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Editorial Group Editor Charlotte Taylor charlotte@opusbusinessmedia.co.uk Assistant Editor Karen Asbury karen@opusbusinessmedia.co.uk Assistant Editor Eve Douglas eve@opusbusinessmedia.co.uk


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Hello everyone and welcome to the June issue of Tomorrow’s Cleaning.


I’ve certainly been a busy bee this past month, there just seems to be so much going on and it’s been quite nice to catch a moment (with a brew of course!) and look back on the last few weeks.


I attended The Facilities Show for the first time in May with our facilities management publication – Tomorrow’s FM – but, as always, I had my cleaning hat on and I do think that the FM market is a place that our industry should feature heavily. Did any of you attend; let me know if you did!


Since then, I’ve been focused mainly on the topic of Sustainable Cleaning, which this month’s issue is devoted to. As you know, this is something close to my heart and I always enjoy scouring the industry for the latest updates. I came across the Cradle to Cradle certification this month, something which is highly sought after and not so easily achieved. Despite being around for quite some time, the UK is only just getting to grips with it, so for my in-depth coverage, turn to page 39.


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Whilst on my search, I also came across the world’s most sustainable toilet paper – Satino Black – which is the only hygienic paper to hold the Cradle to Cradle accreditation. Make sure you turn to page 52 now for more information on this fantastic product and others.


Finally, I looked at Damage Management, an area of utmost importance as you never know what is around the corner. I have some fantastic commentary from both the BDMA and RIA in this section, so consider yourselves well informed and well prepared!


That’s pretty much it from me, but I do hope you enjoy this issue! I think I deserve a couple of digestives with that brew now – it’s been a bumper issue!


Take care and bye for now.


Charlotte Taylor, Editor B.A. (Hons) Journalism


Welcome to the June issue of Tomorrow’s Cleaning


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