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The Cleaning Show - preview

30 January 2023

This major March event is packed with exhibitors, speakers and of course visitors…

The Cleaning Show takes place this year at the London’s Excel arena on 14 to 16 March, and as ever, it’s one of the biggest and most significant opportunities for the cleaning and hygiene sector to get together to network, connect and learn about new products and services. 

With over 100 exhibitors, 40 expert speakers and an expected 7,000 visitors, the 2023 show is set to be a huge event. Speakers include Nina Wyers from Floorbrite, who’ll be talking about cleaning for climate change, and Kelsey Hargreaves of Youth Employment UK, who’s discussing the important topic of attracting young people into the industry. 


It will be clear to attendees at The Cleaning Show that the industry is striving for change when it comes to sustainability. A multitude of exhibitors will have the opportunity to demonstrate how they are putting environmental concerns at the fore. 

Demonstrating the importance of sustainability and the environment, EcoBag UK is showcasing its Eco 360 circular economy range of refuse sacks, the Eco Wrap PE (no PVC) catering cling film and its disposable plastic aprons which have been supplied to many UK businesses to help the fight against COVID-19. All of its products are made through the sourcing of post industrial and consumer scrap plastic bound for landfill, helping to drive circularity through recycling. Soap2o is bringing its latest, most innovative product range of dispensers, Eco Hand Soaps and biodegradable soap sachets, which reduce waste and embrace sustainability, all without increasing costs.

The latest in cleaning technology 

The exhibition will also showcase the latest developments in cleaning equipment technology, which are accelerating the work done by cleaning professionals in a timely manner and driving efficiency, especially in hospitals or football stadiums where the scale of operation is much larger.

Paving the way forward with its range of advanced robotics, returning exhibitor Killis is 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 Vacuum’s in action. 

Fellow exhibitor Makita is inviting attendees to discover its latest range of new tools and vacuuming solutions, including the 40Vmax Brushless Backpack Vacuum Cleaner XGT which is lightweight and compact for a quiet operation. It has a 4-mode suction power selection with mode memory function, as well as an extensive run time. Attendees will be able to test Makita’s latest range of reliable commercial carpet and hard-floor vacuuming solutions at the show.

The technology on display will also highlight how advances are helping some of the sectors most important business’s function. For example, Cleanlink Software Ltd is demonstrating its award-winning software that enables any site-based business to efficiently manage their staff and resources across multiple sites. Meanwhile, enabling operators to automate workflow’s, CleanManager will be helping visitors understand its all-in-one management software to ensure effective and simple administration. 

Kimberley Clark Professional, the leading global provider of hygiene, safety and productivity solutions is holding the official UK launch of its new ICON™ dispenser collection at The Cleaning Show 2023. Visitors are invited to share in Kimberly-Clark Professional’s vision of “Building a Brighter Tomorrow, Together” as it unveils the new ICON™ dispenser collection, a high-performance and touchless set of dispensing systems, which the company says provide game-changing design and hygiene.

Commenting on this year’s line-up, Jim Melvin, Chairman, British Cleaning Council, said: “The cleaning, hygiene and waste sector is one of the ten biggest industries in the UK, and it is important that this resonates at The Cleaning Show which brings the industry together to celebrate its crucial work. 

“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. And, as we enter the winter months where viruses have an environment to thrive, it is even more important to keep our key workers and the public safe, healthy and well.”

If you haven’t got your tickets yet, there’s still time to register to attend at

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