Davie, Florida – In less than 3 weeks, the Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Chemical-Free Cleaning Expo will be the primary location to learn all about how modern science can safeguard the health of all our building occupants. The Expo will be held on February 21st on the campus of NSU in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
So far, attendees for the Expo have registered from across the world (Dubai, Japan, India, and Egypt) and 19 states, including AL, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, IL, IN, MN, MO, NC, NJ, NY, OH, OK, PA, TX, WI, WV, and VA.
Attendees can benefit from various expert presentations, informative panel discussions, and hands-on Chemical-Free, toxin-free cleaning product exhibits, displays and demonstrations. The Expo is presented by Nova Southeastern University, Shark Recycling, and The Chemical-Free Cleaning Network. Cleaning & Maintenance Management Magazine is a media sponsor. www.cmmonline.com
Speakers and Presentations
At the Expo, members of the cleaning industry, contractors, facilities and real estate managers, and interested members of the general public will see informative presentations by innovative leaders. Just announced:
BWI (Baltimore Washington International) Airport’s Silvia Kizmann and Phil Poggie, Terminal and Landside Operations Managers will share some key chemical-free initiatives recently implemented. A unique terrazzo polishing program with Apeiron and TomCat, as well as innovative restroom systems with MondoVap and Kaivac, will be highlighted. They will share how an ongoing TQM program including monthly measurement with the Elliott Affiliates PAIS system has provided clear data for management decision making, and the results from the change.
In addition to:
Rex Morrison, President of the non-profit Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools (PCHS) Consortium, Inc. www.pc4hf.org
Dr. Robert Powitz, Forensic Sanitarian. www.sanitarian.com
Roni Cohen Leiderman, Ph.D., Dean of the Mailman Segal Institute for Early Childhood Studies at the university. www.unicornchildrensfoundation.org/about/ucf-board-members/roni-leiderman-phd
Ruben Rives, the owner of Miami-based PSS/H2Only Renewable Cleaning. propertyserviceandsupplies.com
Vince Elliott, the Founder of both The Chemical Free Cleaning Network www.cfcn.info and Elliott Affiliates, Ltd., www.ealtd.com.
… and more!
The NSU Chemical-Free Expo continues to build its array of leading manufacturers and distributors of chemical-free cleaning technologies who will be presenting invaluable information at the event. The latest distinguished additions are:
Eco-Clean, a revolutionary non-active catalyst cleaning solution that is neither chemical nor bacterial and is completely safe even when compared to "environmentally safer" products. Beyond sustainable, Eco-Clean is beneficial, as it cleans by accelerating the breaking down of bacteria that cause odors and infection, without leaving any harmful chemical residue. www.eco-clean.us
Nature Tech Solutions (NTS) an innovator in electrolyzed water technology offer
ing both handheld and distribution systems, will debut GEN-X3 the industry''s first hand-held Hypochlorous Generator. Mimicking the process of white blood cells ability to destroy pathogens, their array of products are equally effective for commercial and residential use. www.naturetechsolutions.com
MonoFoil Technologies will provide information on their anti-microbial organic and silane-based coating. It uses a mechanical, rather than chemical, kill on molecular microbes to destroy bacteria, viruses, fungi, algae, mold, yeast, mildew and more. It can be wiped, sprayed, or fogged in a one-step no-cleaning process to many surfaces, including textiles, to make the material continuously antimicrobial for 30 days from application. www.coeustechnology.com/monofoil
In addition to:
Activeion will be presenting and exhibiting the Ionator EXP and ionator HOM. www.activeion.com
Advanced Vapor Technologies will display and demonstrate MondoVap, a superheated, low vapor cleaner that both cleans and disinfects. www.advap.com
AQUAOX will present information on NEW (Neutral Electrolyzed Water) solutions for food and other applications. www.aquaox.net
Elliott Affiliates will present information on performance-based Chemical-Free custodial and grounds contract documents and measurement technologies. www.ealtd.com
Falcon ProSolutions will present their innovative electrolyzed water technology offering both handheld and Steam Vapor systems. www.efalcon-inc.com
Kaivac will present and demonstrate their patented "No-Touch Cleaning" and "Flat Surface Cleaning" systems. www.kaivac.com
Micah Services will showcase their chemical-free bed bug detection and remediation. www.bedbugfinder.com
Orbio Technologies, a Tennant Company group, will present information on their sustainable technology portfolio and demonstrate their Chemical-Free carpet extraction technology. www.orbio.com
ProTeam vacuums will present "Cleaning for Health”. www.pro-team.com
Steril-Aire will present information about their multi-patented HVAC UVC emitters. www.steril-aire.com
Tersano will present "Proof of Clean in Chemical Free Cleaning". www.tersanoprofessional.com
TomCat will present information and demonstrate ZerO3 aqueous ozone technology. www.tomcatequip.com
The first 200 attendees will receive a free copy of the Extreme Green Cleaning book, a $19.95 value. This book is an authoritative guide to understanding and implementing your own toxic-free, Chemical-Free cleaning program.
The producers of the NSU Chemical-Free Expo also have a special free ebook download offer. A Chemical-Free Cleaning Guide For Your Home provides clear guidelines for how we might change the various tasks and frequencies of our cleaning activities to better protect our selves, our families and our planet. It’s available at www.cfcn.info/freedl.html
Admission is free and exhibitor space is still available. Stop polluting your buildings with a hazardous brew of toxic chemicals and find out all about this exciting, cutting-edge Expo by reviewing a full schedule of events as well as being able to register for the event at: www.cfcn.info/e0.html
Limited booth space still available, please contact Beth Bittenbender at 410-584-8560, firstname.lastname@example.org