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2012 Press Releases

The Woods Hole Inn Implements Greening the Cleaning

Woods Hole, MA July 2012 – The Woods Hole Inn announced it’s continued efforts to “go green” for health and wellness.  The newly renovated facility at 28 Water Street recently began using Greening The Cleaning® products from The Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center® at Hackensack University Medical Center. Read more


Deirdre Imus Shows Green Living With Bergen Community College's Women's Institute 

Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute (BCCWI) in Paramus, NJ, recently hosted a conference “What’s Green Got to Do With It?” with Deirdre Imus of New York City, a national leader in the field of children’s health and environmental issues. Mrs. Imus spoke on the health benefits of green living and autographed copies of her New York Times bestselling books. Read more

Corporate Diversity Solutions Announces Partnership To Distribute Greening The Cleaning Products

Corporate Diversity Solutions,  (CDS) a WBENC certified Tier One diversity standard bearer in one-stop” office and business product and service delivery announced today that it has signed a Partnership agreement with the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) to distribute the award winning Greening The Cleaning® products from the Deirdre Imus Environmental Health Center®.
“This is a critically important step on multiple levels for CDS “   said Stacey Scarpa CDS President and member of the Bergen County Chapter of the Woman’s President Organization (WPO)   “in that it provides a full loop process that directly provides and benefits Children’s health research while incorporating three critical components of today’s business objectives.  Read more

EPA and HackensackUMC Team Up To Increase Green Practices

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Hackensack University Medical Center have entered into an agreement to enhance environmental practices at the hospital. The medical center has pledged to reduce its use of plastics, reduce and recycle solid waste, complete the final phase of its green roof, use non-toxic cleaning products, conserve energy and water, and reduce air pollution from its vehicles. The Hackensack University Medical Center is the first hospital in Bergen County to sign such an agreement with the EPA.  Read more


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