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CleaningMatters logo sm November/December 2011

Better Living for Consumers

An Update from the Cleaning Products Industry

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Nancy Bock at NEAFCS

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Suzette Middleton and Martin Wolf at NEAFCS

The American Cleaning Institute® (ACI) is proud of its strong relationship with the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, and recently conducted an in-depth workshop during their 2011 Annual Session in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Extension professionals from New York, Maine, Texas, Kansas, Alabama, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, New Mexico, Alaska, Michigan and Mississippi participated in the workshop, and approximately 93% of the workshop attendees reported that they would recommend ACI and its educational materials and programs to others. Suzette Middleton (The Procter & Gamble Company), Martin Wolf (Seventh Generation) and Nancy Bock (ACI) represented the cleaning-products industry and shared information about product innovation and performance, sustainability, product packaging, product labels, and logos and certifications. Participants also learned more about ACI's free educational materials and resources.

The 4½-hour workshop also included hands-on activities and generated lots of questions and interest in future educational workshops. Watch future issues of Cleaning Matters for information about free educational webinars!





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