Monthly Archives: July 2009

Five Features of Effective Green Cleaning Programmes

Astute individuals, businesses and government agencies know that clean plus green equals good. More than just a trend, implementing a green cleaning programme is now recognised as a wise business move. The much touted benefits of creating a healthier workplace … Continue reading

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Fighting MRSA Where it Lives

By Mark Warner on behalf of ISSA It seems we can’t go a day without more press coverage of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), or the superbug.  Infectious disease control has long been the concern of infection control departments in hospitals … Continue reading

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Hospital “Deep Clean” Programme

Most sectors of the cleaning industry have been rather scathing about the government’s ‘quick fix’ of throwing £50,000,000+ at the current hygiene problems within the NHS. Equally vocal have been the usual trades union demands that the funds be spent … Continue reading

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Are You Being Penny Wise, Pound Foolish?

In earlier blogs we discussed the methodology your facility cleaning service provider has probably used to make up their charge for providing your cleaning services. One of the reasons for doing this was to enable users to realise the competitive … Continue reading

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