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2018’s ECH Award winners announced in Berlin


Europe’s cleaning and hygiene leaders came together on Thursday 15 November to celebrate the best in the industry at the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2018.


The winners were revealed at a glittering awards dinner at the Hotel Palace in Berlin. The awards recognise standards of excellence in the professional cleaning industry, and are the only pan-European awards for the sector. With over 100 entries in 2018, 36 leading service providers, manufacturers and distributors made the shortlist across 10 categories.


The winners were:


Best use of Smart Technological Solutions by Service Providers: Principle Cleaning Services at Blue Fin Building


Commitment to and Investment in Training (Sponsored by Greenspeed): Derrycourt


Excellence in Client and Contractor Partnerships (Sponsored by Igefa GmbH): CSU and CIRCL


Distributors: Excellence in Added Value Initiatives (Sponsored by Lucart Professional): Kenter


Sustainability: Best Practice in Implementing Principles Throughout the Business (Sponsored by Werner and Mertz): Essity – Sustainability Activation Platform


Workforce: Commitment to Diversity: Ilunion Facility Services


Best Initiative Raising the Profile of the Professional Cleaning Sector (Sponsored by Ceris Burns International): The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc)


Technological Innovation of the Year: Essity – Tork EasyCube


Leader of the Year (Sponsored by Truvox International): Tony Berisha, Insider Facility Services


Rising Star Award: Ben Swinbourne, Principle Cleaning Services


Compère for the evening and member of the judging panel, European Cleaning Journal Editor Michelle Marshall, said: “There is so much tremendous work being done in the professional cleaning sector across Europe. The European Cleaning and Hygiene Awards exist to highlight and celebrate the service providers, manufacturers and distributors going above and beyond in the industry.


“We had some extremely strong entries this year, which is testament to the hard work and dedication of the sector. Our 2018 winners represent some of the most forward-thinking, innovative businesses, who are really making a difference in our industry. Congratulations to our 2018 winners.”


Joining Michelle on the judging panel were Lynn Webster, Director of Lynn Webster Consultants (UK), Juan Diez de los Rios de San Juan, President of ASPEL (Spanish Contract Cleaning Association), and Frank Veneman, Director of Association for Cleaning Research (VSR) (Netherlands).


Along with the opportunity to network with the best in the European Cleaning and Hygiene sector, attendees were entertained by The Three Waiters. The venue for the 2019 European Cleaning and Hygiene Awards was also announced at the dinner: next year’s event will take place at The Church House, London.


Tomorrow’s Cleaning was a media partner with the European Cleaning and Hygiene Awards 2018.


www.echawards.com


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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