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Safe and Superior Cleaning

TDG EcoSolutions is the industry benchmark for safe and superior cleaning products that present significant competitive advantages over alternative or conventional products. Our mission is to deliver effective, new and innovative, environmentally friendly, non toxic, non caustic and humanly safe cleaning products at a cost effective price.

Notably, TDG EcoSolutions product formulations well exceed major industry requirements for ‘compliance and approval’ with current and pending regulatory laws and mandates.


Environmental Protection Agency
EPA leads the nation’s environmental science, research, education and assessment efforts. The mission of the Environmental Protection
Agency is to protect human health and the environment. Since 1970, EPA has been working for a cleaner, healthier environment for the
American people.

Canada’s Environmental Choice
EcoLogo is North America’s most widely recognized and respected certification of environmental leadership, setting standards and
certifying products in more than 120 categories. There are currently more than 7,000 EcoLogo-certified products from hundreds of
manufacturers. For buyers, EcoLogo is a tool to find, understand, and trust genuinely”green” products. For marketers, EcoLogo is a
third-party endorsement, a sales tool, and a marketing program. By helping the buyers and sellers of genuinely green products find one another, EcoLogo rewards environmental leaders and helps shift the marketplace toward sustainability. Launched by the Canadian federal government in 1988, EcoLogo is North America’s oldest environmental standard and certification organization (and the second oldest in the
world). It is the only North American standard accredited by the Global Ecolabeling Network as meeting the international ISO 14024 standard for Type I (third-party certified, multi-attribute) environmental labels.

EcoLogo certification criteria documents (CCDs) are developed in an open, public and transparent process, with a broad base of stakeholder participation including user groups (e.g. procurement associations, institutional purchasers and consumer protection organizations), product producers (e.g. industry members and associations), government / regulators, general science-based representatives (e.g. academics, life
cycle experts and other scientists), environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs), and other environmental advocates. The criteria address multiple environmental attributes related to human health and environmental considerations throughout the life cycle of the product. Currently, there are 122 Certification Criteria Documents addressing over 250 product types.


The Carpet And Rug Institute
Seal of Approval The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) is the national trade association representing the carpet and rug industry. Headquartered in Dalton,
Georgia, the Institute’s membership consists of manufacturers representing over 90% of all carpet produced in the United States, and suppliers of raw materials and services to the industry. There is continued coordination with other segments of the industry, such as distributors, retailers, and installers. CRI is a source of extensive carpet information for consumers, writers, interior designers, specifiers, facility managers, architects, builders, and building owners and managers, installation contractors, and retailers.
Proper cleaning is critical to extending carpet’s life and appearance especially in high traffic areas. CRI’s Seal of Approval program sets test methods and performance criteria for two categories of cleaning products.


Kosher Certified
The Orthodox Union (the “OU”) is the world’s largest kosher certification agency, certifying over 275,000 products produced in
nearly 6,000 plants located in 68 countries around the world. This vast array includes consumer items, industrial ingredients, and food
services. Like the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, the logo, one of the world’s best-known trademarks, instills confidence in the
purchaser that the product has passed inspection and meets high quality standards. Many of the world’s most recognized brands, large and small, choose the for their kosher certification, including Avebe, BASF, Best Foods, Cerestar, Coca Cola, Cognis, Peter Cremer, Danisco, DSM, General Mills, Symrise (Haarmann & Reimer), Chr. Hansen, Hebei Welcome Pharmaceutical, H.J. Heinz, Kraft/Nabisco, M&M, McCormick & Co., NestlĂ©, Procter & Gamble, Pillsbury, Quest, Reynolds Aluminum, Rhodia, and thousands more.

The Kosher logo indicates that a product may be consumed by all those who observe kosher dietary laws, as well as by many others who have special dietary requirements, such as Moslems and Seventh Day Adventists. It also serves as a guide to millions of individuals who are vegetarian or lactose intolerant.


Green Seal Certified
Founded in 1989, Green Seal provides science-based environmental certification standards that are credible, transparent, and essential in an increasingly educated and competitive marketplace. Their industry knowledge and standards help manufacturers, purchasers, and end users alike make responsible choices that positively impact business behavior and improve quality of life. Green Seal provides science-based environmental
certification standards that are credible, transparent, and essential in an increasingly educated and competitive marketplace. Green Seal’s evaluations are based on stateof-the-art science and information using internationally recognized methods and procedures.

Green Seal’s standard-setting process is open, collaborative, and fair. They have many built-in checks that ensure they are unbiased, realistic, and that the products they certify reach high levels of performance and quality. Products only become Green Seal certified after rigorous testing and evaluation, including on-site plant visits. The Green “Seal of Approval” has come to stand for reliability, fairness, and integrity.