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Articles by Phillip Lawless

January 2014 Cleanthoughts

Looking Good For 50

2014 marks five decades that our magazine has addressed, informed and assisted managers in the cleaning industry.

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January 2014 Cover Story

Battling Budget Pressures

Training proves imperative when cleaning budgets plummet.

As the cleaning and maintenance industry enters a new year, it is faced with a number of intimidating market challenges.

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CM e-News Daily

The cleaning industry in 2014

Learning more about the industry issues that are poised to affect the cleaning market in 2014.

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CM e-News Daily

CM e-News Daily: Company news and directory

Turn to our Directory to find contact information, website addresses and more when looking for equipment or chemicals.

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CM e-News Daily

Introducing the new CM e-News Daily

Cleaning & Maintenance Management has added even more information and value to our daily e-News service.

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December 2013 Cover Story

Looking To The New Year

Industry professionals point to the most important issues for 2014.

Hope springs eternal, as the old saying goes, and never does that seem more applicable than at the beginning of a new year.

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December 2013 Cleanthoughts

Surprise! It’s Almost 2014

Wait a minute … is it December already?

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November 2013 Cleanthoughts


This year, ISSA/INTERCLEAN 2013 is scheduled for the week before Thanksgiving in hustling and bustling Las Vegas, Nevada.

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November 2013 Cover Feature

Running Water, Soap And 20 Seconds

Simple steps to help cleaning operations prevent common illness outbreaks.

While there are no magic spells or effective ancient herbs, one important step every person can take to stop infection and prevent illness is actually quite simple: Wash your hands.

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October 2013 Cleanthoughts

Fighting Fall Frights

Calling upon modern technology and up-to-date training, workers strive every day to kill harmful bathroom bacteria and viruses and to prevent dangerous cross contamination.

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