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Cleaning versus green cleaning

May 24, 2011
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ATLANTA — Air Quality Sciences Inc. (AQS) has released Green Cleaning for Health, a myth-busting white paper exploring the potential health implications of a variety of cleaning products and methods, shedding light on green cleaning, according to a press release.

Green Cleaning for Health discusses the future of certification programs and initiatives promoting a greener, healthier concept of clean, the release stated.

"Many cleaning products lack substantiated green attributes, yet are alleged to be ''environmentally friendly'' or ''healthy,'' causing confusion for consumers, facility managers, cleaning professionals — even manufacturers," said Tony Worthan, vice president of AQS.

"Green Cleaning for Health talks about the importance of cleaning but cautions that steps should be taken to ensure products and methods are effective and healthy for consumers and commercial users," Worthan added.

According to the release, the paper also summarizes certification programs and other initiatives in promotion of green cleaning and dispels common assumptions associated with conventional cleaning.

Click here to read the complete release.

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