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Feature: Optimising your waste management

Optimising your waste management

Chad Grainger, Key Account Manager – Public Services at Kärcher UK, looks at the importance of regular cleaning to support waste management and eliminate unwanted pathogens and bacteria....
Feature: Fighting pests on the frontline

Fighting pests on the frontline

National trade body the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) has issued a rallying call to cleaning operatives. Cleaning operatives are on the frontline of protecting public health –...
CHSA’s Guarantee extended to quality of office bin liners

CHSA extends Guarantee to office bin liners

Buyers of office and wheelie bin liners are now protected by the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) quality guarantee. Lorcan Mekitarian, Chair of the CHSA, explained:...
New style logo to guarantee quality of plastic sacks

New look for CHSA plastic sack guarantee logo

Buyers of plastic sacks need to look out for the new style logo that guarantees the quality of plastic refuse sacks. The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) Refuse Sack Accreditation...
JPC by Samsic retains contract with leading London business campus

JPC by Samsic retains Chiswick Park contract

JPC by Samsic, the cleaning arm of FM provider, has been re-awarded the cleaning and waste services contract at Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work, a leading business campus in West London. The...
Paper Round to change its name to Recorra

Paper Round gets a new name

Paper Round has announced that the company will be changing its name to Recorra. The change is a recognition that the company has long moved beyond the collection of paper and is a leading...
Ecoserv Group introduces monitored waste management

Ecoserv introduces waste management

Ecoserv Group, the multi-discipline FM company, is launching a managed service to help customers meet their waste and recycling commitments. The company has partnered with GPT Waste to deliver a...
Bin and gone: Tokyo stations take out the trash (cans)

Tokyo stations take out the trash (cans)

Tokyo’s Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation has announced that it will be removing all trash cans from its stations by 9 May 2022. Passengers using the Asakusa, Mita, Oedo and Shinjuku...
Essity survey reveals 80% of staff want a more sustainable workplace

80% of staff want more sustainable workplaces

Eight out of 10 office employees would like their workplace to be more environmentally-friendly, according to an Essity survey. Around 60% believe their colleagues would also react positively to...
SC Johnson helps Plastic Bank divert two billion plastic bottles from entering the ocean

Two billion plastic bottles diverted from the ocean

Social enterprise Plastic Bank has announced that it has stopped two billion plastic bottles from entering the ocean, revealing its partnership with SC Johnson has accounted for more than half of...

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