PortionPac Laundry Detergent Achieves Green Seal GS-51 Certification
PortionPac Chemical Corporation is proud to announce that its line of laundry detergents (940HE, CP940HE and SFS40) is now Green Seal GS-51 certified. PortionPac Chemical Corporation’s laundry detergents are reformulated to make use of the latest advancements in detergent technology, and have also surpassed Green Seal’s strict environmental benchmarks to perform as well, or better than, other market-leading detergents in its class.
“We are excited to offer our newly formulated, high efficiency laundry detergents that also carry the weight of Green Seal certification,” said PortionPac president Burt Klein. “State of the art technology was used to meet the market’s desire for a high performance detergent with minimal environmental impact. Our new line of laundry detergents further cements our long standing position as an industry leader in sustainable cleaning.”
Green Seal maintains the most rigorous voluntary environmental standards in the cleaning industry. Its comprehensive approach to certification involves evaluating every step of a product’s creation from manufacture to disposal.
The certification of PortionPac Chemical Corporation Laundry Detergent by Green Sealwas achieved through extensive evaluations of effective performance, concentration of product, minimized/recycled packaging, and protective limits on human and environmental toxicity.
“Green Seal congratulates PortionPac Chemical Corporation for its newly certified laundry products, adding to many others achieved over nearly 11 years,” said Dr. Arthur Weissman, President & CEO of Green Seal. “This demonstrates their continuing leadership in protecting human health and the environment and is yet one more milestone in their long history of producing green cleaning chemicals.”
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