The American Cleaning Institute (ACI)

Cleaning Products Industry Impact Report: COVID-19

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ACI COVID-19 Impact Report

The COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the world has, in just a few months, changed enormously the way we live, work and play. Routines and habits we once took for granted have had to stop, or have at least been heavily impacted. Personal hygiene and disinfection have been essential to combating COVID-19. Companies had to be creative in finding solutions to problems they never previously faced. ACI is proud of how our industry has stepped up by increasing production, providing families with resources on effective cleaning and hygiene practices, giving back to communities and upholding commitments to corporate responsibility and sustainability.

  • Making Public Spaces Safer for Communities
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    Clorox focuses on long-term relationships with organizations that share a commitment to public health and safety.

  • Preventing the Transmission of Infections in Hospitals
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    The Ecolab team continues to improve their hand hygiene products and technology in order to create greater satisfaction in a robust, end-to-end solution, and ultimately better hand hygiene compliance – a key weapon in helping break chains of transmission.

  • Caring for Colleagues and the Community
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    The Pilot team continues to hand-label, hand-bottle and, for the most part, hand-deliver everything they donate. The experience has strengthened team bonds, not only among the members...but also with the larger community.

  • Taking a Load off the Shoulders of Front-line Responders
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    When the pandemic made Tide Loads of Hope’s normal method of deploying its laundry services no longer safe, Procter & Gamble used Tide Cleaners locations to provide free laundry and dry cleaning to over 100,000 front-line responders.

  • Responding to a National Hand Sanitizer Shortage
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    At SC Johnson, employee volunteers took time away from their regular projects to convert a line typically reserved for testing new products and run it to make up to 75,000 bottles of hand sanitizer per month.

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