2012 Loo of the Year – Cleaning’s Most Unlikely Award Ceremony

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Whilst the glitz and glamour of the Oscars, BAFTA’s Tony’s and Emmy’s might still be a month away, award season kicked off early this year as the 2012 Loo of the Year nominees were given their just rewards.

Whilst they might sound like a slightly hokey ceremony, the Loo of the Year awards are actually serious business in the cleaning world.

Having just celebrated their 25th year, the Loo of the Year awards reward excellence in maintaining safe, accessible and sanitary washrooms across several different categories.

Previous winners include McDonald’s, ASDA and The Trafford Centre in Manchester – as well as 2010’s winners JD Wetherspoon’s.

This year, however, the spoils went to the hard-working contract cleaners at Staffordshire County Council, for their continued excellence across a wide range of council-operated facilities.

Other nominated companies and commercial bodies included McDonald’s in England, whilst JD Wetherspoon public houses scooped a prize for their accessibility and Eurostar Passenger Terminals bagged a prive for changing facilities.

Here’s hoping for a few more London councils and companies to get nominated in 2013!

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Skilled in developing online and offline strategy, planning and managing campaigns from briefing through to execution, analysing market initiatives and research. Experienced in communicating with colleagues at all levels, presenting ideas and campaigns at board level, copy-writing, proof-reading and editing. Extensive experience of both B-B and B-C marketing. Tracy has been working with Total Clean for 3 years, developing online and offline marketing strategy, planning and managing campaigns and copy-writing for the website. “Cleaning is an essential part of all of our lives so we should all take an interest!"

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