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Pick your Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2018 Winner

Published on 18/12/2017

The Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards Guide has been published and the public vote is now open.

SOFHT Award for Christeyns Food Hygiene

Published on 15/12/2017

The Green’R range from Christeyns Food Hygiene has received recognition at the Society of Food Hygiene and Technology Awards in London.

Loo of the Year 2017 winners crowned

Published on 14/12/2017

Who were the winners at this year's Loo of the Year Awards?

ICE Group integrates acquisitions

Published on 13/12/2017

ICE Group has confirmed the full integration of Reintec, TecServ and CES into the business, with a separate, dedicated team leading the transition.

Diversey to acquire Twister

Published on 12/12/2017

Diversey has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Twister Holding AB, with the transaction expected to close in 2017.

INTERCLEAN Amsterdam expands with On-Premise Laundry

Published on 11/12/2017

INTERCLEAN Amsterdam has expanded the scope of the show to include a dedicated area for the On-Premise Laundry sector.

Arrow makes CrossCountry impact with Bombdardier

Published on 7/12/2017

Bombardier Transportation’s Central Rivers depot in the Midlands has joined forces with cleaning chemical manufacturer Arrow Solutions.

Vectair moves marketing offices to new location

Published on 6/12/2017

Vectair Systems has announced that their marketing offices will be moving away from their existing base in Leatherhead, UK, to Fetcham Park House in Surrey.

Ecolab acquires Arpal Group

Published on 5/12/2017

Ecolab Inc. Has announced that it has acquired RP Adam Ltd (Arpal Group), the 126-year-old manufacturer of cleaning and disinfectant products based in the Scottish Borders.

Huge fines after cleaner electrocuted on live rail

Published on 4/12/2017

Wetton Cleaning Services Limited and London and Southeastern have been fined £1.1m and £2.5m respectively, following the death of a cleaner in 2014.

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