The 2009 conference will focus on green cleaning consumer trends; market drivers behind green innovations in the cleaning industry; United States and global regulations on chemicals, green marketing standards and oversight; and sustainable technologies, the release stated.
Jessica Johnson, senior conference producer for IntertechPira, said: "This conference will be particularly exciting due to the support we’ve received from the key players in the industry, including The Soap and Detergent Association
(SDA). In addition to a packed schedule tackling the issues that are most important to the cleaning products industry, this year’s conference will offer numerous opportunities for networking."
Several industry experts will provide in-depth examinations of green cleaning product case studies for attendees to ponder and use as guides for implementation at their own facilities, the release noted.
According to the release, attendees are expected from all segments of the industry, including: Suppliers of chemicals, additives and ingredients to the cleaning products industry; consumer products companies researching and developing new products for environmentally responsible consumers; and legislators, law firms and lobbyists to the cleaning products industry.