Resin used for plastic production is in high demand but short supply.
An up-and-coming Vancouver entrepreneur has won an award in recognition of his work to develop a first-of-its-kind window cleaning robot.
Public voting is open until July 9, with five finalists vying for the annual award.
The Building Service Contractors Association International is accepting nominations for its 2021 CLEAN Awards until July 30.
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification is accepting nominations for the 2021 Hall of Fame Awards until June 30.
The Ontario Healthcare Housekeeping Association (OHHA) has rebranded as the Canadian Healthcare Housekeepers Association (HHA).
BOMA members and other interested parties are asked to complete a short online survey ahead of the upcoming launch of the new Circular Economy Guide for Commercial Real Estate.
Only 20% of Canadian office workers surveyed said they want to return to the office every day, and 19% said they never want to go back.
A new study reports the global market for janitorial services is expected to grow to US$320 billion by 2027.
New funding will help renovate and rehabilitate 40 healthcare and long-term care facilities across Nova Scotia to improve patient and staff safety.
The trend has been most notable in office, industrial, and foodservice facilities, finds a GP PRO survey.
Larose joined ISSA Canada under its previous moniker in 1962 and helped grow the organization into the industry leader it is today.
Suburban office and corporate headquarters capture the limelight in the newly announced 2021 ENERGY STAR Canada awards for existing commercial and institutional buildings.
Canada recently listed plastic manufactured items on Schedule 1 under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), taking a first regulatory step in addressing plastic pollution.
Construction has begun on Eric Hamber Secondary school, the largest seismic school replacement project in Vancouver’s history.
Over 1,900 facilities in more than 80 countries have earned accreditation, and another 3,000+ are pursuing it.
IICRC has published a newly-revised, ANSI-approved ANSI/IICRC S500 Standard for Professional Water Damage Restoration.