Much more than just an exhibition

Interclean Amsterdam is the ultimate platform for industry leaders and cleaning professionals to network and find the latest innovations, services, and technologies. The show provides a comprehensive overview of the market and the latest trends and developments featuring many interesting events.

Amsterdam Innovation Award

The most innovative products on the market today are in the spotlight at the Interclean exhibition. The Amsterdam Innovation Award proudly supports the sector’s commitment to embrace change and promote innovation. By bringing all innovations together, we can create a blueprint for the future and inspire the world.

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Interclean Run

This edition of Interclean Amsterdam is the first one to use all the halls of RAI Amsterdam. This means that you can walk around in a full circle! The Interclean Run celebrates this achievement. It allows you to explore the halls in a unique way, by running the full circle through the halls. Get your ticket now and join us on 17 May at 7:00 AM.

This run is sponsored by Mulberry.

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Healthcare Cleaning LAB

The Healthcare Cleaning LAB is where you find specific cleaning products and practises for the healthcare industry. The LAB features seminar sessions from professionals in this specific segment, and demonstrations of hygiene practises in a mini-hospital room! If this peeks your interest, be sure to check out the Healthcare Cleaning Forum, which is organised alongside Interclean Amsterdam on 16 May.
Healthcare cleaning forum

InnovationLAB and the Robot Arena

The InnovationLAB is an activity platform located in Hall 8 and will showcase all nominated products of the Amsterdam Innovation Award and visitors will be able to browse the individual nominees details via iPads. Throughout the show the stage will host seminars, workshops, debates and presentations from 11.00 to 16.00 daily. The sessions are free to attend and there is no need to sign up in advance.

The Robot Arena is a live product demonstration of robotic products in challenging test scenarios.

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Lucart beer garden

Wind down after a long day of networking at the Lucart Beer garden in hall 7. Be sure not to miss the Happy Hour, which lets you get 2 beers for the price of one.
Happy Hour is every Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 16:30 – 17:30 and on Friday from 14:00 – 15:00.

The Interclean Stage

Knowledge exchange and networking are an important part of Interclean. The IntercleanStage (Elicium Ballroom) offers visitors networking opportunities and easy access to free educational sessions. Topics on stage are; innovation, circular economy, regulations and new standards, globalization, e-cleaning and many more.

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Young Cleaning Professionals (YPC)

The Young Cleaning Professionals programme presents a new concept for young industry professionals to get involved and jumpstart their careers. The programme will provide opportunities for members to network and learn from industry leaders onsite, as well as participate in online events throughout the whole year. Members will meet the leaders of the industry and other prominent industry members to discuss developments and brainstorm about the future.

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Educational Programme

The innovationLAB theatre features an educational programme during Interclean Amsterdam. Its focus lies on several critical issues that are relevant in the cleaning and hygiene industry today. The programme attracts top-level execturives, technical experts and visionaries around the globe, giving you valuable insights and contact with giants in the industry. More information on the topics and sessions will be available in due course.

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Outdoor demo show

Bringing outdoor cleaning, window cleaning and high pressure cleaning to life. Demonstrations of street cleaning, ground maintenance and outside cleaning machines, as well as equipment for high pressure cleaning, window cleaning or powered access and aerial work machines and equipment. See, touch and test the machines and equipment yourself at the outside area in front of the building.

Zero Waste LAB

The ZeroWaste Foundation has developed its own method which involves companies being taken along on an expedition in their transition to a circular production method. Awareness, knowledge development and behavioural change are the keywords. From the start, the ‘anatomy of the bin bag’ has turned out to be an extremely popular formula (see below). During the expedition to zero waste the focus is on the four connected issues of people, logistics, technology and raw materials. Processes and behaviour are analysed per issue, goals are set and concrete measures formulated.

Anatomy of the bin bag
The interactive workshops during which a bin bag or container is analysed on the basis of a standard, representative quantity of (safe) commercial waste. The possibilities for sorting valuable raw materials from residual waste and saving options are also discussed. This ‘anatomy of the bin bag’ is a company's next step as it continues the process of habitual behaviour, goals and approach, on the way to achieving a zero waste situation and creating value.

This workshop will run continuously throughout the show hours.