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CRI forms stewardship program

DALTON, GA — The CRI is teaming up with Carpet America Recovery Effort (CARE) in order to aid CARE's efforts to keep carpet from overcrowding landfills.

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November 2014

The Green Chasm

A healthy debate on the issue of green cleaning.
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November 2014

The Heat on Heat

A discussion of hot versus cold in carpet cleaning.

A point/counterpoint argument for a reevaluation of the hot-water cleaning regulations in New York state's Green Cleaning Guidelines.

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Study examines carpet protector chemical in bodies of water

WASHINGTON — The EPA study found fish in U.S. waters have high levels of the chemical, formerly found in carpet protector.

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Online poll: Staying green

The newest Clenfax online poll asks: What do you do to stay green?

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Poison safety from children

WASHINGTON, DC — Children’s artwork reinforces need for chemical safety.

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ACI study finds ingredient safe

WASHINGTON — Peer-reviewed, scientific journal article examines over 250 studies on surfactant impact on waterways and sediments.

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November 2013

Environmentally Friendly Showcase

October 2013

A ‘Global Harmonized System’

Get ready for changes to labels, lists and classifications of chemicals.

GHS (The Globally Harmonized System) for labeling, listing and classifying chemical hazards was developed by the United Nations with input from many countries, including the United States.

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CDC: Lower asthma with green carpet cleaning

A 2004 U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study indicated that the numbers of people who are suffering from the adverse affects of asthma has witnessed an upsurge in recent years, particularly among children.

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