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Controlled Environments MagazineŽ, a resource for contamination prevention and control information, will be covering the pros and cons of green cleaning for companies in the manufacturing industry in their top story "Green Cleaning" in the upcoming May 2009 issue.

Editorial Feature: Controlled Environments Magazine 'goes green' in May 2009 issue

AMHERST, NH | Posted on April 29th, 2009

The push to "go green" is important right now for many consumers and industries, and in this particular article, Barbara Kanegsberg, who has decades of experience as an independent consultant in critical cleaning, contamination control, and surface quality, focuses on a few aspects of the importance of environmentally-preferred cleaning for manufacturers, based on her viewpoint and experiences.

In the article, Kanegsberg stresses how cleaning is a process in manufacturing, not just a chemical. She provides tips on how to move away from ozone-depleting chemicals, including the option of adopting water-based processes, but also warns that many chemicals used to replace ozone-killing substances turn out to be harmful themselves.

"The regulations are complex and ever-changing," Kanegsberg said. "A company may adopt what appears to be a sustainable, environmentally-preferred cleaning process, only to discover...that their efforts are insufficient or even counterproductive."

Other timely articles in the May 2009 issue include Nanotech Safety and Cleaning with Carbon Dioxide. For additional information, or to read "Green Cleaning" in its entirety, please visit www.cemag.us.

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About Controlled Environments Magazine
Controlled Environments MagazineŽ provides timely information to contamination control professionals working in life sciences, microelectronics and other advanced applications. The magazine covers everything from pure materials through protective packaging, from state-of-the-art facility construction through day-to-day cleaning and control challenges affecting quality and yield. It is published 11 times per year by Vicon Publishing, Inc. out of Amherst, N.H.

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