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THE WINNERS FROM THIS YEAR’S AWARDS, HONOURING THE BEST BOGS IN BRIT


There’s an award for every industry – medicine, peace, music and art amongst other things. So why should our industry be any different?


Each year, just before Christmas, the Loo of the Year Awards takes centre stage, reminding us all of just how important a well-stocked, clean, accessible washroom really is.


Unfortunately, the truth is that we barely ever notice good things; instead we choose to focus on the bad. I think we can all agree that a filthy,


foul-smelling loo, lacking in toilet paper or even hand soap will forever stick in our minds. A single bad toilet experience can dramatically change your impression of a facility, whether that be a restaurant, school, or an office. It’s not acceptable.


This is why the Loo of the Year Awards is more than just an enjoyable ceremony, it’s important and it highlights the need for standards.


This year J D Wetherspoon won the much coveted UK Overall Winners Trophy in the 23rd


Anniversary Loo of the Year Awards competition to find the very best ‘away from home’ toilets in the UK.


Awards Managing Director, Mike Bone quotes: “The UK’s hospitality sector is placing significantly increasing importance on provision of first class toilets that contain the facilities their customers need and expect when visiting their premises. Wetherspoon’s is continually raising the bar within this sector providing excellent and unique toilets in its pubs throughout the UK.”


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Accessible Toilet Trophy - T C Contractors


22 | TOMORROW’S CLEANING | The future of our cleaning industry FEATURE


A few drinks and a chance to catch up


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