INCLEAN NZ November available online

Check out the latest digital version of INCLEAN NZ, available now!

The November issue of INCLEAN NZ magazine is now available to be viewed online 

In this edition, the INCLEAN NZ team explores green cleaning in New Zealand’s cleaning industry. Green cleaning is a term that’s proved itself to be more than a buzzword as cleaning companies and BSCs within the industry continue to adopt greener and more environmentally friendly, sustainable practices.

Among our green cleaning topics in this edition; Fresh Green Clean director Bridget Gardner sheds light on the newly developed international standard for sustainable procurement, FMANZ’s Sara Carbery looks at green cleaning and sustainability in facilities management, while GECA’s Emma Berthold examines the good, the bad, and the misconceptions surrounding chemicals in cleaning.

Also in this issue, we speak to SPL Washrooms about its Indian business venture and Waiwhetu Distributors on becoming the sole distributor for the iRange in NZ.

Also, don’t miss INCLEAN NZ editor Claire Hibbit’s recap of the BSCNZ inaugural Cleaning for a Brighter Future conference, which was heralded a great success by all who attended.

The INCLEAN NZ team is now busy preparing for the February 2017 edition, which focuses on IT.  INCLEAN NZ will be looking at new advances in technology which are simplifying the jobs of managers and cleaners, making tasks quicker and easier.

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