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Whats On


As well as the large number of exhibitors showing off their latest breakthrough products and services, the Cleaning Show 2019 will also have a number of things to do.


https://cleaningshow.co.uk/register


If you haven’t done so already, don’t forget to register for your free pass to attend The Cleaning Show 2019 here.


Cleaning Show Conference


The Cleaning Show Conference is aimed at managers and business owners to address the big issues and opportunities that could have an impact on the future of businesses and public sector organisations.


These include HR challenges in the current political climate, the latest industry research, hygienic and sustainable waste solutions and preparing for the unexpected. The conference sessions are free to attend and included in your exhibition pass.


Window Cleaning World Cup & Guinness World Record Challenge


In 2019, the new World Cup for Window Cleaners launches and is encouraging competitors from around the world to rise to the challenge for the chance to win the first ever Window Cleaning World Cup and prize of £1,000. The event will be professionally judged by Guinness World Record qualified adjudicators in the hope that Terry Burrows existing 10-year record can be broken.


The Resource Management Show


Running immediately alongside the established Cleaning Show at ExCeL, the Resource Management Show will focus on resource efficiency and waste management to offer waste and recycling suppliers an opportunity to meet the UK's leading contract cleaners, facilities managers, local authorities and a wide range of major businesses.


After speaking to a number of existing clients, visitors and suppliers, the organisers of the Cleaning Show identified


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a demand for a new event to answer a number of current issues within the resource management sector:


• Brexit is a major issue and many companies will need to adapt their processes as a result, in particular the way waste management is handled in terms of trans-frontier shipments, exports and imports.


• Use of plastics is also a current hot issue and as a result, there are a wide number of emerging technologies being developed to break/shred/reprocess a huge range of plastic materials (PT/PPT/hard/soft/coloured).


• Energy from Waste (EfW) can be an effective way of reducing landfill for many local authorities, by using incinerators or EfW plants. Most of the toxic issues are now resolved, however there can still be a resistance to taking this route. We will look at the reasons why and the options for the future.


• New Chinese Regulations – China has introduced a range of extremely strict conditions for importing waste (Operation Sword) this is forcing many UK organisations to find new markets for the waste that was going directly to China.


• Alternative fuel vehicles and machinery – with the repetitive frequency of collections and other council services, many local authorities are seeking opportunities to save fuel and reduce the carbon footprint by sourcing new vehicles and machinery that operate on alternative fuels.


• Increased demand for cost-effective and environmentally-friendly products within corporate businesses and local authority organisations. With many businesses and schools constantly adjusting their budgets and procurement options, the exhibition will provide decision makers an opportunity to review their waste management processes and budgets to find sustainable solutions for the long-term.


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