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Finalists announced for ECH Awards 2019


The finalists of the European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2019 have been revealed, following a record year that sees 23 service providers, manufacturers and distributors shortlisted across nine categories.


Launched by the European Cleaning Journal (ECJ) and organised by the Environment Media Group, the awards recognise standards of excellence in the professional cleaning industry and are the only pan-European awards, for the sector. The winners of this, the fourth annual awards will be revealed at a glittering awards ceremony and gala dinner on 17 October at The Church House, London.


ECJ Editor and judging panel member, Michelle Marshall, said: “We’ve had some outstanding entries this year, and with over 130 nominations received, the judges certainly had their work cut out when it came to narrowing down to a shortlist.


“All our entrants should be incredibly proud of the hard work and dedication that they have demonstrated towards the professional cleaning sector but there can only be nine winners on the night. We feel our shortlist shines a spotlight on some of the most innovative, disruptive companies in the industry and we wish them the best of luck for the 17 October.”


The judges have selected their finalists in nine categories:


Best use of smart solutions by a service provider: HSG UK Gom Swiss Post Sodexo Incentive QAS


Investment in training: Derrycourt GSF


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Commitment to diversity: Facilicom Clarity Markas


Best initiative raising the profile of the cleaning sector: Cheeky Panda Essity Lucart


Technological innovation of the Year: Swiss Post Sanimaid Adlatus Erylon


Leader of the Year: Tim Linsell – Incentive QAS Gerlinde Troestl – Markas


Rising Star: Arkaduisz Marciniak – Birkin Cleaning Services Gytis Kuliavcevas – Birkin Cleaning Services Lars Tubben – Gom Sol Amorim – Principle Cleaning Services


Even if you are not a finalist, or did not enter this year, the award ceremony and gala dinner offer an unrivalled opportunity for networking with people from leading businesses and organisations in the cleaning and hygiene industry.


This year’s sponsors include Amsterdam Rai, Ceris Burns International, Diversey, Greenspeed, i-mop, Jangro, Principle Cleaning, Tana Chemie, Truvox International, Vectair Systems and Vermop Salmon. Tomorrow’s Cleaning is a media partner for the Awards, alongside GSA and Services.


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Sustainability – Best Practice: iRecycle Forende Derrycourt Incentive QAS Principle Cleaning Services


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