Our biannual Awards have been developed to recognise everything that shines within the UK cleaning sector – great products, great systems, great contractors, and great individuals. The strength of the awards is that they are run for the industry, by the industry and voted for by industry experts.
The CSSA Awards in association with the Cleaning Show and supported by C&M Magazine is a joint initiative to acknowledge and reward excellence and effectiveness across many sectors of the UK Contract Cleaning Industry.
We thank Industrial Cleaning Equipment (ICE) for sponsoring our event.
2019 CSSA AWARDS
Genesis Biosciences win Contract Innovation Award 2019
Their ground-breaking ‘Evogen Professional’ range uses beneficial bacteria and eco-benign chemistry instead of traditional harsh chemicals, which benefits the environment and importantly reduces the risks for cleaning operatives.
We’d like to give thanks to David Garcia, Vice President & treasurer CHSA, who judged this Award.
Robertson Facilities Management win Corporate Social Responsibility Award 2019
Winning for their commitment to the Estates they were working on and they have reaped the rewards of their investments in the communal areas this leads to a pride in the environment not only from the residents but also the staff. It is a proven fact that this reduces anti-social behaviour in these areas.
Our thanks to Simon Hollingbery, Company Secretary BCC, who judged this Award.
Principle Cleaning Services win Environmental & Sustainability Award 2019
Principle Cleaning’s entry focused on an office location housing a number of organisations. Waste management and recycling is the core focus of the entry. Principle Cleaning has adopted an holistic approach to sustainability in implementing coherent strategies to manage waste streams in the building.
We’d like to thank Chris James, CEO WAMITAB, who judged this Award.
Renovo Facilities &
Services Ltd win
Training Award 2019
Renovo’s employees undertake 6 care and support modules catered to support the specific needs of the more vulnerable residents whose homes they service. Training covers bespoke aspects of safeguarding, mental health, dementia awareness, and H&S depending on communities, including those with drug/alcohol dependencies.
Thank you Denise Hanson, Head of Technical Services of BICSc, who judged this Award.
You can still attend the event even if you are not applying for an Award.
Attendance is by invitation only and will include shortlisted award entrants together with members and industry guests.
NEXT EVENT TBA
ENTRY IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
Entrants do not need to be members of the CSSA or any other UK industry association – they simply need to be UK based and have an interest in the UK cleaning sector, and the desire to see its continued development and improvement.
There are four awards that you can apply for:
An organisation can apply for each category award, however the same submission may ONLY be entered into two categories.
It's never too early to think about next year's Awards. This is an opportunity for you to showcase your efforts and successes to the cleaning industry, and to be recognised for it.
Please click the pdfs below and to assist completing your application.
The main reason for progressing to the shortlisted stage is the quality of the entry and in particular the evidence provided to support the category criteria.
APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED