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Cleaning all day?

25th of November 2010

ECJ speaks to one contract cleaning company that has successfully converted one of its largest contracts into a daytime cleaning operation, and another for which daytime cleaning is an inherent part of the business model. We also examine the advantages and disadvantages of the daytime cleaning concept.

In recent years daytime cleaning has become

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Search & destroy tactics success

25th of November 2010

For some years the Dutch guidelines on infection prevention and the country's method of dealing with MRSA outbreaks have been held up as an example to the healthcare profession around the world. ECJ editor Michelle Marshall visited the Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands to meet Thea Daha, an infection control specialist for the

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Sustainability core to values

15th of October 2010

Since it was founded in 1980 Ecover has been dedicated to developing and producing effective and ecological cleaning products made from plant-based and mineral ingredients. This is a company that has not become sustainable in line with changing trends – it led the way in sustainable business practices. ECJ editor Michelle Marshall visited

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Like-minded partners

15th of October 2010

Sustainability is not a subject only to be addressed by manufacturers – contract cleaners and distributors have their key role to play in driving the industry as a whole towards a more sustainable future. In the first part of this special report, ECJ editor Michelle Marshall looks at the example of Principle Cleaning Services, a privately

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Formalising food hygiene

15th of October 2010

The Eurostars Grand Marina is a five-star hotel in the heart of Barcelona, Spain. European Cleaning Journal editor Michelle Marshall visited to see how health and safety standards in food safety and water hygiene are being monitored and upheld using a risk management system called Cristal developed by Check Safety First.

Foreign holidays and

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Search & destroy tactics success

15th of September 2010

For some years the Dutch guidelines on infection prevention and the country's method of dealing with MRSA outbreaks have been held up as an example to the healthcare profession around the world. Hygiene for Health editor Michelle Marshall visited the Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands to meet Thea Daha, an infection control

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