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University of Virginia is First Higher Education Institution in Virginia to Achieve GS Certification

“From the very beginning, our goal was to use the pursuit of certification as an opportunity to develop our staff, create standards for cleaning quality and consistency, and overall strengthen the team to be as productive and motivated as possible,” Training Manager Sandra Smith said.



Green Seal's Director of Science and Standards Daniel Pedersen, Ph.D., joins WBALTV in Baltimore.

Dr. Pedersen discussed the benefits of buying truly green (third-party certified) products, and described Green Seal's Standard Development Process.



Why did the University of Maryland (UMD) College Park's Facilities Maintenance team originally pursue Green Seal certification for their cleaning service?

Learn about this endeavor and the strong encouragement from UMD students in this quick video.




Providing environmentally preferable products protects the health of people and the planet. But how can you tell if a product is truly green?

Offering Green Seal-certified products gives manufacturers a competitive advantage and the assurance of quality and environmental protection. Hear interviews from product and marketing managers from several companies including: Betco Corp, Clorox, EnvirOx, MultiClean, Nyco Products, Von Drehle Corp, and Wausau Paper.



What we buy affects our health and the environment. But how can we tell if what we’re buying is truly green?

Consumers have the power to vote with their dollars. By purchasing Green Seal-certified products consumers can rest assured that they are making a truly green purchase that is better for their health and the health of the environment.


How a building is cleaned affects our health and the environment.

Green Seal strives to make the whole process greener, from the products and equipment used, to the procedures and training implemented. Hear from certified cleaning services how Green Seal certification lends credibility to their service and gives them a competitive advantage. 

How can a hotel increase bookings while reducing its footprint? The answer is simple: Green Seal certification.

In this video Green Seal sits down with Ed Begley Jr., actor, environmentalist and long-time Green Seal supporter,  to discuss the obligations and opportunities that exist for hotels today.  Green Seal also meets up with Michael Czarcinski, Managing Director of the Westin Bonaventure and Cindy Boulton, Area Managing Director of the Radisson LAX, both Green Seal-certified properties, to talk about their decision to pursue Green Seal certification and the environmental and economic savings their properties have seen to date.