October 14, 2020
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Responsibility

The cleaning products industry’s response to COVID-19

In the U.S. and globally, the cleaning products industry supported relief efforts, food banks, healthcare workers and local communities financially, and with donations of products and personal protective equipment.

Companies throughout the supply chain rallied to bring on new production of hand sanitizers, most of which were donated in support of communities and front-line workers. The data that follows, acquired from members directly and from publicly available company statements, captures how the industry collectively responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click HERE for amazing stories of how people are continuing to work hard to keep their colleagues, front-line workers and communities safe and healthy.

Source: https://www.cleaninginstitute.org/newsroom/releases/2020/new-report-details-cleaning-products-industrys-response-covid-19-pandemic

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