Nominations for the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2019 are now open and we are inviting you to tell us what you think have been the best product innovations and services available over the past 12 months.

Now in their eighth year, the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards are a  and time-tested solutions that enable you to get your job done on time and to the highest standards.

 whose SC6000 Ride-on Scrubber Dryer drove away with the prestigious  Essity rolled into second place, while the Katrin Inclusive Dispenser from Metsa Tissue placed third.

If you want to put forward a winning product or service, or think your company deserves recognition for


REPRESENTATIVES At the CHSA Council’s AGM, recently held at the House of Commons, two new representatives joined the Council.

RPC bpi recycled product was elected to the Council for the  Lorcan Mekitarian, Sales Director, will represent RPC bpi recycled products, while Caroline Stanley, UK Marketing Leader, will represent Kimberly-Clark Professional.

Elsewhere Bunzl, Harrison Wipes and Jangro were also re- elected, with David Cousins, Stephen Harrison and Jeremy Thorn respectively continuing to represent these companies.

Stephen Harrison, Chairman of the CHSA, said: “We’re delighted to welcome two new colleagues to the Council. The Council has achieved a great deal on behalf of the CHSA. Our Accreditation Schemes sustain standards, we secured Stephen Kerr MP as our voice in Parliament, have invited industry-leading speakers to share their insights and provided valuable information on topics ranging from GDPR to regulations governing the sale of chemicals.

“It is important we continue to evolve and deliver for our members. With this in mind Caroline and Lorcan will make excellent additions to the Council, bringing a new perspective and fresh ideas. I am delighted to welcome them on board and look forward to their contribution.”

Explaining his passion for the CHSA and its objectives, Lorcan said: “The CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes matter to the industry. Some of our customers are not experts in the products and our membership of the Accreditation Scheme


means they don’t have to be. They just need to look for the marque to be certain they are getting the quality product promised on the label. As a member of the CHSA Council I am now in a position to actively support this and other initiatives that will drive forward our industry and provide  potential ahead.”

Caroline added: “The CHSA is highly respected in our sector. An important focus for the CHSA is the engagement with the end users and procurers of cleaning and hygiene products. My marketing expertise in both the consumer and business-to-business environments will help us make sure our campaigns are successful. I am looking forward to working with my colleagues in the industry and making a positive contribution.”

their top-class products or services, please let us know. To enter a product or service for this year’s awards, email Martin at with the name of your favourite innovation and why it should be included. We are accepting submissions until Friday 28th September.

 included in a comprehensive awards guide, which will be sent out in January to allow readers to choose a winner, by voting in our online poll.

Voting will open on Wednesday 2 January 2019 and winners will be announced on Friday 15 March 2019.

Tomorrow’s Cleaning editor Martin Wharmby said: “Every year we receive incredible entries and our awards aim to honour all aspects of the industry so I’m really excited to see what this year brings.”

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