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US' Clean Advocacy Summit to address policy issues in nonwovens sector

07 Feb '24
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INDA, the association of the nonwoven fabrics industry, in partnership with the ISSA – The Worldwide Cleaning Industry association, will host the 2024 Clean Advocacy Summit, from April 10-11, in Washington, DC. This advocacy and fly-in summit will offer participants the ‘inside scoop’ on the key public policy issues facing their business and industry, including labour and supply chain challenges, cleaning product regulations, promoting healthy workplaces, ending period poverty, and more.

“INDA is delighted to be partnering with ISSA to co-host the annual Clean Advocacy Summit,” said Wes Fisher, director of government affairs at INDA, “As an association representing the manufacturers of many cleaning products, such as wipes, and many other personal care products, we look forwarding to leveraging our partnership with ISSA to make this the most successful cleaning and nonwovens industry fly-in event to date.”

The summit will include networking opportunities and scheduled meetings with members of Congress and their staff to discuss key policies and legislation pertaining to the nonwovens industry. Attendees will have the chance to advocate for their businesses to support innovation, growth, and sustainability within the industry, while also highlighting their contributions to economic development and job creation, INDA said in a press release.

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