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Manchester Cleaning Show boasts biggest and best-ever attended show to date

The Manchester Cleaning Show has celebrated its biggest and best-attended event, with a record-breaking 85 exhibitors and 2,558 attendees participating in the two-day event – 1,000 attendees more than in 2022. Attendees descended upon Manchester Central from all over the world, including North America, South Africa, China, UAE and Australia. Over 40 expert speakers from […]

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Cleaning, hygiene and waste industry ‘in recovery’ after Covid-19 pandemic, says newly-published research

New research published by the British Cleaning Council (BCC) shows how the cleaning, hygiene and waste sector is ‘in recovery’ after the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. The latest figures, published today (Wednesday 13 March), show that the industry contributes nearly £59.8 billion to the economy, after a dip following the start of the pandemic.

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FWC offers seminar programme at the Manchester Cleaning Show for window cleaners

The Federation of Window Cleaners (FWC) has unveiled a special programme of seminars for industry staff attending the Manchester Cleaning Show. The FWC, which will also entertain attendees by staging a national window cleaning competition at the show next week, is expanding its offer with a series of free talks from industry experts and leading

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Keep Britain Tidy calls on people to make a Platinum Pledge for this year’s Great British Spring Clean

To help mark its ‘big birthday’, Keep Britain Tidy is hoping that more people than ever will support this year’s Great British Spring Clean. In 2023, around 350,000 volunteers in every corner of the country collected more than 400,000 bags of litter from our streets, parks and beaches. Some of that rubbish will have been

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BICSc and CSSA collaborate on innovative industry research

Experts from The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) and the Cleaning and Support Services Association (CSSA) have joined forces to work in partnership on an innovative pioneering project – The Future of Cleaning initiative. An industry first, this ground-breaking collaboration between the two organisations has been launched in partnership with the University of Surrey

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BCC and member columns in the news

The British Cleaning Council and members write monthly columns for both Cleaning and Maintenance and Tomorrow’s Cleaning. You can read recent columns below. To read the columns as they originally appeared, please visit https://cleaningmag.com/columnists and https://www.tomorrowscleaning.com/back-issues Winter illnesses highlight the need for common sense action on cleaning and hygiene By Delia Cannings, Chair of the British Cleaning Council.

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BCC and member columns in the news

The British Cleaning Council and members write monthly columns for both Cleaning and Maintenance and Tomorrow’s Cleaning. You can read recent columns below. To read the columns as they originally appeared, please visit https://cleaningmag.com/columnists and https://www.tomorrowscleaning.com/back-issues Hospital staff facing winter pressures deserve the nation’s thanks By Delia Cannings, Chair of the British Cleaning Council. (This column first

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Industry leader calls on Government to lead targeted hand hygiene campaign

A letter from former British Cleaning Council (BCC) Chairman Jim Melvin calling for the Government to take action on hand hygiene has been printed in The Times. In the letter, Jim Melvin, who is Master of BCC member The Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners (WCEC), noted the ‘absence of any true Government plan to cope

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