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Free cost-saving strategy seminars

June 18, 2009
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CINCINNATI — JanSan equipment and supply distributor xpedx® is hosting several half-day, no-cost seminars across the U.S. titled, "How to Reduce Cleaning Costs and Meet Environmental Goals," according to a press release.
The seminars are intended for individuals responsible for management, maintenance and budgeting at offices, manufacturing centers, health care, retail, colleges and universities and other facilities, and are designed to help them find the right cleaning tools and processes needed to make building maintenance cost effective and healthier, while also meeting environmental goals, the release stated.
The seminars, which include lunch and a mini trade show, are: Baltimore, June 18; Raleigh, NC, June 24; Seattle, July 14; Portland, ME, July 21; Knoxville, TN, July 22; Columbia, SC, July 23; Atlanta, July 28; Minneapolis, August 6; and Memphis, TN, September 22.
David Frank, president of the American Institute for Cleaning Sciences (AICS) and a leading authority in the sanitary supply industry, will lead the seminars and provide information on workload and staffing, cleaning system design, capital expenditures and mechanization, management tools and environmentally sustainable cleaning, the release noted.
Frank said: "Facility managers can walk away from these seminars with clear, actionable strategies that not only save money but also improve the cleanliness, health and safety of their buildings."
Participants in the housekeeping industry will receive 0.3 continuing education units provided by the International Executive Housekeeping Association (IEHA) after attending the seminar, the release added.
For more details about a seminar near you, contact your local xpedx office.
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