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Green Cleaning Program Policy #3524.2

It is the policy of the Bethany Board of Education to implement a green cleaning program in which the Board procures and properly uses environmentally preferable cleaning products in school buildings and facilities. The Bethany Board of Education shall provide the school staff and the parents/guardians of each child enrolled in the school with a statement of the school district's green cleaning program. Please contact the District Office at (203) 393-1170 if you have any questions. Below is the required notice:

Product Type Name of Product Location of Application Application Schedule
Floor Cleaner High Performance Neutral Floor Cleaner Throughout school Daily
Surface Cleaner Orange Force Multi-Surface Cleaner Throughout school Daily
Bathroom Cleaner 63 Alkaline Bathroom Cleaner Throughout school Daily
Surface Cleaner Peroxide Multi-Surface Cleaner Throughout school Daily
Hand Soap Anti-Bacterial Hand Soap Throughout school Daily
Window Cleaner Earth Sense Glass & Window Cleaner #19 Throughout school Daily
Disinfectant Earth Sense Heavy Duty Detergent/Disinfectant #17 Throughout school Daily
Multi-Surface Cleaner Earth Sense Multi-Surface Cleaner with H2O Concentrate #18 Throughout school Daily
Multi-Surface Cleaner G Force H2O Multi-Surface Cleaner #72 Throughout school Daily
Carpet Cleaner G Force Fountainhead Dual Task Carpet Cleaner #15 Throughout school Daily

No parent, guardian, teacher or staff member may bring into the school facility any consumer product which is intended to clean, deodorize, sanitize or disinfect.

 

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Notification Concerning Asbestos Management Plan

The Bethany Board of Education, in compliance with federal law, has developed an asbestos management plan, concerning the presence or suspected presence of asbestos-type materials within district school buildings, and required inspections and preventive measures related thereto. In accordance with federal law, members of the public, including parents, teachers and other employees shall be permitted access to the asbestos management plan of the Bethany Board of Education.

Upon request, the district shall permit members of the public, including parents, teachers and other employees to inspect any asbestos management plan. The district shall grant access to such management plans within five (5) working days after receiving a request from a member of the public. Contact the Office of the Superintendent at (203) 393-1170 to request access to the Bethany Board of Education Asbestos Management Plan.

40 C.F.R. Section 763.93 - Revised September 8, 2016