ABOUT

VISION

OUR VISION IS A WORLD where the maximum amount of hotel soap and toiletries are recovered, repurposed and reused for the benefit of those most in need of hygiene. 

MISSION

CleanConscience has a four-part mission:

  • to reduce the huge quantity of waste soap and toiletries from the UK Hospitality Sector through recovery, redistribution and re-use;

  • to get soap and hygiene products into the hands of those that need it most;

  • to create volunteering opportunities, work placements, traineeships and employment opportunities for those on the margins of society; and

  • to partner with other organisations whose mission and vision is aligned with ours.

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WATCH THIS SHORT VIDEO FOR AN OVERVIEW OF OUR WORK

VALUES

Our work is underpinned by the belief that HOW and WHY you do something is equally as important as WHAT you do:

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TEAM, BOARD & ADVISORS

Team:

  • Gwen Powell is the Founder and Project Director

  • Dennis Geertsen is the Production Manager

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Trustees:

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Advisors:

 

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MEMBERSHIPS & ACCREDITATIONS

CleanConscience is a Member of:

Gwen is an Associate Member of the:

CleanConscience is proudly:

CleanConscience was a 2015 finalist:

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FUNDING

CleanConscience is funded by:

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SOCIAL ENTERPRISE MODEL

CleanConscience is an easily replicable social enterprise model:

Our first satellite hub is launching in April 2016, in partnership with Care & Custody, at Heathrow IRC

Care & Custody (Mitie) - New Logo February 2016

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JOIN US

If your hotel, B&B, guesthouse or residential conference centre would like to take part in the CleanConscience hotel soap and toiletry recycling project then please get in touch with Gwen Powell:

CLEANCONSCIENCE OFFERS THE FIRST AND ONLY FACILITY

FOR RECYCLING HOTEL SOAP & TOILETRIES IN THE UK