Cleaning Products US
Returning to the Washington D.C. area in 2022, Cleaning Products US will bring together leading representatives from across the home and personal care sector – including household and cleaning products manufacturers, chemical suppliers, regulatory bodies, and retailers. It will be a long awaited chance to discuss trends and challenges and to share new ideas face to face with colleagues, clients and friends.
Focusing on emerging market drivers, shifting consumer trends, and changes to the regulatory landscape, this year’s agenda will explore the key issues that are impacting the supply chain in a post-COVID marketplace.
Cleaning For Purpose Not Just Appearance
Our CSO, Dr. John Ryan, will be speaking at the event in a talk entitled “Cleaning for purpose not just appearance”. Exposure to low-toxicity dusts, which have previously been viewed as ‘nuisance dusts’, can cause chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or other nonmalignant respiratory disease. This session will explore mitigation measure for dust control including traditional cleaning and the use of aircare devices and will explore the benefits and potential risks from emerging air cleaning technologies; emerging regulation and standards for indoor dust control and will offer suggestions on how to maintain indoor air spaces so as to avoid negative health consequences.
One major habit change triggered by the pandemic was the frequency of cleaning. According to a study published in the International Journal of Clinical Practice, it was observed that the frequency of cleaning (69.3%) and the amount of cleaning product usage (74.2%) increased significantly. The sale of cleaning products skyrocketed. The global household cleaning products market size was USD 235.76 billion in 2021 – exhibiting an incline of 6.5% in 2021 alone. But what impact do these products have on our indoor air?
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