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In a LinkedIn post,  ACI President & CEO Melissa Hockstad writes that conversations within the association and with ACI’s member companies will be the catalyst for ongoing, long-term and meaningful actions on justice, equality and an end
Experienced Environmental Scientist Joins Leading Cleaning Product Trade Group from EPA, Will Focus on Federal and State Regulatory Strategies The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) announced the appointment of Nathan Sell as Director, Regulatory Science, a new position.
Experienced Microbiologist Joins Leading Cleaning Product Trade Group from FDA, Will Focus on ACI’s Topical Antiseptics Program The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) announced the appointment of Dr. Ashley N. Queen as Director, Microbiology & Public Health, a new position.
ACI is First Non-Manufacturer Group to Successfully Submit Chemicals for Approval by EPA Safer Choice Program The Environmental Protection Agency’s Safer Choice program approved eight cleaning product ingredients submitted by the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) for inclusion in its Safer Chemical Ingredie
Online Initiative Features Weekly Messages on Cleaning Product Ingredients and Benefits #DiscoverClean Hashtag to Be Highlighted on ACI’s Social Media Channels The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) launched its new Discover Clean initiative, which will feature updated insights and information on cleaning products across ACI’s social media channels.
As we deal with a new normal when it comes to cleaning in the age of coronavirus, it’s more important than ever to focus your cleaning time on more frequent, specific cleaning tasks.
The best way to reduce the spread of germs, especially on frequently touched surfaces, is to clean the surface first to remove dirt and grime, then disinfect.
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) issued the following statement in response to speculation about the use of disinfectants in or on one’s body: “Disinfectants are meant to kill germs or viruses on hard surfaces. Under no circumstances should they ever be used on one’s skin, ingested or injected internally.
American Cleaning Institute (ACI) Issues Important Safety Reminders As We Clean More While Young Children Are Home With millions of Americans now working from home while their children are out of school, we tend to be cleaning more to help protect against the spread of coronavirus.
Experienced Communicator Will Focus on Highlighting ACI Technical, Regulatory Expertise, Enhancing and Building Strategic Partnerships The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) announced the appointment of Kristin DiNicolantonio as Director, Stakeholder Communications, a new position.