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Colour coding--> beyond aşó-ębi: a Nigerian party events concept.

The notion of colour coding in cleaning or colour coded cleaning simply points to the practice introduced by the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) in the early 1990s to enable hygienic cleaning and eliminate as reasonably practicable cross-contamination. As we say and will continue to say in Cleaning 'n' more (@cleaningnmore), how we do what we do -cleaning- is as important as what we do. Basically the approach/methodologies involved in cleaning is as important as the actualization of a clean surface/space/environment/milieu. So where and how do we utilise the notion of colour coding in cleaning? Where: They are to be used in the vantage areas of a space that requires specific tools or equipments or materials. For instance, recommended or dusters used for dusting are to be purchased in different colour codes; sweepers, mops and mop buckets used for basic floor maintenance purchased in different colours and the list goes on...(applicable in many regards withi

So what do we recycle...?! 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️

Interestingly, it is discovered that (and I'd like to re-iterate here) recycling isn't just a modern day phenomenon- with significance spreading globally like wildfire but a historical phenomenon. For this paradoxical concept to be properly practiced, it is important to think through one of the important aspects of the recycling process: the careful understanding of what can be recycled and what may not be considered recyclable. Although we have as part of the recyclable material family the biodegradable food and garden wastes which are used as compost, majority of all recyclable materials are of a non-biodegradable nature. Recyclable materials are said to range from many kinds of glass, paper, cardboard, metal, plastic, tires, textiles, batteries, and electronics. Through many budding city-wide/sub-urban/residential property initiatives these aforementioned recyclables are picked from source, sorted through (in some cases) then cleaned for simply reusing or for re