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Churchill in Scottish Police Authority win

Following a rigorous procurement process Churchill has been awarded a multi-site contract with the Scottish Police Authority (SPA) which begins this month. Churchill will provide cleaning and janitorial services on an initial three-year deal, with an option for a further two ...

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SWG extends presence with addition of Excitech’s CAFM business

Excitech, an Addnode Group company and the UK leader in technology and services for the construction and manufacturing sectors, has transferred its CAFM (Computer-Aided Facilities Management) business unit to Service Works Global (SWG), an Addnode company and international provider of ...

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Totalmobile in second double acquisition

UK-based, Field Service Management Software (FSM) company Totalmobile has acquired both Lone Worker Solutions (LWS) and Software Enterprises (known as Global Rostering System (GRS)). The move adds further capability and scale to Totalmobile’s comprehensive, end-to-end suite of Field Service Management ...

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A bit of light cleaning: Barkell launch UV coil disinfecting solution

Barkell, the UK’s leading air handling specialists, have announced the launch of LightGuard, a UV coil cleaning solution, to aid companies concerned about the safety of occupied buildings in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. UV disinfection systems are coming ...

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Sodexo on the menu at 13 schools in the Southwest

Sodexo has been appointed by the Diocese of Bristol Academies Trust (DBAT) to deliver the catering contracts for its expanding portfolio of primary academy schools. The £800,000 per annum contract commences in September 2020 and is for three years with ...

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Plastic as a material has a key role to play in reducing carbon emissions

A new report commissioned by Veolia and published by Imperial College highlights the importance of plastic as a material compared to alternatives when examining the carbon emissions. The report titled ‘Examining Material Evidence – The Carbon Fingerprint’ analysed over 70 life-cycle assessments ...

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Making the switch

Lauren Pamma, Electrification Proposition Lead at Lex Autolease, discusses how facilities management businesses can benefit from switching to electric vehicles and how to start the transition Record low levels of transport during the pandemic have had a noticeable impact on ...

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Elior UK launches Covid-secure food brand

To provide reassuarnce to staff returning to work, Elior UK has launched Good to Go – a new Covid-safe relaunch brand that will deliver a delicious range of food at sites quickly, conveniently and safely. The range, specially created by ...

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Interserve offers redundancy support in Liverpool

Interserve Learning & Employment has launched a redundancy support package to help people in Liverpool who have been made jobless during the Covid-19 pandemic. The free package on offer for unemployed people includes help writing CVs, learning how to find ...

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Ventilation as a means to reduce infection rates and improve wellbeing

By Malcolm Youll, Managing Director, Weiss Technik UK Ltd As the UK emerges from the Coronavirus lockdown, the main question on everybody’s mind is: what needs to be done to minimise the risk of infection? Hygiene has of course been ...

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