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BE PART OF THE TOMORROW’S


CLEANING AWARDS 2019 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.


The Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards are a celebration of the finest innovations and time-tested solutions that enable you to get your job done on time and to the highest standards.


If you want to put forward a winning product or service, or think your company deserves recognition for their top-class products or services, please let us know.


To enter a product or service for this year’s awards, email Martin atmartin@opusbm.co.uk with the name of your


CAREY ENTERS THE MATRIX


Matrix Cleaning Systems has announced that Carey Cleaning Machines has become exclusive distributor for Matrix Industrial and Commercial range of steam machines for Northern Ireland, including exclusivity for Southern Ireland for Industrial machines.


Carey supplies equipment and services to a wide range of customers including hospitals, schools, councils, cleaning contractors, FM companies and the industrial and manufacturing sector.


Danny Jackson, UK & Ireland Sales Manager for Matrix, said: “Carey Cleaning Machines has been a distributor for many years and have a great understanding of steam, and that it is a powerful cleaning tool for every environment.


“With their brand-new premises, knowledge, service and understanding of how steam can work for their customers, the exclusivity deal is a natural progression for both


SPONSORS ANNOUNCED FOR ECH


AWARDS 2018 The European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2018 has announced Lucart Professional as this year’s silver sponsor.


The only pan-European awards for the sector, they recognise the high standards of excellence in the professional cleaning sector.


Francesco Pasquini, Sales & Marketing Director of Lucart AFH division, said: “Our vision is to ensure reliability, performance and sustainability in everything we produce. These are key themes for our industry as a whole. We are therefore thrilled to sponsor the awards to recognise the success and reward excellence in these areas, as well as celebrate the outstanding achievements that are taking place across the cleaning industry in Europe.”


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Other category sponsors this year include Ceris Burns International, Greenspeed, Igefa GmbH, Truvox International, and Werner & Mertz, while other supporters include CleanMachines24.com, RAI Amsterdam, Kenter GmbH, and Vectair Systems.


Now in their third year, the awards – founded by European Cleaning Journal and organised by Environment Media Group – are open to service providers, manufacturers and distributors in the cleaning and hygiene sector throughout Europe.


The awards ceremony this year will take place on 15 November in Berlin.


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favourite innovation and why it should be included. We are accepting submissions until Friday 28 September 2018.


50 finalists will be selected to 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.”


companies and I am looking forward to working closely with William and the team in the future.”


www.matrixcleaningsystems.co.uk www.careycleaningmachines.com


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