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The future's bright

Published on 23/01/2011

A profile of leading cleaning products distributor Futures Supplies.

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Do you want fuel with that?

Published on 23/01/2011

Biofuels specialist Living Fuels are turning waste cooking oil into energy.

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A word to the wise

Published on 23/01/2011

We talk to branding legend Belinda Gooding about the Owl electricity monitor and about life after Duchy Originals.

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Evolution the key

Published on 23/01/2011

Tim Oldman, chief executive at Leesman, applies some Darwinian principles to workplace design.

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Shine on

Published on 23/01/2011

PHS Interclean's Richard Harrison on the benefits of floor refurbishment over replacement.

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Cover story: Controlling washroom costs

Published on 17/12/2010

Solutions from PHS for managing the ebb and flow of washroom traffic over the holiday period.

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'Now wash your hands’

Published on 16/12/2010

Deb Group on how facilities managers can help promote good hand hygiene.

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Wise words

Published on 16/12/2010

Managing facilities and sustainability effectively, with Sage UK and Causeway

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‘Hold my calls’

Published on 16/12/2010

Glenn Jackson of specialist Moneypenny on the potential value of outsourcing key admin functions. 

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Careful what you cut

Published on 16/12/2010

Cover Story: Don't blow a fuse

Published on 25/11/2010

Leading power module and cable supplier, Accessory Bits Ltd, believe that their customers always know best, which is why they have launched a new innovation with their customer feedback in mind. 

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The 2010 Spending Review: A time for heroes

Published on 25/11/2010

The government’s Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), the details of which were announced by Chancellor George Osborne last month, outlines cuts in public sector spending which are the broadest and most sweeping for a generation. Stewart Darkin reports.

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