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IEHA launches pilot program and study

December 09, 2010
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WESTERVILLE, OH — The International Executive Housekeepers Association (IEHA) is embarking upon a pilot program and field study to evaluate new technologies and processes that are expected by some experts to change the nature of green cleaning, according to a press release.
Individual leaders in the educational sector and leading school districts are being offered a unique opportunity to participate as pathfinders in the next phase of green cleaning by joining in the field testing of key technologies utilizing renewable, reduced-chemical or chemical-free cleaning and sanitizing processes, the release stated.
According to the release, the program is being offered selectively to facilities that IEHA has identified as industry leaders, and involves several steps including a conference call with invited facility management, the IEHA program manager and scientific and/or field advisors and trainers to define the proposed test or pilot parameters and the responsibilities of respective parties.
There will also be a signing of confidentiality and other agreements to protect all parties and to help ensure clear and unimpeded communications, the release noted.
Click here to read the complete release.
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