9-11 May 2023
ICC Sydney

Cleaning & Maintenance

Total Facilities is the biggest exhibition in Australia dedicated completely to facilities management.

The commercial cleaning service market is valued at AU$8.6bil and is forecast to grow steadily over the next five years with revenue predicted to rise at an annualised 1.7% to reach to AU$9.8bil by 2021-22. This is reflected in our dedicated cleaning and maintenance sector, which in 2017 over 12% of our visitors were interested in this segment. From pest control, commercial cleaning and hygiene supplies –  if you sell or supply cleaning or maintenance products, then you’ll be right at home at Total Facilities.

Who you will meet

Exhibiting Companies in 2018


The latest in cleaning trends

Fighting bacteria one bathroom at a time

While methods to clean and sanitise bathroom facilities vary, the need to measure the effectiveness of cleaning practices is becoming universal. And ATP testing – adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the universal unit of energy in all living cells – immediately determines if surfaces truly are clean.

Artificial intelligence and cleaning

Robot cleaning products are not a new concept. Devices like iRobot’s Roomba and the Electrolux Trilobite have been crawling around floors by themselves for almost two decades. But these devices are primitive compared to what is in the pipeline now, with cleaning appliances that are able to learn, adapt and improve their operations as they’re being developed and released on the market.

Five pet peeves about workplace bathrooms and how to fix them

It’s not surprising that bathrooms are one of the top areas for complaints in the workplace—they’re often a design afterthought. To combat these common workplace woes, Total Facilities is joining forces with leading hygiene company Initial to find Australia’s Best Bathroom Facility.

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