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Churchill wins Camm & Hooper cleaning contract

Published on 7/01/2019

Churchill Services Group has been awarded a three-year contract by events management firm Camm & Hooper worth more than £500,000.

99.7% success for Jangro in CHSA audit

Published on 4/01/2019

Independent janitorial suppliers’ network, Jangro, has revealed that it scored 99.7% in the latest UK Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) independent audit.

Voting opens for the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2019

Published on 3/01/2019

The Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards Guide 2019 has been published, and the public vote is now open.

Suspected shoplifter caught out by street cleaner

Published on 2/01/2019

Birmingham street cleaner Sean Wright has helped police catch a suspected shoplifter on New Year’s Eve.

Clean hands help Airedale clean up

Published on 21/12/2018

Yorkshire chemical specialist Airedale Chemical has seen sales of its surfactant range, Airsurf, increase by 45% in just 12 months.

Merry Hill’s Christmas is elevated

Published on 20/12/2018

Star Platforms recently provided several cherry-pickers to Christmas decoration design and installation specialists James Glancy Design at the Intu Merry Hill shopping centre in Dudley, Warwickshire.

Directorship passes on to a new generation

Published on 19/12/2018

Charles Coward and Andy Coward have been appointed joint Managing Directors of family-owned specialist brush manufacturer, Hillbrush.

HydraMaster sold to Bluefin

Published on 18/12/2018

Bluefin Global LLC has purchased Nilfisk’s US-based carpet and restoration equipment specialist HydraMaster.

2018 winners announced for ISSA Hygieia Network awards

Published on 17/12/2018

The ISSA Hygieia Network, an ISSA Charities non-profit organisation dedicated to the advancement and retention of women in the cleaning industry, recently revealed its 2018 award winners at ISSA North America 2018.

Spending a penny now cheaper up North

Published on 13/12/2018

Three of the busiest railway stations in the North of England have had their toilet charges scrapped by Network Rail.

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