This year's conference will take the cleaning product industry's pulse on sustainability and offer a candid dialogue on what 'green' really means
Portland, Maine (PRWEB) September 10, 2009
IntertechPira announces the agenda for the third annual Cleaning Products 2009: Forever Green? conference, which focuses on green cleaning consumer trends; market drivers behind green innovations in the cleaning industry; US and global regulations on chemicals, green marketing standards and oversight; and sustainable technologies. The conference will take place from Monday, November 2 through Wednesday, November 4, 2009 at the Hilton Alexandria Old Town in Alexandria, Virginia.
"This year's conference will take the cleaning product industry's pulse on sustainability and offer a candid dialogue on what 'green' really means," said Brian Sansoni, Vice President of Communication and Membership at The Soap and Detergent Association and the conference chair.
"We are pleased to be working with IntertechPira again this year on Cleaning Products 2009. We've broadened the program across different sectors of the cleaning products industry, including the household, I&I, and commercial arenas. Plus, the conference will offer excellent opportunities to network with others in the industry."
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from representatives of the leaders in the industry, including Clorox Green Works, the EPA's Design for the Environment Program, Green Seal, SDA and Staples. Other organizations presenting are Adco, AkzoNobel, Clean Production Action, Givaudan, The "Green" Hotels Association, The Healthy Schools Campaign, Itaconix, J. Ottman Consulting, Inc., Novozymes, NOAA, and the Shelton Group. Jacquelyn A. Ottman, president of J. Ottman Consulting will be speaking at the conference and leading a pre-conference seminar on the strategies for success in green marketing and eco-innovation.
Cleaning Products 2009: Forever Green? is a key event for those in the cleaning products industry. Attendees are expected from all segments of the industry: suppliers of chemicals, additives and ingredients to the cleaning products industry; consumer products companies researching and developing new products for environmentally responsible consumers; and legislators, law firms and lobbyists to the cleaning products industry.
For more information about Cleaning Products 2009: Forever Green? or to attend, visit http://www.cleaningproductsconference.com. For inquiries about the program, please contact Valerie King, conference producer, at +1 207 781 9617.
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