The American Cleaning Institute (ACI)

News listing

Sort By

Sort by releases, surveys and statements, or visit our survey archive. Get more ACI news by following us on Twitter and on our blog, or sign up for latest industry updates in the weekly ACI Smartbrief digest.

If you are a member of the media, please see our Communications contacts page.

5 Industry Leaders Are “Early Adopters” of ACI’s Sustainable Feedstocks Initiative Earlier this year, the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) unveiled its Sustainable Feedstocks Initiative, aimed to drive the use of more sustainable feedstocks
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI), the trade association for the U.S. cleaning product supply chain, issued the following statement in response to research published by the activist group Environmental Working Group in the journal Chemosphere – and related news coverage – discussing the potential effects of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found in cleaning products:
Liquid Laundry Packets, Laundry Sheets, Microbial-Based Cleaners Should be Added to EPA Program, Says ACI The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) recommends new product categories be added to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) potential expansion of their Safer Choice and Design for the Environment (DfE) Programs.
Chemistry in Question is a By-Product of Manufacturing Processes, Not Intentionally Added to Detergents, Cleaning Products The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) used “outdated, very limited data” to rapidly conclude that there are ‘unreasonable risks’ from 1,4-dioxane as a byproduct, according to comments submitted by the American Cleaning Institute (ACI).
Safe Kids Worldwide, American Cleaning Institute Provide Safety Advice for New Parents during Baby Safety Month September is Baby Safety Month This September, as part of Baby Safety Month, the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) and Safe Kids Worldwide are providing advice for par
Are You Dialing Up New Innovations in the Marketplace? Join Us at ACI’s Convention ACI Convention Set for Jan. 29-Feb.
Data collection, consumer education, reducing single use plastics and increasing the availability of post-consumer recycled plastics are essential steps in curbing plastic pollution. EPA should consider the time it takes to transition packaging formats, as well as possible hindrances other EPA regulations could impose on new, more sustainable product form
Social Media Blogs, Videos Portray Unsafe Use of Cleaning Products The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) issued the following safety reminder in the wake of news reports on social media videos portraying individuals ingesting powder detergents and additives: