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In the right environment, complete robotic cleaning could only be a year or two away. Alex Blake looks the ways smart technology is changing the cleaning industry and calls for benchmarked standards on how it's being used.
Active Workplace Solutions invited a select group of FM experts to discuss the critical components of sustainability and why the industry’s current challenges call for a reappraisal of what that word means. i-FM reports.
On exactly the same day that yet another key supplier of services to the government ran into financial problems, last week saw a speaker from the Cabinet Office tell the Workplace Futures conference that "we need significant cultural change on all sides".