Title: Biocides, solvents and dyes: trends in formulations and sustainability : conference of SEPAWA specialist group professional cleaning & care (PRP)
Authors : Kimmel, Tobias
Leiblein, Thomas
Hofmann, Thomas
Schambil, Fred
Published in : SOFW
Volume(Issue) : 143
Issue : 6
Pages : 32
Pages to: 37
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Verlag für Chemische Industrie H. Ziolkowsky
Issue Date: 2017
License (according to publishing contract) : Licence according to publishing contract
Language : English
Subjects : Dye; Solvent; Biocide; Sustainability
Subject (DDC) : 648: Housekeeping
Abstract: The annual meeting of the SEPAWA specialist group “Professional Cleaning and Care” was held 23–24 March 2017 in the council hall of the old town hall of Rapperswil, Switzerland. In a presentation entitled “Let’s Go! Trends in Formulations and Sustainability” the chairman of the group, Prof. Dr Tobias Kimmel, led the audience through the meeting programme. The event was organised with the support of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. A total of eight lectures focused on biocides, aerosols, new “green” solvents and dyes for liquid formulations, as well as test procedures for detergents and cleaning products. With the aim of making employees more aware of dangers, the programme also featured an impressive experimental lecture entitled “Dangerous Substances Live” which showed the 70 meeting participants hazards in day-to-day practice and pointed out risks. Preparations are already under way for next year’s lecture event. The theme and venue of the event will be announced in good time on the SEPAWA website.
Departement: Life Sciences und Facility Management
Organisational Unit: Institute of Facility Management (IFM)
Publication type: Article in scientific Journal
ISSN: 0942-7694
URI: http://www.sofw.com/index/sofw_en/sofw_en_archive.html?cosearch=&cosearch_ed=&costart=&do_search_ed=1&edition=333&naid=7392
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