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Bathroom and Spa Cleaners

Last Updated: 06/27/24 Click to see brand name products that meet these requirementsopens in new window
Bathroom and Spa Cleaners

Products that are designed to clean and/or prevent deposits on surfaces found in bathrooms and spas including, but not necessarily limited to, bath tubs and spas, shower stalls, toilet bowls, shower doors, shower curtains, bathroom walls, floors, doors, and counter and sink tops.

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To the maximum extent practicable, federal agencies are required to buy sustainable products, which are products that meet the purchasing program(s) listed below.

If there is more than one program listed below, agencies are directed to prioritize multi-attribute products, which meet statutory purchasing program requirements (asterisk) and one or more required Environmental Protection Agency purchasing programs.

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Guiding Principles
Contributes to meeting The Guiding Principles for Sustainable Federal Buildings
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Federal Programs

Products in this item may be designed to be applied to a specific type of surface or to multiple surface types. They are available both in concentrated and ready-to-use forms. BioPreferred maintains an electronic product catalogopens in new window listing products that either 1. are eligible for preferred federal procurement, or 2. have earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label.

The Safer Choice program covers a variety of bathroom-related cleaning products, including toilet bowl cleaners, tub/tile cleaners, countertop cleaners, and more.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the Design for the Environment (DfE)opens in new window logo to make it easier for people to find disinfectants that meet their high environmental and health standards. Products must be registered with EPA and meet federal disinfectant standards (FIFRA) to make disinfectant claims. Disinfectant products that carry the DfE logo contain ingredients that meet an additional high standard for both human and environmental health and help people protect their family, workplace, community, and environment.

Guiding Principles for Sustainable Federal Buildings

For products such as bathroom and spa cleaners, the applicable Guiding Principle for High Performance and Sustainable Buildings depends on what characteristics are included in the product.  If it has biobased content it would be GP 5, if it is low-emitting it would be GP 4, if it's both, it would be included in both. "Low emitting" would be any product that has a low emissions or low VOC standard.

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