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Evolve Cleaning Product Receives Green Seal Certification


Nov. 6, 2014 — Most of the so-called "green cleaners" on the market still contain acidic ingredients or essential oils of plants that can still  stir allergic reactions or sensitivities in people. And, these cleaners also just spread around the dirt and dust with oil-based ingredients that don’t actually remove it entirely.

A solution to these problems come from Agaia, Inc., which makes Evolve, a  patented all-natural cleaning technology. Unique from traditional petroleum- based ingredients and chemical cleaners, Evolve is not a soap or detergent. It uses a scientific hydrogen-bonding technology that breaks down an area being cleaned molecule by molecule to dissolve dirt completely, leaving no dangerous residues behind on the surfaces  or in the environment.   

After rigorous testing for both performance and sustainability, the independent and widely accepted Green Seal organization recently awarded Evolve Laundry Complete 203L its first and only Green Seal certification for an industrial and institutional laundry detergent.

Additionally, four commercial Evolve-based Agaia products received Green Seal certifications: Evolve All Surface Cleaner, Evolve Glass & Window Cleaner, Evolve All Duty Industrial Cleaner, and Evolve Hard Water and Scale Remover.   

The Evolve scientific blend contains carcinogen-free and biodegradable extracts of corn, potato, palm, soy, coconut, and other all-natural ingredients that replace phosphates, chlorine, or petrochemicals typically found in traditional chemical cleaners.

It does all of this without the use of harsh ammonia and bleach. All Evolve products are from all-natural materials and are biodegradable, nontoxic, hypoallergenic, and phosphate-free. They also can be used without hot water, producing substantial energy saving for facilities.      

Launched in 2013, Evolve’s consumer cleaning products are available to commercial industry through distributors in the U.S. and worldwide. Find more information at www.agaiainc.com.


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