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Loo of the Year entries close 31 July

Published on 5/07/2019

The closing date for entries for the 2019 Loo of the Year Awards, the annual competition to find the best places ‘to go’ in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, is 31 July.

Biffa guilty of exporting banned waste to China

Published on 4/07/2019

Biffa has been convicted of breaking the law by labelling household rubbish as ‘waste paper’ and exporting it to China.

Jangro’s new catalogue: a closer look

Published on 3/07/2019

This summer sees the launch of Jangro’s brand new Cleaning & Hygiene Supplies 2019/20 catalogue.

Serial toilet clogger jailed

Published on 2/07/2019

An American man has been jailed for 150 days, handed three years’ probation, 100 hours of community service and a $5,500 (£4,354) fine for deliberately blocking women’s toilets.

Bradford MP opens Christeyns’ new facility

Published on 28/06/2019

Chemicals specialist Christeyns’ brand new engineering facility at Cutler Heights, Bradford, has been officially opened by Judith Cummins, MP for Bradford South.

DCA celebrates fifth birthday

Published on 27/06/2019

British Cleaning Council member the Domestic Cleaning Alliance is celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2019.

ISSA merges with GBAC

Published on 26/06/2019

ISSA has announced that it and the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) have agreed to merge, with the GBAC effective immediately now known as ‘GBAC, a Division of ISSA’.

Mirius makes the SME Export Fast Track 100

Published on 20/06/2019

Coventry-based cleaning and hygiene product manufacturer, Mirius, has placed 67 in the coveted 2019 Sunday Times 100 Fastest Growing SME Exporters league table.

Sales team boost for growing company

Published on 18/06/2019

Washroom services specialist, Simply Washrooms, has increased its sales support with four new appointments to its sales team.

FM workers display higher hygiene levels

Published on 17/06/2019

Research suggests that FM workers are more likely than others to blame colleagues for spreading illness, and also tend to take cleaning into their own hands to maintain hygiene levels.

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