Croydon company Cleankill Pest Control has been named one of four finalists in the Large Company of the Year category of this year’s National Pest Awards.
Organised by Pest magazine, in association with the British Pest Control Association (BPCA), National Pest Technicians Association (NPTA) and PROMPT Register, the National Pest Awards recognise, celebrate and reward excellence and outstanding practice in the industry.
The Large Company of the Year award is open to any pest control business employing more than 20 technicians.
The judges look for excellence and professionalism in all aspects of the business, with a particular emphasis on customer service, breadth of solutions and a real commitment to staff development and training.
Cleankill managing director Paul Bates said: “Being shortlisted in the Large Company of the Year category of the 2023 National Pest Awards is a real achievement for everyone at Cleankill.
We are rightly proud of the work we do and the way we do it.
“As a company, we have always placed our commitment to exemplary customer service, the environment and our communities before profit. This hasn’t held us back and today we are more successful than ever.
“I believe Cleankill is a great example of how you can do business in a better, ethical way and still maintain a thriving company.”
Started in 1995, Cleankill has won multiple awards including Company of the Year at the British Pest Management Awards in 2019, Responsible Business of the Year at the 2018 Gatwick Diamond Business Awards and the BPCA Sustainability Award at the 2023 BCPA Members Awards.
The National Pest Awards are now in their fifth year.
2023’s winners will be announced at a black-tie event on September 7 at the Hilton London Bankside.
Picture: Cleankill Pest Control
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