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Onet unveils its latest innovations at the Europropre trade show.

Tuesday 28 March 2017
- Communication Department
Onet unveils its latest innovations at the Europropre trade show.

On March 28th, 29th and 30th, Onet will be present at the Europropre Multi-Services Trade Show which is being held at the Porte de Versailles in Paris.

Exclusive: Onet unveils its latest innovation and offers numerous product demonstrations



Connected sanitary facilities: a new approach to cleanliness.

On the occasion of this trade show, Onet will be presenting its latest innovation: Connected sanitary facilities

This solution is a real breakthrough in the field of traditional cleaning processes. It offers the double advantage of placing the user at the heart of the system, while allowing our agents to become more efficient. It is a new way of understanding cleanliness as the service continuously adapts to the premises, by providing precise indicators on frequency of use.








To find out more about connected sanitary facilities, join us on the Onet booth


In order to develop this new service, the Group used the talents of its subsidiary Antalios, a start-up specializing in connected objects. In November 2016, Antalios won the Med'Innovant award for "Contactless Technologies (excluding payment) and professional connected objects" for its anti-terrorism patented invention for measuring dustbin levels.



GreenFlow: Our application to manage your waste stream


GreenFlow is a global application for waste recycling, a connected application to be (re) discovered during Onet's demonstrations at the trade show. It allows the precise monitoring of waste production and streams. The challenge? To continuously improve our clients' processes through organizational, security and financial development.



The GreenFlow web interface adapts to and partners all types of clients by responding to all their needs, and can be coupled with waste management offers specially developed for the services sector and the industrial sector.



Innuscience: a range of biotechnology products


At Onet, we are always looking for products which meet strict quality and environmental requirements, thus continuing our approach to implement a cleaning solution based on eco-labeled and biotechnological products. Innuscience products, distributed by our subsidiary Prodim, exceed the highest standards of certification in terms of performance and ecology.

Onet are pleased to demonstrate this range on our stand.



Expert commentaries: Onet takes part in the trade show conferences


On March 28th,  Sylvie BESIN, a Hygienist Trainer at Onet Cleaning and Services, spoke at the plenary session on the subject of "The Challenges of Waste Management for the Hospital of Tomorrow». Hygiene in sensitive environments is one of Onet’s main activities. The standards in this area are extremely high, which is why Onet has co-built new services with its clients, such as the Valenciennes training centre, which it created with the University Hospital.


On the same day, Gilles Lafon, Customer Offer and Strategy Director and member of the Management Board, spoke on the theme of "Security in the Multiservices Offer". Onet has developed its security offer around six businesses :

With its extensive experience, Onet will endeavour to show how important security is in a multi-service offer, with examples such as the International Jumping in Valencia.

Then, on 29th March, Stéphane DUPONT, Onet’s International Assistant Director, will take part in the discussions on "Cleanliness in Europe: Comparative Approaches".


Onet operates in three European countries outside France, where the Group carries out cleaning services. Hence Onet is able to share its knowledge in terms of customs, adaptations and markets for Spain, Switzerland and Luxembourg.


At the last plenary conference held on March 30th, Jean-Yves Héraud, Onet Network and Services’ Expert in Methods and Processes, will be answering questions on " Innovation in Materials and Media: What are the possible impacts for Cleaning Companies