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Cleaning uncovers Co-op cash machine skimming device

A skimming device was discovered on the Moffat Co-op cash machine when a member of staff

was cleaning it. Police are now seeking a man who was seen acting suspiciously near the ATM amongst other leads. Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary said that any suspicious activity near a cash machine should be reported to them immediately.

Hull & East Yorkshire NHs retains its trust with mITIE

MITIE, the strategic outsourcing company, has retained a major healthcare cleaning contract in England for a further five years.

The contract, with Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, consists of two large acute hospitals and five smaller sites, with approximately 570 MITIE employees involved in a variety of hospital cleaning duties.

The new multi-million pound agreement will continue until 2016 with a possible two year extension after that. Connect supply to Eco Depot

Europe’s largest timber framed, straw bale clad building is home to the administrative offices of York City Council’s Neighbourhood Services.

Designed to show that buildings can be environmentally sustainable without compromising quality, the total lifetime CO₂ saving as compared with a more conventional brick and steel construction is an amazing 2,815.5 tonnes. No surprise then when the contract for the supply of hand towels and toilet tissue was drawn up an early stipulation was that all products had to be manufactured from recycled material.

Which was no problem for Connect because within their Leonardo range is a number of 100% recycled paper products. But there is more to sustainability than recycling, there

is the control of waste which leads to the very important cost in use efficiency figures.

Warren Smith, Operations Manager at the Council was convinced that the VersaTwin toilet tissue dispenser’s ability to eliminate stub roll waste and the roll towel dispenser’s efficient one sheet at time, flat to the user presentation, was a winning combination. All this and the delivery of the highest standards of hand drying hygiene too!

Warren and his team are currently working on a project seeking to evaluate the difference between the running costs of this remarkable building and that of a nearby similar sized building of conventional construction, also owned by the Council. Leonardo will be playing its part! Interserve wins william Hill cleaning contract

Interserve has won a multi-million, three-year contract to clean William Hill’s entire betting shop estate – the largest in the country.

This is the first time that William Hill has outsourced the cleaning of its entire betting shop estate throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

Beginning in February 2011, Interserve now HIss crowned

The generosity and commitment of ISS staff was recognised recently at the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Heart Hero Events Award Ceremony where the company won the Ongoing Corporate Involvement Award.

Steve Workman, ISS Head of Corporate Responsibility, said: “The award is a great achievement and recognition of the

cleans over 2,300 sites throughout the UK, with William Hill benefitting from Interserve’s experience in delivering nationwide store support to retailers across the UK.

What’s On? 2011

eart Heroes

commitment of my ISS colleagues who participated in the London to Brighton Bike Ride, the High Peak Winter Trail, the Bournemouth Bay Run and the Great North Run in 2010. On behalf of BHF and ISS I’d like to thank everyone who participated in a BHF event last year for their fundraising efforts.”

The future of our cleaning industry | TOMORROW’S CLEANING | 7 NEWSFLASH

5th – 7th April CleanScene Melbourne Melbourne, Australia

14th- 16th April Connections Conference and Exhibition Florida, USA

18th – 20th May ISSA/Interclean Centre/East Europe Warsaw, Poland

For a full list of events, CLICK HERE.

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