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more efficient. In this way we not only avoid unnecessary inspections, we also stay one step ahead thanks to needs-based cleaning.


“We now only receive positive feedback on the washrooms and have been able to achieve all our set targets.”


Rainer Ringler, from Unilever’s workplace services, said: “Our top priority is to ensure that our facilities meet the highest standards for our employees. With Tork EasyCube we have achieved this goal and met other efficiency targets. Our expectations have definitely been exceeded.”


www.tork.co.uk/easycube


UNILEVER GETS HELPING HAND FROM


EASYCUBE Tork EasyCube has helped global consumer goods company Unilever to significantly improve cleaning efficiency at its Hamburg headquarters.


Unilever’s nine-storey Hamburg office building has received awards for sustainability and innovative design. But maintaining high standards of cleaning is a daily challenge in a busy office, where the washrooms are used by up to 5,000 people on an average weekday.


NEW SALES AND MARKETING


DIRECTOR FOR MIELE Sam Bailey has been appointed new Sales and Marketing Director for the Professional Division of Miele in the GB territory.


Bailey joins Miele from Dyson, where he held a number of key roles overseeing European marketing and global digital operations in its Professional division, before spending time in a global senior commercial role within a high growth category.


Bailey is no stranger to Miele, having previously been the organisation’s CRM and Online Manager. Bailey’s reappointment to Miele comes as Les


20 | WHAT’S NEW?


Since installing more than 260 connected Tork EasyCube devices throughout its offices, the company has managed to cut the number of cleaning rounds from 90 to 68 per day. And the company reports that its cleaners are less stressed now they have the assurance that soap, towel and toilet paper supplies will be available 100% of the time, thanks to the EasyCube facilities management software.


Sodexo holds the contract to clean the 38,000m² Unilever building. Sodexo’s Site Manager for Unilever, Christiane Doms, commented: “Thanks to real- time data on cleaning requirements we can now make our cleaning routes


Marshall announces his retirement after 17 years as Sales and Marketing Director with the firm.


Commenting on his appointment, Bailey said: “Miele products are synonymous with quality and longevity and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to re-join the company and continue the great work that Les is leaving behind.


“Miele boasts an impressive and well-established partner programme throughout Great Britain and I look forward to getting to know the partners and working with them to grow Miele’s presence as the industry’s leading commercial laundry, dishwashing and washer disinfection manufacturer.”


www.miele.co.uk/professional


ENGLAND PROPOSES PLASTIC BOTTLE


DEPOSIT SCHEME England is planning to introduce a deposit scheme for single-use glass and plastic bottles, and steel and aluminium cans, subject to consultation.


The move is a bid to cut waste and boost recycling, increasing prices and incentivising more responsible behaviour – a similar plan has been announced for Scotland, and Wales has launched a study to consider a deposit scheme. Similar schemes in northern Europe have led to a large increase in plastic recycling.


Environment Secretary Michael Gove said: “We have already banned harmful microbeads and cut plastic bag use, and now we want to take action on plastic bottles to help clean up our oceans. We need to see a change in attitudes and behaviour. And the evidence shows that reward and return schemes are a powerful agent of change.”


However, the industry is concerned about the price tag, and that it may be asked to foot the bill for the scheme. Plastics producers currently pay just 10% of the cost of packaging recycling. Councils will also want to ensure kerbside collecting isn’t undercut by the deposit process.


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