The American Cleaning Institute (ACI)

Research Studies

Year Title Chemical Class Subject
2011

A Meta-Analysis of the Published Literature on the Effectiveness of Antimicrobial Soaps

Author : Montville, Rebecca and Schaffner, Donald W

Antimicrobials Efficacy
2011

Use of Market Forensics to Estimate the Environmental Load of Ingredients from Consumer Products

Author : Paul C. DeLeo, Stephen M. Mudge & Scott D. Dyer

Surfactants Fate
2011

Scientifically Sound Model Links Benefits of Antibacterial Hand Wash to Reduction of Disease

Author : Kruszewski, F.H. and Krowka, J.F.

Antimicrobials Efficacy
2011

Prioritizing contaminants of emerging concern for ecological screening assessments

Author : Jerome M. Diamond, Henry A. Latimer II, Kelly R. Munkittrick, Kent W.Thornton, Steven M. Bartell, Karen A. Kidd

Remove from archives; not an ACI pub??
2011

Relationships between benthic macroinvertebrate community structure and geospatial habitat, in-stream water chemistry, and surfactants in the effluent-dominated Trinity River, Texas, USA

Author : Slye, Jamie L., James H. Kennedy, David R. Johnson, Sam F. Atkinson, Scott D. Dyer, Michael Ciarlo, Kathleen Stanton, Hans Sanderson, Allen M. Nielsen and Bradford B. Price

Phosphate Water Quality
2011

Toxicological properties and risk assessment of the anionic surfactants category: Alkyl sulfates, primary alkane sulfonates, and a-olefin sulfonates

Author : Axel Wibbertmann, Inge Mangelsdorf, Konrad Gamon and Richard Sedlak

Surfactants Risk Assessment
2010

Consumer Product Ingredient Safety: Exposure and Risk Screening Methods for Consumer Product Ingredients

Author : SDA

Cleaning Products Risk Assessment
2010

Long-Term Study on Landscape Irrigation Using Household Graywater - Experimental Study: Interim Report

Author : ACI and the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF)

Cleaning Products Wastewater Treatment
2010

Fatty alcohols in the terrestrial environment

Author : ACI

Surfactants Risk Assessment
2010

Consumer Product Ingredient Safety

Cleaning Products Safety