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Tesla joins trend for laser cleaning technology

22nd of January 2020
Tesla joins trend for laser cleaning technology

Electric car manufacturer Tesla has filed a patent for windscreen wipers that use laser beams to burn away dirt from the car's windshield.

This is the latest example of the growing use of laser technology to remove unwanted substances from surfaces.

乐动体育南安普顿The Tesla patent notes the inefficiency of traditional windscreen wipers, which are typically

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Hotel staff show off their cleaning skills in the ‘Housekeeping Olympics’

21st of January 2020
Hotel staff show off their cleaning skills in the ‘Housekeeping Olympics’

Housekeeping staff at Las Vegas hotels have an added incentive to work hard and hone their skills on the job.

乐动体育南安普顿Every year they are invited to take part in the Housekeeping Olympics, held by the International Executive Housekeepers Association to celebrate their work.

Staff of 15 top Las Vegas hotels took part in the 2019 competition which was

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Clean washrooms make for a civilised country, says Armenia’s PM

20th of January 2020
Clean washrooms make for a civilised country, says Armenia’s PM

The state of a country's public toilets is an indicator of how civilised that nation is, according to Armenia's prime minister.

乐动体育南安普顿And in a bid to boost tourism he has proposed to shut down those commercial facilities deemed to have unsuitable toilets.

The lack of clean and proper public facilities is considered to be a major issue facing Armenia's

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Dirty hand mould experiment goes viral

17th of January 2020
Dirty hand mould experiment goes viral

A Facebook post about a school hand-washing experiment has gone viral after it revealed the unsightly fungus that can grow on dirty surfaces.

乐动体育南安普顿Teacher Dayna Robertson and behaviour specialist Jaralee Metcalf wanted to demonstrate the importance of hand washing to ward off germs. So they took five slices of bread and asked 17 pupils in their

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Charmin solves the problem of toilet paper run-outs

16th of January 2020
Charmin solves the problem of toilet paper run-outs

Charmin has unveiled a bear-shaped robot that will respond to its owner's urgent request for a fresh roll of toilet paper.

The self-balancing Rollbot is designed to be used in the home and works on the assumption that the owner will have his or her smartphone in the toilet with them. When a new roll is urgently needed, the washroom user sends a

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Robots and data - their role in sustainability

15th of January 2020
Robots and data - their role in sustainability

Sustainability in business has become an increasingly popular topic as companies recognise the need to have a firm grip on their triple bottom line. Economic, environmental, and social risks and opportunities abound in business, but creating an operations model that speaks directly to aspects of profits, people and planet is not always easily

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