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Flushed with Success at Loo of the Year

11 December 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

Last week, We Clean, a Birmingham based cleaning company, won the Overall Tork Loo of the Year Award Trophy at the Loo of the Year Awards annual presentation.

This is the first time in the Awards twenty eight years history that a cleaning company has achieved this top award and was in recognition of being awarded Platinum Awards for every one of their entries. They were also awarded the Individual Categories Award for England and one of their Attendant Team leaders, Baba Sechan was also awarded the Attendant of the Year Individual Attendant Team Award – the highest accolade.

Awards MD, Mike Bone said: “We Clean first entered Loo of the Year Awards in 2014 and won a number of awards, all of their entries were exceptionally clean and well maintained. The loos entered in 2015 were in various clients’ locations including the Heritage Motor Museum, Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham Hippodrome, Selly Oak Trust School, the Birmingham Symphony Hall and prestigious office buildings. We Clean only delivers cleaning related services and has demonstrated that focus can achieve exceptional results in toilet cleaning standards.”

Other major UK Trophy Winners included Aberdeenshire Council, Asda, Buttercrane Shopping Centre Newry, Ceredigion County Council, Danfo, Loch Ness Shores Camping and Caravanning Club Site, McDonald’s, J D Wetherspoon and Southampton Solent University. The winners were selected from entries in fifty nine entry categories across all market sectors.

Full details of the 2015 Awards results are available on the Awards website:


Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 11 December 2015


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