ATLANTA—Ecolab has partnered with The Home Depot to launch a new consumer retail product line, Ecolab Scientific Clean, that offers cleaning solutions for commercial, industrial and residential use. The line is available exclusively at The Home Depot.
The new line of Ecolab Scientific Clean products spans across four categories: degreasers, pressure washer concentrates, floor care and bathroom cleaners. The products are available in stores and online now.
"Every day, in countries all over the world, restaurants, hospitals and hotels put their trust in Ecolab products to keep their kitchens, operating rooms and guest rooms clean," said Darrell Brown, president and chief operating officer at Ecolab. "For the very first time, our new Ecolab Scientific Clean products will bring 100 years of expertise and innovation to Home Depot customers."
This exclusive home improvement partnership with The Home Depot marks the first of its kind in Ecolab's 100-year history.
“We are excited to welcome Ecolab, one of the most well-known and trusted brands in delivering high-quality sanitation products and services in the industry, to The Home Depot and are proud to offer the latest in cleaning technology to both our Pro and DIY customers,” said Jeff Kinnaird, executive vice president of merchandising, Home Depot. “Having Ecolab Scientific Clean on our shelves not only provides our pro customers the tools to deliver a professional clean, but it allows our DIY customers to bring that cleaning power into their homes, as well."
Ecolab food safety expert Mandy Sedlak and Richard Sterling, director of food safety for Circle K, joined NACS for a free webinar, where they discussed food safety implications in an era where c-stores are transforming to meet consumers changing needs.
NACS has several food-safety resources for foodservice providers. Find them on the Food Safety topics page. NACS also offers free webinar on how to build a strong and effective food safety and cleanliness culture.
The inaugural NACS Food Safety Conference took place at the 2022 NACS Show and explored ways to drive change and manage risk in c-store foodservice programs. Read more about the event in the NACS Magazine article “What's Your Food Safety Culture?” in this month’s issue.