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Cover Story


Time for a change When Atlas FM required a system to enhance the


coordination and monitoring of its nationwide cleaning operation, they turned to SmartTask.


Regular


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Preparing for Brexit BCC Chairman Paul Thrupp discusses Britain’s


impending EU exit and how it could spell change for the cleaning industry.


Look back, and forward Rawlins MD James White reflects on the major


industry developments that have occurred during the company’s 50 year existence.


Feature


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Perfect hospitality There’s a biological cleaning product revolution in the


HoReCa industry, says Genesis Biosciences. News Flash


What's New Your essential industry news, including all the latest


appointments, contract wins and exciting company announcements and product launches. This month, finalists for the ECH Awards 2019 are revealed, nominations open for the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2020, and the ISSA announces their 2020 Board of Directors.


Editors Pick 34


A straight flush Cannon Hygiene uses smart technology to help a


Sheffield casino save 1.5m litres of water a year.


Technology


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There’s a toilet app for that Essity’s Stuart Hands investigates how smartphone apps and software are revolutionising our trips to the loo.


For a sustainable future Robert Scott’s Steve Courtney informs us of the


uses and benefits of the Toucan Eco, as well as explaining the technology behind it.


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Cleaning in a connected world The benefits of Internet of Clean-enabled


technology are discussed by Diversey. Disposables


Reducing our disposable use Steve Palmer, from Tork manufacturer Essity, asks


how we can reduce our use of disposable products in places where they’re essential?


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www.tomorrowscleaning.com


Top of the class As classrooms begin to fill up, Northwood get to


work making sure the washrooms are best equipped to deal with the influx of students.


Health and Safety (PPE, Working at Height)


Eliminating explosions Nilfisk’s John Brill warns us about the importance of managing explosive dust in a production environment.


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The pressure’s on David Kennedy reveals why cleaning specialists


using water jetting are being urged to follow new injury management guidelines.


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