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10 Questions with... Alison Minter


Each month we ask a cleaning industry professional the


Tomorrow’s Cleaning 10 Questions. This month, we chatted to Alison Minter, Sales Director at InnuScience.


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WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST JOB? Deep cleaning a pub kitchen every Sunday morning


– we all have to start somewhere. I did get promoted to waitressing in the restaurant pretty quickly.


HOW DID YOU GET INTO THE CLEANING INDUSTRY? I was in retail sales and a friend mentioned about the


fact he had a car and drove around visiting people every day and chatting. Sounded like lots of fun so I asked him to get me an interview… the rest is history.


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WHICH THREE WORDS DESCRIBE YOUR PERSONALITY?


Adventurous, hardworking, ambitious.


IF YOU COULD VISIT ONE PLACE IN THE WORLD, WHERE WOULD YOU GO AND WHY?


Machu Picchu – I have always wanted to hike the Inca trail and I have heard that you can now do this and stay in purpose-built huts that have hot tubs. More importantly, to get to Machu Picchu and feel the energy and see the views and think ‘wow, how did they build this?’


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IF AN INTERN WERE TO START TOMORROW, WHAT’S THE ONE PIECE OF ADVICE YOU WOULD


GIVE THEM? Listen: always listen before speaking. Always be learning, and always speak to everyone as an equal. We are, after all, just one big family of humans.


IF YOU WON THE LOTTERY TOMORROW, HOW WOULD YOU SPEND YOUR FORTUNE?


As mentioned before, I would go to Machu Picchu, definitely booking the hot tub trail, thank you. I would also support my friends’ animal sanctuary, which is so very important to all of our lives.


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IF YOU COULD HOST A DINNER PARTY AND INVITE ANY THREE PEOPLE, DEAD OR ALIVE, WHO WOULD


THEY BE AND WHY? Eddie Izzard for his intelligent humour to keep us laughing. Stephen Fry – what doesn’t he know? He’s such a fascinating person and full of knowledge. Finally, George Michael, because he could sing to us all.


WHAT, DO YOU THINK, IS THE FUTURE OF THE CLEANING INDUSTRY?


Firstly to ensure that all products used will be less harmful to the environment and humans, along with AI solutions to ensure that the products are used correctly and the user gets the best usage and quality of cleaning products.


Martin Yates, Independent Inspector for the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association, asks:


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WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO ADDRESS THE CHALLENGE OF PLASTIC/WASTE IN THE


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HOW WOULD YOU IMPROVE THE CLEANING INDUSTRY?


Work towards making sure that ALL products used are less harmful to the environment and humans, along with the packaging that the products are provided in.


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CLEANING AND HYGIENE SECTOR? As a biotechnological cleaning product manufacturer, environmental responsibility has always been InnuScience’s goal. Our offices are paperless and our cleaning products are super concentrated, meaning we’re able to decrease the number of bottles we and our clients use, which in turn helps reduce CO2 emissions. Our trigger bottles are made from 100% HDPE recycled material and are recyclable, while our flip bottles are made of bio plastics created from sugar cane waste. Many of our containers are also being moved over to post-consumer recycled (PCR) resin.


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Check out next month’s issue to see what Alison asked our next industry professional...


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