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WHAT’S NEW? ELIS LAUNCHES NEW


WASHROOM SERVICE Elis, a supplier and launder of workwear, linen and mats for businesses of all sizes throughout the UK, has launched a new washroom service, supplying a range of products including hand cleansing, hand drying, air freshening and feminine hygiene solutions.


The new washroom products, like all Elis services, are provided on a cost effective rental basis, with items serviced and delivered to an agreed time and location to suit customers. The washroom solution, along with Elis’ mats service, that helps keep floors fresh and clean, and its workwear and linen supply and laundry, mean that businesses can use one supplier to manage, service and launder essential items for their business.


Elis developed its new washroom service after providing washroom products via a third party for over 20 years. Anna Freeman of


CSSA ANNOUNCES 2020


INNOVATION SHOWCASE The Cleaning Support Services Association’s (CSSA) 2020 Innovation Showcase celebrates the cleaning industry’s most innovative products, services and initiatives. Taking place every two years, the Innovation Showcase is again backed by the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA), which is sponsoring the event.


Businesses and organisations operating throughout the cleaning industry are invited to enter their innovative products, services and initiatives. A ‘Dragon’s Den’ panel of industry experts and representatives will review and interview the entrants and select those to be exhibited at the Innovation Showcase itself, taking place on Thursday 19th March 2020. The final winner will be selected by a ballot of the delegates attending the Innovation Showcase and announced on the day.


To be eligible the product, service or initiative must have been launched


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Elis commented: “We listened to customer requirements and used our experience, and also the fact that Elis in other countries has been supplying its own washroom services for many years, to develop a service direct to customers. Cutting out the middle- man has meant we can ensure service reliability, competitive prices and customer satisfaction. Our nationwide washroom service has a fresh new and durable product range and strong environmental credentials.”


since the 1st January 2018 (i.e. since the inaugural Innovation Showcase) and may be applicable to any area of the cleaning industry. The deadline for entries is 20 December 2019 and entries are free.


The Dragon’s Den Panel, which will include representatives from the CSSA and CHSA, will take place in the week commencing 20th January 2020 and the Innovation Showcase itself will take place on 19th March 2020 in London.


CSSA Chief Executive Officer, John Findlater, explained: “The 2018 Innovation Showcase was a big success, so we are delighted to be running it again. It is at the heart of our determination to foster innovation in the industry. The Showcase celebrates Innovation


Elis provides a nationwide service from its 43 industrial laundry service centres across England, Scotland and Wales. Each use the latest technology and systems and have their own collection/delivery fleets for maximum reliability. Elis is committed to reducing its environmental footprint and in the UK has been recognised by the Carbon Trust for reductions in CO2 emissions and water usage.


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in the widest sense, whether it is a new method, idea, approach or product. We’ll be judging the innovations in terms of their impact and in our experience even something small can have a very big impact.”


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