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Hand hygiene was key to Team GB medal success

KIMBERLY-CLARK PROFESSIONAL* has hailed the role of good hand hygiene in the extraordinary success of Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. British athletes won an astonishing 29 Gold medals at the Olympics and another 34 at the ...

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Tork aims to make working life easier for cleaning staff

Around 100,000 European cleaning workers stay at home every day due to illness on injury. And smart product design can help to make life easier for cleaners, says Tork manufacturer SCA. Improving the working lives of cleaning staff makes sense ...

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Right product and preparation mean an easier winter

Keeping the public safe during ice, snow and plunging temperatures is as simple as making sure the right products are used in the right situation, advises an importer of ice-busting products and spreaders which offers free advice and guides on ...

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Norland secures maintenance term contract for Southampton Solent University

Norland secures Maintenance Term Contract for Southampton Solent University Southampton Solent University ((SSU) has selected Norland as its new Maintenance Term Contract (MTC) provider. The new contract covers the University’s 32 academic buildings and 8 halls of residence in central ...

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Cleaning and support services provider, LCC goes 100% self delivery

LCC the national cleaning and support services business has completed its programme to provide self-delivery of work on all of its accounts across the UK. The final stage was to transfer staff from a sub contractor under TUPE on one ...

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Aylesbury School turns wilderness into wildlife classroom

Bearbrook School, Aylesbury is turning a wilderness into a wildlife haven and outdoor classroom. John O’Conner Ltd, the grounds maintenance firm, and waste management company SITA UK have volunteered to adopt the project. Headmaster Marcus Faulkner asked the John O’Conner ...

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Tork expands its ergonomic packaging system

The new Tork packaging system designed to make life easier for cleaners has been expanded to incorporate even more products. Refills for the space-saving Tork Compact Auto Shift toilet tissue system are now housed in Tork Easy Handling™ packaging packs. ...

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Maruyama power tools trial a success

Currently celebrating its first year being imported into the UK, Maruyama’s power tools have performed well at trials carried out by Eastleigh Borough Council, Hampshire resulting in a vote of confidence in the shape of an order! The distribution of ...

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It pays to restore rather than replace and will help reduce waste

Alan Lewin, business development director of ServiceMaster Clean, explains how regularly maintaining and restoring your facilities can actually help save you money. Facilities managers can deliver significant cost savings to their organisations, as well as environmental benefits, by reviewing waste ...

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