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A healthy investment

Workplace hygiene is a hot issue, with cleaning firms on the front line. Dominic Ponniah, CEO of Cleanology, explains how the firm’s commitment to staff training benefits the workplaces they service Sickness in the workplace is a pain for everyone ...

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Clearing the air

Jamie Woodhall, Technical & Innovations Manager at Rentokil Specialist Hygiene with advice on keeping ventilation compliant over the summer and beyond Britain is in the midst of one of its hottest years. The warmest February day on record occurred this ...

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Wash and go

No one wants to spend more time in the washroom than they need to. Stuart Hands from Tork manufacturer Essity looks at ways of speeding up the washroom experience for users and cleaners alike The average person spends around 92 ...

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Flying solo

London Stansted Airport has taken the unusual step of insourcing its cleaning and waste management – the first major UK airport to do so. Sara Bean visited the terminal to discover how the in-house FM team is managing London Stansted ...

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Keep it clean

Iain Fraser-Jones, MD of Greenzest Sustainable Cleaning Services, explains the benefits to FMs of a wider interpretation of sustainability Sustainability in cleaning has come a long way since the mid-2000s when it was really just another word for ‘environmental’. Yet ...

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FM at Christmas

For the majority of the UK, the Christmas holidays are a welcome break offering much of the UK time to rest and prepare for the new year ahead. Among the nation’s population, however, is a group within vital services that continue to ...

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The appliance of science

Cleaning apps integrated with CAFM can improve the efficiency of the cleaning function, says Karl Greenfield, senior product specialist at FSI Incorporating cleaning processes within the analytical and performance management capabilities of CAFM adds a new, scientific aspect to what ...

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Career Ladder talks to NJC’s vertical manager 

Q: What was your first ever job? I was attending a Leisure and Tourism course at college, which I really wasn’t enjoying. I remember my parents going on holiday and when they came back I had quit college and started working ...

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Keeping London’s landmarks pristine

Famous, high-profile buildings like The Walkie Talkie and The Gherkin in London require a special approach to cleaning, not just for the health and safety of those visiting and working inside them, but to meet the expectations of the world ...

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Spring into action

An annual spring clean provides the perfect opportunity to rejuvenate a workplace and re-evaluate its cleaning strategy, says George Hand of Office Depot The spring clean has been a tradition in one form or another for centuries. The act of ...

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