The businesses that use our product perform many different functions, but I’m glad we can find common ground on the business of being green - Deirdre Imus
Hackensack, NJ (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
In an ongoing effort to provide the most effective green cleaning products on the market, GTC™ Greening The Cleaning® is excited to introduce the new and improved DIC 12 Zinc-Free Floor Finish to it's institutional product line.
This new, low odor finish can be used on all types of resilient tile flooring and properly prepared hard surfaces. It provides a durable finish that can be maintained with standard scrub and recoat procedures, spray buffing, and high-speed burnishing. It is not formulated with zinc or other heavy metals, APEs or phthalates and is Green Seal™ certified.
“As always, I am extremely proud of our team at GTC™ Greening The Cleaning® for putting forth a cleaning product that continually sets the bar for green cleaning,” said Deirdre Imus, president of The Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center® and founder of the GTC™ Greening The Cleaning® program. “The businesses that use our product perform many different functions, but I’m glad we can find common ground on the business of being green.”
The award-winning GTC™ Greening The Cleaning® products are used in hospitals, schools, government agencies and businesses nationwide. To the greatest extent possible, GTC™ products contain naturally-derived ingredients that deliver the maximum level of efficacy at the least level of toxicity. 100% of all profits from our institutional products go to The Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center® for supporting the GTC™ Greening The Cleaning® program in addition to funding education and research to identify, control and ultimately prevent toxic exposures in the environment that threaten our children’s health.
Please feel free to contact our GTC™ Greening The Cleaning® team with questions and comments at 551-996-8047. Visit dienviro.org for more information on the GTC™ Greening The Cleaning® program, product standards and the latest green cleaning news.