NCL hosts green cleaning training programs
March 19, 2009
National Chemical Laboratories, Inc., in conjunction with NCL University, held a series of green cleaning training programs for distributor management during January 2009. These meetings were focused on reviewing the process, procedures and product selection necessary to promote healthy, green cleaning, and to highlight a series of new products available in the NCL EARTH SENSE® Environmentally Responsible Cleaning Product System.
Each individual attending the training was certified by the company as a trainer to better assist end-user customers to create healthy, sustainable buildings. According to the company, additional meetings are planned for later this year.
NCL is committed to providing ongoing training and support for distributor partners on important subjects such as green cleaning and green technology. According to the company, these training programs underscore NCL’s commitment to providing "Healthy, Green Cleaning" for facilities.
NCL is a partner with the US EPA Design for the Environment (DfE) Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative, and plans the elimination of all bio-accumulative surfactant systems from all of its products over the next 24 months. NCL is also a sponsor for the development of the Green Seal GS-42 Green Cleaning Standard.
For more information on NCL Green Cleaning Programs, visit NCL on the web at www.nclonline.com