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TDG Proposed Changes: BioPackaging – Reporting

ICC
Transport Canada recently shared proposed changes affecting the official standard for Class 6.2 packaging and the Part 8 reporting requirements. The former is by reference to a proposed update to the CGSB standard; the latter by a Canada Gazette (CG) I notice.
 
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EVENTS

AUGUST 12

Manitoba/Saskatchewan Golf Tournament
10:00am - 6:30pm 
Lorette Golf Course
Contact: myron@lambskin.com 

SEPTEMBER 18 
Alberta Chapter Golf Tournament
River Bend Golf Club, Red Deer, Alberta
Contact: Tami Hatcher at tami.hatcher@saniworks.com 

OCTOBER 21
Canada Night, Las Vegas, Nevada
5:30pm - 8:00pm 
Held In Conjunction With Issa/Interclean
Contact: CSSA - 905 665-8001 tracy@cssa.com 

NOVEMBER 26
Ontario Chapter Christmas Luncheon
5:30pm - 8:00pm
Richmond Hill Country Club
Contact Brad Fraser at bfraser@wausaupaper.com or Mike Nosko at mike@cssa.com
 

Ponytail Power Strikes Again!!!!

CSSA
As many of you are aware the Ladies of our industry are joining together help build a house for Habitat for Humanity. Through this amazing event, we will have the gratifying experience of getting out on a job site and helping to build a house for a family in need. No construction experience needed! Habitat will handle the training, tools, safety gear, meals and all the fun stuff in between!
Avoid Competing On Price By Offering Private Brands
CLEANLINK
Competition comes from everywhere. Nontraditional jan/san distributors begin selling daily use products. Big-box stores and online retailers enter the market and commoditize the national brands.

First-of-its-kind study shows cleaning products pollute indoor air, put Canadians at risk of dangerous health impacts

CNW
A new report has found that popular cleaning products can cause indoor air pollution that is linked to respiratory illnesses such as asthma and that pose a threat to the development of unborn babies. Released today, The Dirty Truth: How toxic cleaning products are putting Canadians at risk is the first study conducted in Canadians' homes that shows the impact of cleaning products on volatile organic compound (VOC) levels in indoor air.

Polished Concrete Maintenance Is Still Necessary
CLEANLINK
Within the last five years, polished concrete flooring has grown in popularity, replacing vinyl composition tile (VCT) floors in many new and existing commercial facilities.
4 Ways to Tell If Cleaning Products Are Actually Safe
CARE2
Because of patent laws in the U.S., we don’t actually know what’s in conventional cleaning formulas. Furthermore, current legislation allows U.S. manufacturers of cleaning products to use almost any ingredient they want.

This UV-emitting door handle neutralizes bacteria, helps fight the spread of disease

DIGITAL TRENDS
On the list of most germ-ridden objects you encounter on a daily basis, door handles are probably one of the worst. They’re particularly problematic because, while lots of people touch them on a daily basis, they generally don’t get cleaned as often as, say, a kitchen counter — or even a toilet seat for that matter.

Which Matters More: Being Green Or Being Clean?

YAHOO NEWS
You may be one of the many wondering if bleach should still have a place in your home or conversely, if all those gentler, so-called healthier cleaning options on the market are actually getting the job done. The questions aren’t easy ones—even for a scientist.
MERS outbreak: 3 lessons Canada learned from SARS
CBC NEWS
As South Korea faces an outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, Canadian health officials are staying vigilant in case the virus makes it inside our borders.
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