New Technology and Green Cleaning Webinar

July 23, 2014 | Written By:

What’s out there and what works

“New Technology and Green Cleaning” takes you behind the scenes, discussing all of the latest green cleaning technology from the user's perspective. You'll have access to building engineers and technology experts who have reviewed the newest green cleaning products on the market. Not only will you learn what's out there, you'll also learn how it works, if it works, and how much it will cost—and save—you.

Speakers will also discuss strategies for getting your staff on board with new technologies and building community support for green cleaning. You'll have the unique opportunity to ask personal questions about your green cleaning program and technologies that you want to know more about. When it comes to the world of new technology, sometimes the information can be overwhelming. It's nice to know you're not in this alone. Our panel of experts can help you navigate the growing marketplace.

At HSC, we're excited about this year's lineup of free webinars on hot-button green cleaning topics. We've selected an amazing panel of experts in the field—from environmentally responsible manufacturers to school administrators and building engineers. The best part is—you'll have the opportunity to join the conversation too! Our webinars are perfect for anyone who wants to know more about green cleaning, including parents, school administrators, teachers, custodial staff and school nurses.


Steve Ashkin, The Green Cleaning Network

Jodi Krause, Assistant Director of Housekeeping for University of Wisconsin-Madison's Division of Housing

Mark Bishop, Vice President of Policy for Healthy Schools Campaign

Date: August 19, 2014, 1:00pm to 2:00pm Central

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