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Schools and universities are encouraged to remain vigilant when it comes to cleaning and disinfecting their facilities by using only products on EPA’s List N.
The Clean Start: Back to Work Tax Credit for businesses would offset the costs of cleaning services, purchasing cleaning products, and sanitary-related equipment, as well as training.
The tool from EPA aims to speed up the search for disinfectant products, and there’s also an expedited review process for List N updates.
Effective disinfection of surfaces requires not only an effective product, but also effective practice.
Lack of N-95s, masks, face shields threaten workers in healthcare facilities in every state, in every size facility. Only 12% have received supplies from the Strategic National Stockpile.
Green Seal’s Formula Facts™ Ingredient Communication Program helps companies provides clear, accurate, and meaningful ingredient labels in time to meet California’s new requirements.
This updated floor care product features enhanced benefits engineered to maintain better performance throughout its life.
A facilities manager noticed cleaner running down his building's TPO roof, and wonders if the cleaner might cause any damage.
Effective against a range of bacteria and viruses, this product cleans and disinfects with the power of hydrogen peroxide.
With this new standard, virtually all cleaning products used in institutional and industrial settings can now be Green Seal certified.