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Will Represent Cleaning Products Industry on Panel Providing Guidance to Commerce Dept., USTR Kathleen Stanton, Associate Vice President, Technical & International Affairs at the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) has been appointed to the Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Health/Science Products and Services (ITAC 3). The Committee provides detailed policy and technical advice, information, and recommendations to the Secretary of Commerce and the United…
April 28, 2022
Agency Urged to Improve Consumer Education, Outreach on Proper Recycling The cleaning product supply chain supports efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to enhance useful data collection and analysis that will identify factors that contribute to effective recycling programs, according to the American Cleaning Institute (ACI). ACI was responding to two requests for information (RFIs) from the EPA’s Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery, regarding the Solid Waste…
July 27, 2022
One of the key components of an innovative workforce is a diverse and inclusive team. That’s why we’re celebrating the vital role of diversity in innovation for #STEMDay!
November 17, 2020
The second issue of ACI’s Convention News – published by Chemical Week – is now available: ACI 2020 Convention News – Issue 2 The publication reviews the 2020 Convention, summarizes key ACI member issues, and reports on other industry news.
January 31, 2020
The first issue of ACI’s Convention News – published by Chemical Week – is now available: ACI 2020 Convention News – Issue 1 The publication previews the 2020 ACI Convention, summarizes key ACI member issues and reports on other industry news. Follow daily news updates from the 2020 ACI Convention on ACI’s Twitter feed and via the hashtag #2020ACI.
January 24, 2020
January 23, 2017. The first issue of ACI’s Convention News – published by IHS Chemical Week – is now available. The publication previews the 2017 ACI Convention, summarizes key ACI member issues, and reports on other industry news. Click here to view the digital edition. Follow daily news updates from the 2017 ACI Convention on ACI’s Twitter feed and via the hashtag #2017ACI.
February 4, 2019
Annual Women’s Forum to Highlight Catalyst Report on "Leveraging Differences to Drive Business Results" Panel Discussion to Feature ACI Board Members from Amway, BASF, Clorox ACI Convention Takes Place January 29-Febuary 3 in Orlando, Florida Washington, D.C. – December 15, 2017 – The Women’s Networking Forum and Panel at the 2018 American Cleaning Institute (ACI) Convention will explore how companies can thrive through "Inclusive Leadership: Leveraging Differences to Drive…
February 4, 2019
ACI exhibited at the 2017 National Leadership Conference of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) in Nashville, Tennessee to share key programs with many of the 7,800 FCCLA members that attended. ACI provided educational resources and materials on laundry packet safety and sustainability practices in the laundry room. Attendees also learned how their chapters could earn national recognition for their schools by participating in the Healthy Schools, Healthy People, It’s a SNAP…
February 4, 2019
Findings Indicate that Antiseptic Compounds Are Unlikely to Cause Adverse Ecological Impacts Risk Analysis Framework May Be Adapted for Other Ingredients That Reach the Environment Through Down-the-Drain Pathways Article Published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry The use of three topical antiseptic compounds – benzalkonium chloride (BAC), benzethonium chloride (BZT) and chloroxylenol (PCMX) – has increased due to the phase-out of other antimicrobial ingredients (such as triclosan) in…
November 16, 2022
Outcomes of negligible environmental risk mean consumers can feel confident about the safety of these ingredients going down the drain. Results were consistent with assessments by authoritative bodies around the world. Newly published research indicates that an important ingredient used in detergents and cleaning products poses a low ecological risk to waterways. The study, “Environmental risk assessment of polycarboxylate polymers used in cleaning products in the United States,” is published…
June 16, 2020