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CIRI to conduct second survey for Cleaning Science Symposium

The Cleaning Industry Research Institute International (CIRI) has released its second survey, designed to help organisers further develop pertinent topical information, for CIRI’s upcoming Cleaning Science Symposium, Green Cleaning & Science. The event will be held at the Georgia Institute of Technology Conference Center in Atlanta, 27 to 29 April…

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This is a noble business, says Diversey’s Lonergan

The cleaning and hygiene industry has a responsibility to contribute to the better management of facilities and it can make the world a better place. Importantly, leaders such as Diversey have the intellectual property and technology to assist service provider clients in implementing sustainability programs. In what was acclaimed by…

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January/February INCLEAN magazine

January/February INCLEAN magazine mailed

The January/February INCLEAN magazine has been mailed. It focuses on our building service contractors’ up and coming young managers as well as carrying a comprehensive wrap of the important ISSA/Interclean North America exhibition. This magazine delivers a balanced spread of information pertaining to the contracting; in-house cleaning; distribution; and supplier…

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Ausclean Convention 2011

Bill Griffin to speak at AUSCLEAN Convention 2011

One of the world’s most respected cleaning industry educators, Seattle-based Bill Griffin will speak at the AUSCLEAN Convention 2011, which will be held at Jupiter’s Hotel & Casino, Gold Coast, on 27 and 28 September. Griffin established Cleaning Consultant Services in 1973, initially to market his 300-page ‘Comprehensive Custodial Training…

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Questions being raised about microfibre efficacy and hygiene

By Brian Clark Microfibre products first appeared on the cleaning market over 10 years ago and have rapidly gained acceptance throughout the cleaning and healthcare industry. They are widely touted by suppliers as a panacea for cleaning all surfaces and as super efficient cleaning aids that either eliminate or minimise…

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Regulation-free green zone

In a regulation-free zone, suppliers need to show leadership

By Bridget Gardner* Green products are defined as “those that have less of an impact on the environment or are less detrimental to human health that traditional equivalents”. So is it illegal to call a product green if it isn’t? Absolutely. Making a false or misleading ‘green’ claim contravenes the…

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