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2018 ISSA INNOVATION AWARD PROGRAM


VOTING OPENS ISSA has opened voting for the association’s 2018 ISSA Innovation Award Program.


The program recognises the cleaning industry’s most pioneering products and services as voted on by cleaning industry distributors, building service contractors, in-house service providers, and residential cleaners.


The 2018 ISSA Innovation Award Program features dozens of new products and services from leading manufacturers and suppliers throughout the cleaning industry.  categories: Cleaning Agents; Dispensers; Equipment; Services


THE POWER OF FOAM


 focus groups from different industries, Deb has created a new range of high performance Power Foam hand cleaners to deliver a powerful clean whilst caring for the skin.


Power Foams offer a solution for all industrial environments, from warehousing and logistics to heavy manufacturing. Clinically proved to


and Technology; and Supplies and Accessories. Each entry is competing for honors in its category and, ultimately, the 2018 ISSA Innovation of the Year Award.


ISSA Executive Director John Barrett said: “The leading-edge products and services featured in this year’s ISSA Innovation Award Program highlight the culture of innovation in our industry. From robotics and  productivity to cleaning agents and solutions that improve the standards of health and infection prevention  making its mark. The judges and voters have their work cut out for them, having to choose winners from this incredible lineup.”


Voting for the Category awards remains open online through Monday


care for the skin, they leave hands feeling conditioned and cared for, no matter how stubborn the dirt or challenging the environment.


 formulated to offer a unique foam hand cleaner for those lighter industrial environments where a solution has previously been compromised. It tackles general dirt, grime, oil and grease and is also available in a perfume- and dye-free format, Estesol


FX PURE, which is ideal for food manufacturing environments.


Solopol GFX is designed for heavy duty cleaning, with extra grit it is suitable for roles where workers’ hands are exposed to oils, grease, carbon black and lubricants.


New dispensers have also been launched to complement Power Foams. Impactful, clearly labelled and intuitive, they have been designed for an industrial environment and tested 


Paul Jakeway, Marketing Director at Deb, said: “We are excited to be launching Power Foams, offering a skin care solution for workers, no matter what industry they are in or challenge they face. The range ensures there’s no trade-off between a powerful product and one that cares for the skin.”


The Power Foams range is skin friendly, even suitable for sensitive skin, whilst powering away dirt. Lasting up to twice as long as traditional washroom soaps and hand cleaners, they only require one shot of foam. They are also EU Eco Label  reduced environmental impact.


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15 October 2018, and online voters will be automatically entered into monthly drawings. Five voters each month will win a $50 prepaid MasterCard.


The winners of the ISSA Innovation Category awards will be announced at the Team ISSA Welcome Reception, Monday 29 October 2018, at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, TX, kicking off ISSA Show North America 2018.


A complete list of nominees is available online here.


www.issa.com/vote. www.issa.com


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