A park in Beijing has installed toilet paper dispensers with facial recognition to stop visitors from using too much toilet paper.
Mark Jones shares his advice on educating cleaning staff in today’s digital landscape.
The Fair Work Ombudsman releases new app aimed at tackling the underpayment of young workers and migrant workers around the country.
Vicinity Centres is trialling a robot to clean its floors as the shopping centre group looks to “reinvest and redeploy” its cleaning contractors.
INCLEAN editor Claire Hibbit spoke with OneFlare’s head of technology, James Martin, on the sharing economy’s growing impact on Australia’s commercial cleaning sector.
The advancement and accessibility of mobile is seeing management and reporting processes become more efficient and streamlined with just the click, or swipe, of a button. Virtual Manager CEO Anil Patel spoke to INCLEAN editor Claire Hibbit on the digital shift taking place within the sector.
A waste management app that monitors a venue’s waste facilities and provides real-time updates to cleaning staff has taken out first prize at a two-day hackathon hosted by Spotless Group and Startupbootcamp.
A group of businesses in south London are trialling a new splashback wall coating designed to deter street urination and keep the town clean.
Driverless vehicles could be used to clean the streets and clear rubbish in Singapore, after two government agencies jointly called a Request for Information (RFI) exercise seeking the industry’s views.
A team of researchers from the University of Minnesota claim to ‘have invented a new soap molecule made from renewable sources that could reduce the number of chemicals needed in soap products’.
Employees at a Futurice, a digital innovation consultancy in central Helsinki, Finland, have created an app that shows users which toilets in the building are currently free and which are occupied.
Australian manufacturer Ansell has recently released a chemical resistant, single use disposable glove – it claims – is the thinnest in the world.