in FM sector

Trigion Security and Facilicom Cleaning Services Managing Director, Jan-Hein Hemke, is to guest lecture to the final year bachelors’ students studying Facilities Management at Liverpool John Moores University, in October. Hemke will be sharing his experience of the challenges of delivering ...

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The National Living Wage

With the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) last year bringing the minimum wage for over 25-year olds to £7.20 and the next rise due within weeks, there has been much debate over how this increase will further impact ...

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Adopting resource-saving technology

With the Cleaning industry under even greater pressure to reduce water and energy use, adopting resource-saving technology is a vital step towards a business that is sustainable both from a business and an environmental point of view In the face ...

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Five ways to build a successful sales culture

By Paul Black, CEO, sales-i Even the most successful sales pitch gets worn out with repeat use. A lack of innovation and motivation prevents good salespeople from becoming great. Instead, they rely on routine orders from existing customers and stop ...

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WCEC honours Novus for its contribution to industry training

The Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners (WCEC) has announced that Novus, the business sector of Manchester College, is the winner of the 2016 Eric Hill Memorial Award. This annual award – presented in association with the City and Guilds Institute – goes ...

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