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  • 13 Apr 2018 10:51 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    Airport 13.5 Million Dollar Contract Under Janitorial Contract Set to Go to Firm With Recent Complaints Union Warns  - Airport - St. Louis is poised to award a janitorial services contract for St. Louis Lambert International Airport to a firm that in recent years has drawn attention from both the EEOC and the National Labor Relations Board, records show. Centaur Building Services, a St. Louis company recently acquired by Paris-based Atalian, submitted the lowest bid to the airport's request in January 2018. At $13.5 million,


    its bid was about $500,000 lower than its closest competitor. The city's Airport Commission is likely to approve the contract at its meeting May 2.

    More at source: Riverfront Times

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  • 12 Apr 2018 12:38 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Chicago Public School principals say schools remain ‘filthy’ under $340 million dollar janitorial contracts. 

    A year after Chicago Public School hired private companies to clean schools, many principals remain completely unsatisfied with the work, saying the benefits of the $340 million contracts have yet to materialize. 

    At least 260 of 522 principals of district-run schools answered surveys by the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association, and 200 of them said that their schools were not cleaner than before Aramark and SodexoMagic took over janitorial services. More than 200 also said the contracted services did not free them up to spend more time on instructional issues as promised, according to the survey. 

    More at source: Chicago Sun Times

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  • 10 Apr 2018 9:16 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

     Why would you ever use dangerous cleaning chemicals? 

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  • 09 Apr 2018 12:08 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Oxnard cleaning service owner pleads guilty to workers' compensation fraud - 

    An Oxnard business owner pleaded guilty Friday to four felony insurance code violations related to workers’ compensation payments, according to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office.

    Prosecutors said Victor Vega, 52, made fraudulent statements to reduce the cost of workers’ compensation insurance for his company Vega’s Cleaning Service. He also admitted special allegations that the crimes involved the taking of more than $200,000. 

    Vega will be sentenced at 9 a.m. June 5 in Ventura Superior Court. He faces a maximum of 10 years in state prison and could be ordered to pay up to $428,867 in restitution.

    More at source: VCStar

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  • 06 Apr 2018 12:01 PM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

    Schools janitors strike back

    SEIU janitorial worker Maxine Gladney spoke about her job cleaning schools for CPS. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times

    Janitors who clean Chicago Public Schools buildings said Thursday that schools are dirty because the private mega-company managing them has cut too much staff.

    And if Aramark doesn’t agree to add 500 more custodians during contract negotiations, members of SEIU Local 1 will strike, union president Tom Balanoff told the Chicago Sun-Times in the wake of reporting that showed some 90 schools failing district-led “blitz” cleaning inspections.

    More at source: Chicago Sun Times

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  • 02 Apr 2018 9:14 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)
    What does California’s Cleaning Product Right to Know Act require?

    The Act applies to certain finished cleaning products, including air care products, automotive products, general cleaning products, and polishes or floor maintenance products used primarily for janitorial, domestic or institutional cleaning purposes.

    The following information must be disclosed on cleaning product websites by Jan. 1, 2020:

    Intentionally added ingredients, listed in descending order of predominance by weight.

    Nonfunctional constituents present in the product at a concentration of 0.01% or greater.

    The Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number for any intentionally added ingredient or nonfunctional constituent listed shall be listed with each; if the CAS number is not available or an ingredient is confidential business information, the CAS number must be cited as “not available” or “withheld,” respectively.

    The functional purpose served by each intentionally added ingredient.

    More at source: State Of California

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  • 01 Apr 2018 11:24 AM | IJCSA - (Administrator)

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