Archive for August, 2011

  • Many property managers know that operating a facility in a Green and environmentally preferable manner is a journey with no end point. New products, techniques, concepts, and systems are always being developed that help reduce a facility’s environmental impact...

    Carbon Labeling Could Fill Information Vacuum

    Many property managers know that operating a facility in a Green and environmentally preferable manner is a journey with no end point. New products, techniques, concepts, and systems are always being developed that help reduce a facility’s environmental impact...
  • The U.S. Food and Drug Administration requires that food manufacturers list all the ingredients that go into their products except for “incidental” ingredients, many of which are lost in the manufacturing process.

    Cleaning Without Hidden Ingredients and with No Chemicals

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration requires that food manufacturers list all the ingredients that go into their products except for “incidental” ingredients, many of which are lost in the manufacturing process.
  • The U.S. Green Building Council takes a look at the legislative landscape for green building across the states as open season on the Oval Office gets underway.

    USGBC Tallies Up Green Building Policy Gains Across US

    The U.S. Green Building Council takes a look at the legislative landscape for green building across the states as open season on the Oval Office gets underway.
  • Listen to the educational webinar for vendors who want to nominate their schools for the 2011 Green Cleaning Award for Schools & Universities, this Thursday, Aug 25th at 2:00PM ET.

    Green Cleaning Awards for Schools & Universities

    Listen to the educational webinar for vendors who want to nominate their schools for the 2011 Green Cleaning Award for Schools & Universities, this Thursday, Aug 25th at 2:00PM ET.
  • Federal regulators, consumer advocates and soap manufacturers are locked in a battle over the active ingredient in many antibacterial soaps, a chemical known as triclosan. Do we need antibacterial soaps in nonprofessional uses or is soap & water sufficient?

    Antibacterial Chemical Raises Safety Issues

    Federal regulators, consumer advocates and soap manufacturers are locked in a battle over the active ingredient in many antibacterial soaps, a chemical known as triclosan. Do we need antibacterial soaps in nonprofessional uses or is soap & water sufficient?
  • To help facility managers and suppliers stay on top of changes with LEED-EBOM, FTC marketing requirements, eco-labeling, key market segments, unions and more, ISSA is conducting <i>The State of Green Cleaning</i>, in Arlington, VA <b>September 14th - 15th</b>. Register today!

    Preparing for a Competitive (and Green) 2012

    To help facility managers and suppliers stay on top of changes with LEED-EBOM, FTC marketing requirements, eco-labeling, key market segments, unions and more, ISSA is conducting The State of Green Cleaning, in Arlington, VA September 14th - 15th. Register today!
  • Court dismisses federal false advertising claims “with prejudice."

    Lawsuit Against USGBC Dismissed

    Court dismisses federal false advertising claims “with prejudice."