The Green Seal GS-37 Draft Final Revised Standard, which the FMA opposed, was voted down by a margin of 57 to 43. The revised standard would have impacted significantly the use of fragrance in Green Seal-approved products, which for GS-37 apply to Industrial and Institutional cleaning products. The ballot results and comment summary document are available on the project website at greenseal.org/certification/gs37_iicleanersstandard_dev.cfm. The next step in the process will be to attempt to resolve the issues in disagreement. (Source: FMA)
Green Seal GS-37 Standard Voted Down
November 11, 2008
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