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15 October 2018

Cleankill toasts success at 2018 Croydon business awards

BPCA Member company, Cleankill Pest Control was named Croydon’s ‘Best Employer’ at the 2018 Croydon Business Excellence Awards.

In addition, the company was also Commended in the category for ‘Best SME’.

 Cleankill pest control win Croydon Business Award 2018

Commenting on the award, Managing Director Paul Bates said:

“We are extremely pleased to have been recognied as a great employer. When Cleankill was setup it was with an ethos of being a good, proactive place to work that provides excellent customer service. To have this acknowledged at the Croydon Business Excellence Awards means a lot to us.

“Investing in our business and our staff is a central part of our business plan. We believe you can only provide first-class service if your staff are highly trained, are treated well, and are remunerated properly. Winning this award in the same year we received the Investors in People Gold Standard, shows that this approach to running a business is working.”

The Croydon Business Excellence Awards recognises success among Croydon’s businesses community, with the winners being announced at a glittering awards ceremony at the Grand Sapphire The evening, hosted by TV presenter Michael Underwood, included a charity auction in aid of Croydon Commitment and the Mayor of Croydon’s chosen charity, Cancer Research UK.

Cleankill Pest Control operates from bases in Croydon and Seaford, and has been providing pest control services to London and the South East since 1995. 

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