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Still time to enter Building Cleanability Awards

15 November 2007

Nominations for the 2007/2008 Building Cleanability Awards close on 31st December 2007.

The Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners' biennail Awards scheme - the Building Cleanability Awards - are designed to focus attention on an important relationship between building desgin and cleaning effectiveness. The team of Awards Assessors will carry out detailed building assessments early in the New Year. Over 80 difference assessment criteria are used to ascertain what challenges cleaning staff are faced with each day - from access to all areas to cleaning materials and equipment storage provision and construction materials in various areas of each building.

Each building assessed receives a building cleanability grading and five star winners are shortlisted for the overall Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. There are special Awards for new build and refurbishment projects together with an Award for the most environmentally aware building.

The Awards Presentation Luncheon is being held in the Great Hall of London's Guildhall on Monday 30th June 2008. The Awards are sponsored by The British Institute of Cleaning Science, Karcher UK, LCC Support Services, ISS UK and Mayflower Washroom Solutions.

There are no entry fees and buildings can be nominated via the Awards website www.cleanabilityawards.co.uk


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