BIO-ENCAP Green Encap Detergent
"Green Doesn't Have To Be Wimpy"
32:1 4-ounces per gallon
Releasit BIO-ENCAP is certifiably "green" with the EPA's DfE (Design for the Environment) certification.
Cleaning commercial carpet with Releasit products has always been an environmentally responsible approach to carpet care... No hazardous ingredients, minimal water consumption, no waste water produced, etc.
Releasit BIO-ENCAP takes environmentally sensitive cleaning a step further. A GIANT step further! BIO-ENCAP has received DfE certification. This means that each raw ingredient in BIO-ENCAP has been screened and evaluated to determine 1) it's impact on the environment, 2) its safety for the cleaning technician, 3) its safety for the building occupants, and 4) its overall effectiveness.
BIO-ENCAP will be especially useful when you are providing maintenance in a building with a "Green" certification program. Some encapsulation products on the market claim to be "Green". But check to see if they are actually DfE, Green Seal, or EcoLogo certified? Even if a product has certain "green" attributes, without any certification there's no way the product can be accepted in a facility that requires a certified "green" product.
BIO-ENCAP brings you classic Releasit performance, genuine crystallizing encapsulation, and "green" certification.
"Our objectives in developing BIO-ENCAP were threefold. First, make it effective. After all, what good is any green product if it doesn't clean well? Second, make sure that it truly encapsulates with a crystallizing polymer. In this case a new environmentally friendly bio-polymer was employed. And third, insure that the product is truly good for the environment. Well we're pleased to say that BIO-ENCAP has achieved what we set out to do" (Rick Gelinas - Releasit Founder)
COPIED FROM THE EPA's WEBSITE:
"When you see the DfE logo on a product it means that the DfE scientific review team has screened each ingredient for potential human health and environmental effects and that?based on currently available information, EPA predictive models, and expert judgment?the product contains only those ingredients that pose the least concern among chemicals in their class.
Product manufacturers who become DfE partners, and earn the right to display the DfE logo on recognized products, have invested heavily in research, development and reformulation to ensure that their ingredients and finished product line up on the green end of the health and environmental spectrum while maintaining or improving product performance." Click To Read More
The Design for the Environment logo indicates that the DfE review team has screened each ingredient in the product for potential human health and environmental effects and that, based on currently available information, predictive models, and expert judgment, the product contains only those ingredients that pose the least concern among chemicals in their class. The Design for the Environment (DfE) Program is one of EPA's premier partnership programs. DfE works with a broad range of stakeholders to reduce risks to people and the environment by preventing pollution. In the cleaning industry, the program partners with manufacturers to improve the human health and environmental profile of their products. DfE reviews all product ingredients, by functional group (surfactant, solvent, etc.), identifying their key health and environmental characteristics and building a continuum of improvement toward safer chemicals. DfE review is green-chemistry focus, recognizing those products whose ingredients fall on the green end of the continuum. In addition, DfE has teamed with the GreenBlue Institute to develop the CleanGredients database, which uses the DfE methodology and ?green screen? to identify safer chemicals for cleaning products (see www.CleanGredients.org). Recognition from the DfE Program can be used to identify cleaning products that have demonstrated an environmentally preferable profile.