At a minimum, this can result in an uncomfortable work environment.
However, "rubbish"/"trash" generally does not include sand/dirt/mud. Without context, "debris" would be larger than a vacuum cleaner could pick up, but I wouldn't have any issue with it in context. Detritus is perhaps less common in day-to-day usage than debris but I feel it's more appropriate.
He makes a lot of helpful suggestions, such as to first enhance the dust spots with temporary adjustments so they are easy to find before fixing the sensor dust with Exposure’s spot heal tool.
Sensor dust can be a problem, especially when I’m shooting landscapes. It’s not super noticeable now, but when you start pushing your images, it starts to creep up.
It's time to take advantage of all the benefits of Hilti dust removal systems - because dust can be a hazard and a costly issue that simply can't be ignored.
Is there a general term in the English language that is all-encompassing when it comes to denoting the stuff you suck up from your carpet using vacuum cleaners?