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Month in FM

New product and service launches and company news from the FM industry.

Family housing reduces lone worker risk with Identicom

Family Housing is helping to reduce potential risk to its lone working, front-line staff by contracting with Connexion2 for its award winning and ACPO ‘Secured by Design’ accredited Identicom lone worker device (LWD). The Identicom LWD is providing the housing ...

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Ginny the dog – the secret weapon in the fight to control London’s rat problem

We’ve all heard sayings along the lines of “you’re never more than six feet from a rat in London”. While this may be an exaggeration to enforce a point about the number of furry pests around the capital, many often ...

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100th birthday garden makeover

Joyce Law received a very surprise 100th birthday present – a bouquet of flowers and a garden makeover. Joyce, a keen and able gardener until last year, lives in a garden flat managed by Hightown Praetorian & Churches Housing Association. ...

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A big man needs a big loo seat!

When a national treasure like Bill Maynard had problems in the bathroom, Gordon Ellis & Co came up with the solution. At 84, Bill is big guy and uses a wheelchair. Both at home and at his favourite poker casinos ...

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Beware refills from alternative suppliers

Dispensing systems are the ideal solution for many facilities managers, minimising mess and often making best use of available space. Once the system is installed, however, many turn to an alternative supplier for the toilet tissue and hand towel refills ...

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New investment boost for waste managers

A recession-busting £500,000 waste transfer site development by Fareham-based Cleansing Service Group (CSG) is now open for business. The facility on the Quarry Wood Industrial Estate, Aylesford, Kent, meets the need for a specialist waste transfer and treatment station in ...

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Sainsbury’s shines a light on LED energy savings

In a world-first for Sainsbury’s and GE Lighting, customers at its new Leek supermarket are the first to shop under GE’s latest energy efficient LED system. The first supermarket installation in the world of GE’s Lumination™ Linear Suspended lighting, which ...

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Energy, sustainability and water management portal launched

Leading energy and sustainability consultant TEM has launched its Energy Lens Portal, a unique, web based system that provides the complete solution to the storage and management of all data relating to sustainability, water and energy. TEM’s Energy Lens Portal ...

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Infor supports discovery of New Higgs Boson Particle at CERN

Software leader Infor has announced that CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, now manages over one million assets, including more than 500,000 accelerator components of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) used in the recent discovery of the Higgs boson ...

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OCS offers employment to Prince’s Trust trainee

Prince’s Trust trainee James Hines has accepted OCS’s offer of employment after successfully completing his work placement at London Luton Airport. The 18-year-old is one of 16 young people who participated in The Prince’s Trust ‘Get into Airports’ initiative run ...

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