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Cleaning up the detergents industry by sustainable development

The third Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit will be hosted in New York City on 2-3rd May. For the first time in North America, the summit will discuss the major sustainability issues affecting the cleaning products industry in a high-level forum. Focal themes of this edition are green surfactants, sustainable ingredients, green labels, and marketing developments. Click here to get the detailed summit agenda.

With growing concerns about the health and environmental impacts of cleaning products, how can brands 'clean up' their formulations? What developments are occurring in green surfactants? What sustainable sources of feedstock are emerging? What is the outlook for green labels / sustainability schemes? How can metrics assist home care companies and ingredient firms on the green journey? What do consumers look for in natural cleaning products? Such questions will be addressed in this premier North American edition. More details

Organized by Organic Monitor, the aim of the Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit is to advance sustainability in the cleaning products industry by debating key issues in a high-level forum. Each edition brings together key stake-holders in the cleaning products industry to discuss key issues and showcase industry best-practices.

Previous Summit: Watch the video!

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The previous (2nd) edition of the Sustainable Cleaning Products Summit was hosted in Paris on 26-27th October 2016. The summit highlighted major sustainability shortcomings in the detergents & cleaning products industry, with discussions covering sustainability metrics, green ingredients, sustainable packaging, and consumer impacts. View the summit pics here.

 

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Ecovia Intelligence Organic Monitor

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