SUSTAINABILITY AND THE CLEANING INDUSTRY. Sustainability is one of the biggest issues facing our sector and it is one of the most complex. Identifying the right way forward and making the most environmentally and ethically sustainable choices is challenging, particularly as cleaning and hygiene professionals respond to day-to-day commercial pressures. 


This free webinar will inspire and provide practical guidance on how to move towards more environmentally and ethically sustainable business practices and policies. 


Jo Fairley, co-founder of the ethical, luxury chocolate brand Green & Black's will be speaking at the CHSA webinar. She will share her experience of building a successful business on an ethical foundation.


Date: Wednesday 29 June 2022

Time: 10.30am to 12.30pm 

click to book now — free webinar


Keynote speaker: Jo Fairley, co-founder of luxury chocolate brand, Green & Black’s

Driven by her commitment to organic food production and greener business practices, Jo co-founded Green & Blacks in 1991 alongside her husband. Three decades later the organic food range is worth over £20 million and has been named the UK’s Coolest Food Brand for eleven consecutive years by Coolbrands Survey. Using only ethically sourced cocoa and creating products from every element of the produce ensures that the brand, which has been owned by Cadbury since 2005, remains a leader in sustainable business. For her influential entrepreneurship, Jo was the recipient of the World Aware Award, a testament to her dedication to environmentally friendly principles.

An undeniably prominent woman in business, Jo hasn’t stopped at one market dominating venture. Formerly the youngest ever magazine editor in Britain, when she joined Look Now in 1979, evident from the outset was Jo’s drive, resilience and determination to forge herself a history defining career. Over 40 years later, she is now the award-winning Co-Founder of Judges Bakery, The Perfume Society and Beauty Bible. In 2020, Jo was named as one of the 100 UK Leading Environmentalists by Forbes.



The Panel

The panel comprises sustainability experts working within the cleaning and hygiene sector. Understanding the challenges specific to the cleaning industry, they will answer your questions.



About CHSA

The CHSA (Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association) represents more than 200 manufacturers and distributors of cleaning and hygiene products in the UK, cleaning and hygiene products in the UK. The CHSA's priority is to support its members to ensure they prosper and advance through maintaining and enhancing standards on quality, ethics and sustainability.


Discover the benefits of mebership at the CHSA website https://chsa.co.uk/