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(mailto:martin@opusbm.co.uk) Nominate your top cleaning product or


service for the TC Awards 2021 2020 has been a tough year for so many, but we feel that it’s time to look forward and celebrate the best the cleaning industry has offered. We are now accepting entries for the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2021.


We’re inviting you to tell us what you think have been the best products, cleaning innovations and services available over the past 12 months. Our annual awards are a celebration of some of the finest innovations and time- tested solutions that enable you to get the job done on time and to the highest standards.


Over the past few years, celebrated solutions have included everything from software to scrubber dryers. Last year, SmartTask Cleaning took the top spot, but this year could be anyone’s for the taking as it’s down to our readers to vote for the winners.


Tomorrow’s Cleaning Editor, Martin Wharmby, said: “Every year we receive many amazing entries and our awards


WAMITAB CEO steps down


WAMITAB has announced that Chris James, its Chief Executive Officer, has stepped down effective immediately.


This follows the announcement on 22 July 2020 regarding the closer integration of WAMITAB into the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM).


Since 2017, WAMITAB has been part of the CIWM Group. CIWM Group Chief Executive


Sarah Poulter will be taking forward the integration plan for the two organisations in consultation with both CIWM and WAMITAB trustee boards.


Dan Cooke, the newly-appointed Chair of the WAMITAB board, said: “In common with most organisations, 2020 has been a challenging year, and it is important that we take steps now to consolidate our ongoing financial sustainability and resilience. The closer alignment of CIWM and WAMITAB is central to this strategy and will allow us to take advantage of opportunities for streamlining and sharing of resources and plan for some exciting opportunities as we work in collaboration.


“We would like to thank Chris James for his leadership and drive over the last eight years; he has played a key role


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aim to honour all aspects of the industry. I’m really excited to see what this year brings, especially with many cleaning and hygiene businesses rising to the challenges brought by the pandemic.”


Nominations will be accepted until Friday 25 September. An ‘Awards Guide’ will be produced at the end of 2020, and a public poll will open from December to March.


To enter a product or service for this year’s awards, email Martin with the name of your favourite innovation and why it should be included.


www.tomorrowscleaning.com/tomorrows-cleaning-awards


in successfully steering WAMITAB to its current position as a robust specialist awarding organisation and End- Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO). We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the outgoing Chair of WAMITAB, Rob Little, for his hard work and support during his tenure in the role.”


Chris was appointed as CEO of WAMITAB in March 2012, and has been instrumental in diversifying the organisation into new skills areas, reflecting the evolution of some of the key players in the waste and resource management sector. Over the last eight years, WAMITAB has gained a strong foothold in the parking and cleaning sectors and, in January 2018, WAMITAB was selected by the Ministry of Justice as the exclusive Awarding Organisation for cleaning, FM and waste management qualifications across Her Majesty’s Prison Service establishments in England and Wales. WAMITAB has also been approved to deliver End-Point Assessment for several apprenticeship standards in waste, cleaning and related areas.


Chris James was made a Fellow of the CIWM in June 2020 in recognition of his work at WAMITAB and his wider contribution to the sector. Reflecting on his time at WAMITAB, Chris added: “It’s been a great honour to head up the team at WAMITAB, and I am incredibly proud of what we have achieved over the last eight years. I am confident that I leave behind a strong foundation for the future growth of the awarding body offer within the new combined organisation.


“I am looking forward to working with CIWM and WAMITAB in a consultative capacity to support future strands of activity around educational development and quality assurance.”


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