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The Charter for Sustainable Cleaning

UKCPI provides expert and balanced information about cleaning and hygiene in the home and in the workplace.

Cleaning products are used every day, in every place, to deliver benefits to health and wellbeing.

The UK Cleaning Products Industry Association (UKCPI) is the leading association representing UK producers of washing powders and liquids, fabric conditioners, bar soaps, hand and machine dish wash, household disinfectants, air care and polishes and specialist cleaners for use in kitchens and bathrooms.

We also represent the interests of the institutional and industrial (I&I) cleaning sector whose cleaning and hygiene products are used in hospitals, schools, care homes and catering environments.

“Expert and balanced information about cleaning and hygiene.”

We work in partnership with policy makers, the public and the media, to inform public discussions about cleanliness, hygiene and sustainable cleaning.

Everyday millions of people use cleaning products to give them the clean and safe lifestyle that they expect and take for granted in the 21st century.

Contact us or call 01829 770055.

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Myth Busters

Did you know the facts behind this common myth?

Myth: People living in cleaner homes are more prone to allergies

Fact: The scientific evidence doesn’t support the idea that we need germs and infection to stay allergy-free or that over-use of cleaning products is a factor in the rise in allergies.