Cleaning Chemistry Basics
Surface cleaning or degreasing is the removal of contamination, or unwanted material, from a surface. Cleaning may be necessary for successful part performance in subsequent operations or may simply be performed for aesthetic reasons. The information provided will help you to get a better understanding of what surface cleaning is all about.
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Written by the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production, the document summarizes the main health and environmental impacts related to conventional surface cleaning, describes a systems approach for designing and implementing healthier and environmentally friendlier cleaning strategies for the healthcare sector.