Evolve detergent receives green seal certification

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.— Agaia, Inc. , makers of Evolve, have announced that its industrial laundry detergent, Evolve Laundry Complete 203L, has been certified by Green Seal as the first detergent to meet its recently published GS-51 guidelines for laundry care products for industrial and institutional use.

Evolve is a natural cleaning technology formulated for retail and industrial use that breaks down soils, grease, grime and even severe odors, without chemical fumes. It is biodegradable, nontoxic and both carcinogen and VOC-free. It is made from sustainable, plant-based ingredients and and is free from synthetic additives.

“Many organizations rely on Green Seal certification to ensure that products they purchase are safer and more sustainable, and we are pleased to be part of that family. Evolve's patented, natural technology has demonstrated the ability to deliver real world efficacy traditionally seen only from synthetic detergents derived from petroleum.” said Mike Linn, Agaia ceo.

Founded in 1989 to safeguard the health of people and the planet, Green Seal is the nation's original independent nonprofit sustainability certifier. To receive certification, products and services must meet rigorous performance, health, and environmental criteria.

“Agaia has demonstrated their leadership by being the first detergent certified to this recent standard,” said Dr. Arthur Weissman, president and ceo of Green Seal.

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