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• Excellence in client/contractor partnerships • Added value excellence by distributors • Sustainability – best practice • Commitment to diversity in the workforce • Best initiative raising the profile of the cleaning sector • Technological innovation of the year • Leader of the year • Rising star


Extension for European Cleaning &


Hygiene Award entries The closing date for submission for the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2019 has been extended until Monday 24 June 2019.


Service providers, manufacturers and distributors across Europe now have extra time to share their successes to be in with the chance of winning a prestigious ECH award this year.


The awards, the only pan-European awards for the sector, recognise standards of excellence in the professional cleaning industry. Categories include:


• Best use of smart solutions by service providers • Investment in training


English National Ballet spins with


Portfolio Portfolio by Churchill has secured a three-year contract extension with English National Ballet (ENB).


The agreement, which is due to commence late July, will see Churchill’s high specification cleaning division Portfolio deliver general cleaning services at ENB’s new premises at London City Island, Canning Town, where the company will move this summer.


In keeping with its aim to limit industry impact on the environment, Portfolio by Churchill will make use of the Purex cleaning system to help to raise standards without using industrial chemicals.


ENB is joined by English National Ballet School at the new site. At 93,000 sq ft, the site is four times the size of current buildings and will provide a dedicated space for dancers, choreographers, costume-makers, musicians and students. Situated five minutes from Stratford, it will join other new cultural landmarks in the area, including Sadler’s


Michelle Marshall, Editor of the European Cleaning Journal (ECJ) and judge, said: “The awards are all about celebrating success in our often overlooked industry, so if you have been working on a project or initiative that deserves to be recognised, it’s not too late to enter. From innovative, sustainable solutions to training and diversity campaigns, we want to hear all about your great work. If you can demonstrate excellence in any of the categories, we’d encourage you to enter.”


Finalists will be announced in August and the winners revealed at the glittering awards ceremony and gala dinner, which takes place on 17 October at The Church House, London.


Launched by ECJ and organised by the Environment Media Group, the awards are now in their fourth year. 2019’s sponsors include Amsterdam Rai, Ceris Burns International, Diversey, Greenspeed, Jangro, Principle Cleaning, Tana Chemie, Truvox International, Vectair Systems and Vermop Salmon. Tomorrow’s Cleaning is a media partner, alongside GSA and Services.


www.echawards.com


Wells Theatre, London College of Fashion and the V&A East project.


Antony Law, Managing Director of Portfolio by Churchill, commented: “We’re excited to be joining ENB in its fantastic new build and look forward to maintaining a space that truly supports staff and dancers.”


Adrian Wyer, Facilities Manager at English National Ballet, added: “ENB is keen to commence its new working partnership with Portfolio by Churchill as it moves into a new, purpose-built home. Delivery of exceptional cleaning services along with new methods of environmentally focused cleaning will be the main basis of this partnership.”


Portfolio by Churchill’s dedicated team of cleaning professionals are trained in concierge-style service, developed to understand a client organisation’s culture and the importance of the little details that make a big difference.


www.churchillservices.com www.ballet.org.uk


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