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WALDEN’S CONVENTION DAILY ISSA/INTERCLEAN® 2012 Student Winners of the “Going Enviral” Facebook Contest

The Great Neck (New York) Public School District, which is located in Nassau County, Long Island (about 30 minutes from New York City), has just released the names and photos of the student win- ners of the Going Enviral Greener School Video Challenge 2012 Facebook contest con- ducted by Enviro-So- lutions earlier this year. The contest, which

was open to school-age children throughout North America, was hosted on Enviro-So- lutions’ Facebook page and ran from March 2012 until July 15, 2012. The youngsters were

asked to submit a vid- eo on how they would make their school Greener and more sus- tainable.

The winning stu-

school for one class period. The video showcased the savings that

would result and how the school could still function well using only natural light. Joseph, Claudia, and Zachary will share the $500 prize money, and their school

lutions. “Many of the videos were really good, but their video stood out above the others.”

Adds Jim DeLello, an Enviro-Solu- tions distributor with Edmar (located in Woodside, New York) who works with the school district, “It’s great to see a group of tomorrow’s leaders embrace the Green ini- tiative and get the whole school involved as well.”

dents, who were 15 years old, won with a video titled “Period 4 Lights Out.” The winning students were Joseph Bichoupaw, Claudia Hakimian, and Zachary Han. “Period 4 Lights Out” documents how students convinced the school’s admin- istration to turn off all the lights in the

Joseph Bichoupaw, Claudia Hakimian, and Zachary Han, winners of the Going Enviral Facebook Contest with Brian Cossette, Regional Sales Manager/Director Of Training for Enviro-Solutions on the left.

will receive $500 worth of Green cleaning chemicals courtesy of Enviro-Solutions. “These kids are really proud of their accomplishment, and rightfully so,” says Brian J. Cossette, Regional Sales Man- ager/Director of Training for Enviro-So-

DeLello also mentions that the winning school was quite grateful to win the free Green cleaning chemicals. “Things are tight for schools all around the country. This gift of free cleaning chemicals will allow the school to purchase some other cleaning supplies that might have been on hold before the contest.”About Enviro- Solutions Enviro-Solutions is a leading manufac- turer of Proven Green, environmentally preferable cleaning products. An ISO- 9001 certified company, Enviro-Solutions was established in 1994 with very focused goals: To develop and market a superior line of environmentally preferable clean- ing products and solutions. Using ad- vanced technology, the company manu- factures products that offer proven safety, health, and environment benefits without sacrificing product performance and are competitively in price. All they have done and continue to do is manufacture only Proven Green cleaning products. n


Green Certified Floor Finish

ES 98 Green Certified Floor Finish, new from Enviro-Solutions, is one of the best Green-certified finishes on the market to- day. Proven Green by both EcoLogo™ and Green Seal®, ES 98 is durable and pro- duces a wet-look, high-gloss shine perfect for grocery stores, hospitals, schools, ho- tels, and more.

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The finish can be ultra-high-speed bur- nished or buffed. And it still shines when left as a scrub and recoat. Easy to apply and maintain, ES 98 is also United Laboratories (UL) approved for safety and slip resistance. n

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