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Diversey launches cleaning program for educational facilities

STURTEVANT, WI — Diversey Inc. has launched its Healthy High Performance Cleaning (HHPC) program for educational facilities.
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Kimberly-Clark aims to reduce forest fiber footprint

DALLAS — Kimberly-Clark Corporation has laid out a bold vision to significantly reduce its forest fiber footprint.
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ACI welcomes new manager of sustainability programs

WASHINGTON — The American Cleaning Institute (ACI) has named Melissa Bernardo as manager of sustainability programs, a newly-created position that will strengthen ACI''s sustainability efforts for the cleaning products industry.
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Green Seal tops certification lists

OAKLAND, CA — As the use of environmentally preferable products is increasingly mandated by state and city governments, Green Seal remains a trusted certification standard.
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Benchmark recognized for sustainability and recycling

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA — Benchmark Inc. has been recognized by Nationwide Foam Recycling for recycling efforts on roof projects designed and specified by Benchmark Inc.
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xpedx release 6.12

xpedx Selects Winning Entry in 2012 Net Impact Campus Greening Challenge xpedx Asked Students to Develop Sustainable Solutions for College Campuses CINCINNATI, Ohio -- xpedx, the leading business-to-business distribution company
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xpedx selects winning entry

CINCINNATI — xpedx has selected a winning entry in the Net Impact Campus Greening Challenge.
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G&K tests hybrid trucks

MINNEAPOLIS — G&K Services Inc. has launched a pilot program to test hybrid electric trucks in its fleet of delivery vehicles.
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Ecolab expands partnership with WWF

ST. PAUL, MN — Ecolab Inc. has expanded its commitment to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to support the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) in establishing a global water standard.
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LEED ballot delayed for a year

WASHINGTON — The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system that was scheduled to go to ballot this year, known as LEED 2012, was delayed on Monday by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
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