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News Sponsored by ABMA appoints Hillbrush MD to board


Charlie Coward, MD at Hillbrush, has been voted on to the Board of Directors of the American Brush Manufacturing Association (ABMA) at its recent Annual Convention.


Charlie is the first European to be voted onto the ABMA’s Board, and he was also voted to Chair the ABMA’s Safety and Standards Committee.


The annual ABMA event, now in its 102nd year, sees global leaders in the brush manufacturing industry gather to discuss ideas, share industry knowledge, develop new and existing relationships and celebrate everything the brush manufacturing industry has to offer.


Charlie has been a long-standing supporter of the ABMA, following in the footsteps of his father Philip Coward by attending the ABMA annual convention since 2009. Hillbrush Inc. is based in Baltimore and distributes Hillbrush’s UK- manufactured hygiene brushes for food processing and food handling, including anti-microbial, metal detectable and resin set brushes and cleaning equipment.


Speaking about his appointment, Charlie Coward said: “I am delighted to have been appointed to the ABMA Board and to chair the safety and standards committee. Involvement of the ABMA at the highest levels will enable Hillbrush to share our quality health and safety standards – something which we take extremely seriously – as well as giving us the opportunity to learn best practice from industry colleagues that can be adopted at home and abroad.”


www.hillbrush.com


Hilton say Clean the World’s mission aligns with their own Travel with Purpose initiative, the company’s corporate responsibility strategy. By 2030, Hilton aims to cut its environmental footprint in half and send zero soap to landfill.


Shawn Seipler, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Clean the World, said: “Hilton understands the urgent need for recycled soap donation and hygiene education in communities all over the world, and they have been a great partner of ours for many years. As many as 2.3 billion people around the world lack basic sanitation and over 3,500 children die from preventable hygiene-related illnesses every day. This challenge will make a meaningful difference for countless people in need.”


Cleaning the world with Hilton soap


The Hilton hotel chain has launched the Clean the World Challenge to recycle a million bars of soap by Global Handwashing Day on 15 October 2019.


As the challenge’s name suggests, Hilton has joined forces with Clean the World to recycle soap bars left behind in hotel guest rooms across the Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton by Hilton and All Suites brands.


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Through its soap recycling partnership with Clean the World, Hilton has contributed to the distribution of more than 7.6m bars of recycled soap, resulting in more than 2m pounds of soap and amenity bottles being diverted from landfills. Discarded soap is crushed, sanitised and cut into new soap bars. Amenity bottles are repurposed for hygiene kits or recycled.


Since its founding in 2009, Clean the World has distributed more than 48m soap bars across more than 127 countries.


www.hilton.com www.cleantheworld.org


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