Cleankill Pest Control has been shortlisted in the category of ‘Sustainability Impact – turnover above £1 million’ at this year’s CREST23 Business Awards.


The CREST23 Business Awards are the only awards recognising and celebrating the sustainability achievements of enterprises and organisations operating in Surrey.

The Sustainability Impact Award acknowledges companies taking a leading role in making a positive impact on people’s lives through their products, services, wellbeing policies, supply chains, location, investments and/or business models.

Commenting on the announcement, Cleankill Managing Director Paul Bates said: “This is truly amazing. Being recognised for our commitment to sustainability and the environment is very important to us.

“Working in the pest control industry, people often assume sustainability isn’t a priority but, at Cleankill, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Our company was set up to fill a gap in the market for a highly effective pest control company that puts the needs of the customer and the environment on an equal footing with profit.”

Over the years, Cleankill has led the way in sustainable pest control. Whether it’s introducing digital reporting to reduce paper usage, employing foot technicians in London to reduce travel emissions, or doubling the falconry team to provide an
effective deterrent against roosting birds that doesn’t cost the Earth, Cleankill is always innovating to improve the company’s sustainability.

Key to this has been the creation of a work culture where best practise is constantly shared between management and on-the-ground technicians.

Cleankill Pest Control was recently named Large Company of the Year at the 2023 National Pest Awards – the second national award for the team this year.

The Large Company of the Year award recognises excellence and professionalism in the field of pest control. It puts a particular emphasis on customer service, breadth of solutions and a real commitment to staff development and was open to any pest control company employing more than 20 technicians.

Cleankill also won the British Pest Control Association Sustainability Award earlier this year in recognition of the company’s deliberate and conscious effort to reduce its impact on the environment and become more sustainable.

Now employing 57 staff, Cleankill Pest Control offers eradication and preventative services for all public health pests, including: mice; rats; cockroaches; wasps; fleas; squirrels and pest birds. As a registered waste carrier, Cleankill can also remove pigeon debris and other waste.

With offices in Surrey, East Sussex, Bristol and Buckinghamshire, Cleankill has many customers throughout London, Surrey, Sussex, the Home Counties, Bristol, Gloucestershire and Somerset.

For more information on how Cleankill can help your company, go to

Related Posts

115 Travel: Fully immersed

Time is so precious. Each news bulletin brings more horror stories. Lives cut short, lives destroyed. Our time on this miraculous planet...

115 Motoring: Bright sparks

The EV market gets more confusing by the day, from normal cars with the engine removed to space age rocket ships with names no-one...

115 The largest open air prison in the world

The recent horror inflicted on Israel by Hamas recently can only appal every human on the planet but there are a couple of things that...