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Cleaning is the process of removing unwanted substances, such as dirt, infectious agents, and other impurities, from an object or environment. Cleaning occurs in many different contexts, and uses many different methods. Several occupations are devoted to cleaning.

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Organizations relating to Cleaning

European Mixed Metal Solid Stabilizers Association
International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists / Est. 1959
International Sugar Organization / Est. 1968
International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology / Est. 1995
Breast European Adjuvant Study Team / Est. 1997
International Association for the Lung Surfactant System
Cosmetics Europe - The Personal Care Association / Est. 1962
International Technical Committee for Textile Care / Est. 1999
International Dry-Cleaning Research Committee
Nordic Perfume Dealers Council
Musée international de la parfumerie, Grasse / Est. 1989
European Tin Stabilizers Association
Asian Network on Medical and Aromatic Plants
Association internationale de chefs de service de propriété
International Council for Medicinal and Aromatic Plants / Est. 1993
Pan-Arab Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Laser
Association for International Promotion of Gums
European Adjuvant Association
Nordic Cosmetic Congress
Centre européen de recherches et de diffusion sur l'économie des plantes à parfum, aromatique et médicinal, Nyons
World Association of Seaweed Processors / Est. 1976
International Federation of Associations of Cleaning Products Manufacturers / Est. 1962
European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry / Est. 2003
European Federation of Perfumery Retailers / Est. 1960
Asian Society of Cosmetic Scientists

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World Problems relating to Cleaning

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Atlapetes leucopis
Threatened species of Atlapetes
Threatened species of Nymphalidae
Identity cleansing
Coral bleaching
Threatened species of Aepypodius bruijnii
Threatened species of Macropus irma
Threatened species of Petrogale penicillata
Threatened species of Atlapetes fuscoolivaceus
Threatened species of Atlapetes pallidiceps
Threatened species of Atlapetes rufigenis
Threatened species of Bettongia penicillata penicillata
Hydrocarbons as airborne pollutants
Threatened species of Phascogale tapoatafa tapoatafa
Threatened species of Atlapetes flaviceps
Threatened species of Sylvilagus mansuetus
Forest cleansing
Shortage of public cleaning
Sanitizing of governmental information
Environmental hazards of the dry cleaning industry
Political purges
Insufficient scheduled cleanups
Threatened species of Pyrgulopsis bacchus
Threatened species of Nesillas mariae
Undeveloped laundry facilities

Action Strategies relating to Cleaning

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Clearing unsightly debris
Funding cleaner technology research
Achieving cleaner production
Expanding international information on cleaner production
Cleaning up dog excrement from pavements
Setting guidelines for cost/benefit assessment of cleaner production
Cleaning up pollution
Restoring beaches
Building public laundry facilities
Cleaning up abandoned military sites
Supporting industry in building cleaner production into product design
Exchanging research in commercial laundering
Building public cleaning facilities
Providing clean air
Expanding international education and training programmes for cleaner production
Researching corporate social responsibility
Cooperating with industry in identifying and cleaning-up hazardous waste disposal sites
Expanding public information on cleaner production
Cooperating with industry on guidelines of conduct for cleaner production
Including cleaner production guidelines in industry training programmes
Increasing cooperation among enterprises on cleaner production technology
Providing adequate laundry space
Furnishing adequate cleaning facilities
Creating private washing area
Cleaning up marine pollution

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