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New Website is Resource for Industrial Cleaning Industry

Manufacturing Cleaning Association’s website offers information about membership as well as educational resources.

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The newly formed Manufacturing Cleaning Association (MCA) launched its website, manufacturingcleaning.org, offering members and industry professionals information about manufacturing cleaning as well as its importance and benefits. By visiting MCA’s new site, visitors can learn more about the Association, its members, member benefits and industry-related events, including conferences and online communities. The website also provides a growing library of industry resources such as white papers and articles written by MCA members. Updated cleaning standards will soon be posted on the site as well.

Check out the new site now at manufacturingcleaning.org.

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Manufacturing Cleaning Association website offers a wealth of information including membership information and industry education materials.

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