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November 21, 2014

Customer-Preferred Xcelenté™ Now Environmentally Friendly

Written by Spartan Chemical Company, Inc.
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XcelenteMaumee, OH. – November 17, 2014, 2014 — Spartan Chemical Company, Inc., a recognized leader in the formulation and manufacture of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market, announces that Xcelenté™ multi-surface cleaner is now Green Seal Certified.

Formulated with environmentally preferred ingredients and fragrances, Green Seal has validated that Xcelenté complies with the requirements of GS-37, the Green Seal Standard for industrial and institutional cleaners. Products obtaining this certification have reduced human and aquatic toxicity and reduced smog production potential. Xcelenté multi-purpose cleaner features a fresh, clean lavender fragrance and phosphate-free formula, which delivers a bright, shiny, streak free finish.

“Cleaning ‘green’ doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to compromise performance or preference,” says John Swigart, President, Spartan Chemical. “Xcelenté provides a great solution for our customers that want to use healthier, safer, sustainable solutions, but don’t want to forfeit the training and safety benefits or the pleasant scent that fragrance and dye provide.”

About Spartan Chemical Company
Spartan Chemical Company has been a recognized leader in the formulation and manufacture of sustainable cleaning and sanitation solutions for the industrial and institutional market since 1956. A proud US employer, Spartan manufactures high quality products from its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Maumee, OH and sells both domestically and internationally through a selective network of distribution. Spartan’s chemical products and services are used in building service contractor, education, health care, food service and processing, lodging/hospitality, and industrial markets.

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