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EPA, Scientists Assert Safety and Biodegradability of Polyvinyl Alcohol Film ACI Debunks Blueland Marketing Myths with Scientific Facts NYC Plan to Ban Detergents Using PVA/PVOH “Unnecessary” The American Cleanin
Clear definitions, compliance safeguards, and technical refinements needed for regulatory certainty and equity  Industry making great strides to remain in compliance while continuing to provide effective and safe products 
New Directors Elected to Two-Year Term Four executives joined the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) Board of Directors during the 2024 ACI Industry Convention in Orlando, FL. New Directors elected to a two-year term on the Board include:
The American Cleaning Institute, (ACI) the trade association for the cleaning products supply chain, announces the appointment of Marie Gargas as Senior Director of Regulatory and International Affairs.
As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans to make updates to its Safer Choice Standards, the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) expressed support but is seeking modifications to what EPA is proposing.
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) announced the promotions of three staff members and a new addition to its Government Affairs team. The promotions include:
The American Cleaning Institute’s (ACI) Communications Team has been recognized with Honorable Mentions in three separate PR Daily awards competitions; Ragan’s PR Daily Awards, PR Daily’s 2023 Content Marketing Awards and PR Daily’s Media Relations Awards.
Packets Up! Emphasizes Safe Use of Liquid Laundry Packets Spanish Webpage Helps Reach More Families, Provides Resources for Parents The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) launched a Spanish version of the Packets Up!
American Cleaning Institute Shares Feedback with White House Panel Addressing Government Sustainable Chemistry Policy The U.S. government is failing to meet its requirements to review new chemicals within 90 days, which has created a bottleneck for new innovative, safer, and environmentally sustainable chemicals from reaching the U.S.