There’s been a machinery revolution in recent times, with a focus on energy costs, sustainability…
Cleaning and hygiene professionals and facilities managers can catch up with the latest industry trends when The Cleaning Show 2023 returns to the ExCeL in London from 14 to 16 March.
Greener cleaning solutions are high up the agenda as more staff return to workplaces post-pandemic, and some of the UK’s leading suppliers and manufacturers are set to exhibit, demonstrating how environmental concerns are very much at the fore of the industry’s thinking.
Jim Melvin, Chairman, British Cleaning Council, said: “The Covid-19 pandemic changed so many perspectives on cleaning, PPE and importantly the roles of cleaning and hygiene operatives, so I am certain that the line-up of exhibitors will be a hit with attendees as more businesses look to improve the safety of staff in the workplace.”
Paul Sweeney, Event Director, The Cleaning Show, added: “We want people to recognise that the cleaning industry is an exciting one to work for with a huge scope for progression, and our exhibitors help us to demonstrate that with their forward-thinking solutions provide attendees with the answers they need to respond to today’s challenges.”
Biovate Hygienics will promote its biologically sustainable cleaning products and drive towards completely carbon neutral products, whilst EcoBag UK will showcase its Eco 360 circular economy range of refuse sacks, the Eco Wrap PE (no PVC) catering cling film and disposable plastic aprons. All of its products are made through sourcing of post industrial and consumer scrap plastic bound for landfill, helping to drive circularity through recycling. Soap2o will bring its latest range of dispensers, Eco Hand Soaps and biodegradable soap sachets, which reduce waste and embrace sustainability.
Cleaning equipment technology is very much a growing field, including advanced robotics. Killis will be hosting live, interactive product demonstrations in the product theatre with its latest new cobot, The Leobot. Visitors will also be able to interact with its R3 Scrub Battery Robotic Scrubber Dryer and see the latest robot vacuums in action.
Makita showcase new tools and vacuuming solutions, including the 40Vmax Brushless Backpack Vacuum Cleaner XGT which is lightweight and compact for a quiet operation. Jangro will exhibit its range of floor cleaning, kitchen hygiene and hand drying units, whilst P-Wave will launch its new professional 30-day plug-in air freshener for larger spaces, ourfresh-e™, which contains up to five times more fragrance than supermarket purchased plug-ins. Numatic will demonstrate its NX1K scrubber dryer range using the latest battery technology, as well as exhibiting effective floorcare solutions.
The technology on display includes Cleanlink Software Ltd’s award-winning software which enables any site-based business to efficiently manage staff and resources across multiple sites. CleanManager will help visitors understand its all-in-one management software to ensure effective and simple administration. TEAM Software, will provide cleaning, security and facilities management delegates with its market leading solution which helps manage workforces, deliver on promises to customers and run a smarter operation.
This year’s event will also see an increased focus on the solutions and technologies driving growth in the sector – valued to be worth over £50 billion in the UK. For example, 2San Global Limited will showcase Clean Zero, a 100 per cent environmentally friendly cleaning solution which provides cleaning and disinfection to hospital grade standard. Meanwhile, Kimberly-Clark Professional is due to highlight its washroom and hygiene, PPE and wiping and cleaning solutions.
Registration for The Cleaning Show 2023 is now open. To register for your free pass to attend and to find out more, visit https://cleaningshow.co.uk/london/