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Updated Publication Showcases Risk Characterization Framework to Inform Development of New Enzyme Products Guidance Document Available for Free at Enzymes bring significant benefits to laundry and cleaning products, including improved cleaning efficiencies.
Dr. James Kim to Lead Technical, Regulatory Department Richard Sedlak, the American Cleaning Institute’s (ACI) Executive Vice President of Technical & International Affairs, is retiring from ACI as of December 31, 2019 after more than 42 years at the association. 
Cleaning Product Supply Chain’s Top Business Event Set for Jan. 27-Feb.
In a nutshell, antibacterial disinfectants help kill germs on the surfaces in our homes. They’re pretty easy to recognize because their labels say they disinfect, kill bacteria or sanitize.
Cleaning sofas, tables, and other furnishings helps keep them beautiful and in good shape for years to come.
The workshop series will focus on implementing hands-on science lessons in the classroom using the 5E Instructional Model and CEF’s You Be The Chemist™ Activity Guides.
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) launched its 2019 Sustainability Report, which details its new strategy calling on the cleaning products industry to take bolder, collective action to achieve a cleaner world. 
Cleaning supplies are important to have on hand during natural disasters – whether you are staying at home or heading for higher ground.
The New York State Supreme Court invalidated the Household Cleansing Product Information Disclosure Program issued by the New York State Department of Environmental Conversation (NYSDEC) on the grounds that they did not comply with the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA).
Would you believe that people find cleaning their home more rewarding than going to work? It’s true!