Our first virtual cleaning summit, in partnership with Good Housekeeping, was packed with insights from experts on how to keep your home and family safe.
Survey Results Were Presented at ACI & Good Housekeeping’s Discover Cleaning: Inside & Out Virtual Summit Nearly Half of Americans Will Clean and Disinfect More This Flu Season A new national survey reveals 86 percent of Americans are confident in their cleaning products to help protect against coronavirus.
American Cleaning Institute Survey Finds Decline in Handwashing Practices Since Beginning of Pandemic
Ahead of Cold and Flu Season, ACI Reminds Americans to Remain Vigilant and Maintain Healthy Habits with Proper Hand Hygiene For Global Handwashing Day Oct.
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) released a new report, Rising to an Unprecedented Challenge: The cleaning products industry’s response to COVID-19, which outlines the actions industry leaders have taken in response to the increased demand for cleaning and hand hygiene products and
ACI Cleaning Product Ingredient Safety Initiative Available at www.cleaninginstitute.org/cpisi Initiative Showcases Environmental Data on Cleaning Product Ingredients Website is Significant Transparency Initiative for the Cleaning Products Industry En
Free, Virtual Event Takes Place October 14, 2020 As the pandemic has demonstrated that cleaning and hygiene products are more essential than ever, two expert voices are joining together to host their first-ever joint summit, Discover Cleaning – Inside & Out on
ACI Convention Postponed Until January 2022 Members-Only ACI Virtual Summit to be held Week of January 25, 2021 As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a recognized critical health emergency, the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) Industry Convention is being postponed until January 2022.
“Healthy Schools, Healthy People” Program Provides Free Resources to Help Keep the School Community Healthy and Safe Toolkit Available Online at Cleaninginstitute.org/SchoolHealth As school systems across the country assess reopening plans, the
Hand sanitizers are useful for killing germs, especially when soap and water are not readily available. Here's how to read the label, from ethanol to glycerin, and what to look for.
Coverage of recent studies examining the increased use of disinfectants during COVID-19 may be sending misleading messages about the products’ safety during a time when they are playing a critical role in public health, according to the American Cleaning Institute (ACI – cleaninginstitute.org).