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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Green Seal Environmental Standard for Hand Cleaners and Hand Soaps Used for Industrial and Institutional Purposes (GS-41)

Title:
Green Seal Environmental Standard for Hand Cleaners and Hand Soaps Used for Industrial and Institutional Purposes (GS-41)

Abstract:
This standard establishes environmental requirements for industrial heavy-duty hand cleaners and institutional hand cleaners. For purposes of this standard, industrial heavy-duty hand cleaners are defined as those products advertised for heavy-duty use to remove oil, grease, ink or other hard to remove soils in garages, print shops, and other industrial settings. Institutional hand cleaners are defined as those products advertised for routine, nonspecialized hand cleaning in office buildings, schools, retail and other public buildings. The standard does not focus on the use of hand cleaners in households, food preparation operations, or medical facilities.

URL:
http://www.greenseal.org/GreenBusiness/Standards.aspx?vid=ViewStandardDetail&cid=0&sid=29

Source:
Green Seal

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
July 12, 2013

Associated Sectors:

  P2Rx

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