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The State of Connecticut requires its public schools to implement a green cleaning program to clean and maintain their schools. That means that any general purpose cleaners, bathroom cleaners, glass cleaners, floor finishes, floor strippers, hand cleansers, and soaps must meet certain guidelines for environmental responsibility and be certified by either Green Seal or Eco Logo.
Sustainability and environmental concerns are obviously important to everyone, but the key takeaway here is that if you’re responsible for maintaining a school’s custodial supply closet– or if your company is bidding on a school contract!– making sure that you’re up to date on what’s needed to stay in compliance is a key part of that job. Luckily, the expert staff at Carey Wiper & Supply has decades of product knowledge experience for you to build on, and that includes more than twenty years of carrying “green” cleaners as well.
Click here to visit our dedicated Green Cleaners page, which has links to both Green Seal and Eco Logo certification sites so you can learn what makes a product eligible to receive those, and gain the talking-points you’ll need to be able to effectively bid for these jobs in Connecticut’s schools.