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The Team


Editorial Editor Martin Wharmby martin@opusbm.co.uk


Advertising Account Director Clare Gapp clare@opusbm.co.uk


Area Manager Damian Murphy damian@opusbm.co.uk


Production Production Director Hannah Wilkinson hannah@opusbm.co.uk


Designer Daniel Etheridge daniel@opusbm.co.uk


Designer Nigel Rice nigel@opusbm.co.uk


CEO Mark Hanson mark@opusbm.co.uk


As we approach the halfway point for 2021, it still feels like the year hasn’t really been able to get out of the starting blocks. Progress has been made and restrictions are


slowly lifting, but every month when I write this column it just feels like we’re spinning our wheels, waiting for the lights to go green, because we’re just not quite ready yet.


It’s frustrating for all of us, but caution and patience are needed if we’re to avoid any more extreme measures once again sending us back into lockdowns, or keeping us under heavy restrictions. With rumours of a ‘third wave’ on its way and scientists


urging a slight delay to more restriction easing, it only makes sense for us to tread carefully to make sure that once we do go back to normal, we can stay there.


In this issue of Tomorrow’s Cleaning, Technology in cleaning takes centre stage, with Stuart from Essity investigating how communications tech has improved both our


lives and cleaning protocols during the global pandemic. Team Software explains how technology can help improve your standards of service delivery, and SEKO outlines the future of cleaning technology.


Also in this issue we take a look at Sustainability, with Robert Scott letting us know


about the secret weapon helping small businesses get back to work, Jean-Henri from Ecocleen tells us about building a sustainable future for the cleaning industry, and Laura from Seep discusses innovating to provide more sustainable options.


We also hear from Daniel at Kärcher UK about the most effective ways we can tackle graffiti, David from Principle talks to us about safety and working at height, while


Steve from SafeGroup looks into smart post-pandemic hygiene solutions that can also control cleaning costs.


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4 | EDITOR’S VOICE Thank you very much for reading, please stay safe and enjoy the issue!


Editor’s Voice


Martin Wharmby, Editor


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