Degreasers – Antola Casa Detersivi http://antolacasadetersivi.com/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 07:30:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default1.png Degreasers – Antola Casa Detersivi http://antolacasadetersivi.com/ 32 32 Engine Degreaser Market 2022 Major Upcoming Trends | 3M, ABRO Industries, AIM Chemicals, BG Products – The C-Drone Review https://antolacasadetersivi.com/engine-degreaser-market-2022-major-upcoming-trends-3m-abro-industries-aim-chemicals-bg-products-the-c-drone-review/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 03:54:36 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/engine-degreaser-market-2022-major-upcoming-trends-3m-abro-industries-aim-chemicals-bg-products-the-c-drone-review/ Verified Market Research provides key insights into the global engine degreaser market. In terms of revenue, the global engine degreaser market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.4% during the forecast period owing to numerous factors, Verified Market Reports provides detailed information and forecast in the report on the global engine degreaser market. […]]]>

Verified Market Research provides key insights into the global engine degreaser market. In terms of revenue, the global engine degreaser market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.4% during the forecast period owing to numerous factors, Verified Market Reports provides detailed information and forecast in the report on the global engine degreaser market.

The global engine degreaser market, the expansion of the housing sector, including the increase in the use of engine degreasers in various applications such as kitchen and bathroom countertops, floors, bathroom, shower enclosures, furniture, has resulted in a significant growth in the use of engine degreasers. Rising demand and usage of engine degreasers in residential building construction is expected to be the major driver of the global engine degreasers market. Growing demand for kitchen or bathroom countertops and flooring is also driving the engine degreaser market.

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• Distribution of the product
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Key Players in the Engine Degreaser Market are:

  • 3M
  • ABRO Industries
  • AIM Chemicals
  • BG products
  • WD-40
  • amaze
  • Dirt
  • oil eater
  • CRC
  • Auto area
  • Nowchem
  • Dynatex
  • Shenzhen AVT Paints
  • Chemfax
  • Putolin
  • FALCHEM

Market Segmentation of the Engine Degreasers Market:

Engine Degreasers market is split by Type and by Application. For the period 2021-2028, Intersegment Growth provides accurate calculations and forecasts of sales by Type and Application in terms of volume and value. This analysis can help you grow your business by targeting qualified niche markets.

Global Engine Degreasers Market Segment By Type:

  • Foam degreasers
  • Aerosol degreasers

Global Engine Degreasers Market Segment By Application:

  • Particular Cars
  • Commercial vehicles

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Division 1 : This section provides an overview of the global market, including a general market introduction and market analysis by type, region, and application. North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa are the major geographical regions of the global market industry. This section provides industry statistics and forecasts for the Engine Degreaser market from 2022 to 2028. Market dynamics explains the potential, key forces, and risks in the workplace market.

Division 2 : Market manufacturer profile in this area is categorized by company overview, product type, and application. Each company is detailed in this study in its sales volume, product prices in the market, gross margin analysis and market share.

Division 3 And item 4: According to the sales, profitability and market share of each manufacturer, these sections describe the competitiveness of the market. Additionally, he will discuss industry scenarios based on local conditions.

Section 5 And section 6: These sections provide forecast data for the Engine Degreaser market (2022-2028) by region. The study presents the development trends along with the sales channels, including traders, distributors, and direct and indirect marketing.

Section 7 And section 8: These articles discuss important industry research findings and conclusions, analytical methods and data sources.

Years considered in this report:

Historical year: 2017-2021
Reference year: 2021
Estimated year: 2022
Forecast period: 2022-2029

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JEFFERSON PARISH WILL HOST A HOME HAZARDOUS MATERIAL COLLECTION EVENT ON SATURDAY NOV. 19, 2022 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/jefferson-parish-will-host-a-home-hazardous-material-collection-event-on-saturday-nov-19-2022/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 15:38:54 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/jefferson-parish-will-host-a-home-hazardous-material-collection-event-on-saturday-nov-19-2022/ PRESS RELEASE JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA November 8, 2022FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JEFFERSON PARISH TO WELCOME DANGEROUS HOUSEHOLDSMATERIAL COLLECTION EVENT ON SATURDAY NOV. 19, 2022 Waste generated by a business or commercial establishment will not be accepted JEFFERSON, THE – On Saturday November 19, 2022, the Department of Environmental Affairs; an affiliate of Keep American Beautiful partners […]]]>

PRESS RELEASE

JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA

November 8, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

JEFFERSON PARISH TO WELCOME DANGEROUS HOUSEHOLDS
MATERIAL COLLECTION EVENT ON SATURDAY NOV. 19, 2022

Waste generated by a business or commercial establishment will not be accepted

JEFFERSON, THEOn Saturday November 19, 2022, the Department of Environmental Affairs; an affiliate of Keep American Beautiful partners with the LASER Division of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, OMI Environmental Solutions, and the Department of General Services, to collect Hazardous Household Materials (HHM) from residents of the parish of Jefferson. HHM collection will take place in the Second Parish Court parking lot, (100 Huey P Long Ave., Gretna, LA 70053) between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.

As a state and national affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, this event is part of the parish’s ongoing participation in America Recycles Day. Jefferson Parish is one of more than 600 affiliates participating in this national event that promotes recycling awareness, engagement and action.

Household Hazardous Materials (HMD) are leftover household products that contain corrosive, toxic, flammable or reactive ingredients. Products such as paints, common household cleaners, oils, batteries, and pesticides that contain potentially harmful ingredients require special care when disposing of them.

Improper disposal of HHMs can include dumping the waste into sewers, onto the ground, down storm drains, or in some cases throwing it in the trash. The dangers of these disposal methods may not be immediately obvious, but improper disposal pollutes the environment and can pose a threat to human health.

ACCEPTED MATERIALS:

  • Equipment containing mercury: Thermostats, thermometers, elemental mercury
  • To paint: Latex sealers, oil paint, varnish, wood preservatives in original containers
  • Lawn and garden products: Pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers, insect repellents
  • Household cleaning products: Cleaning solvents, corrosive cleaners, oven cleaners, drain cleaners, disinfectants, degreasers
  • Household chemicals: Chemicals for swimming pools, photochemicals
  • Lighting components: Ballasts, fluorescent and neon bulbs and tubes
  • Ammunition for small arms, pyrotechnics and security equipment: Rifle and pistol cartridges, shotgun cartridges, fireworks, flares, fire extinguishers
  • Electronic waste: Computers, LCD monitors, printers, radios, camcorders, VCRs, CD players, DVD players, MP3 players, telephones, stereos, Xbox, PlayStation and Wii game systems, digital cameras and digital video cameras, digital photo frames, navigation portable and GPS devices (Garmin, Magellan, Tom-Tom), fax machines, circuit boards (of any type), processors, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), toner cartridges, inkjet cartridges, televisions, CRT monitors, photocopiers non-commercial, printers, power tools

MATERIALS NOT ACCEPTED:

  • Non-residential waste of any kind
  • Medical waste or medicines of any kind
  • Propane tanks
  • Explosives (hand grenades, dynamite, etc.)
  • Styrofoam, including packing peanuts
  • School laboratory waste
  • Paper, cardboard, aluminum cans, plastics (to be placed in your curbside recycling bin)
  • Automotive waste: Motor oil, oil filters, antifreeze, gasoline, automotive fluids and car batteries can be recycled at the following parish drop-off sites throughout the year:
    • Metairie – 400 David Dr., between Airline Dr. and West Metairie Ave.
    • Marrero – 6440 Lapalco Blvd., entrance is on Betty Blvd.

For more information, contact the Department of Environmental Affairs at 504-731-4612.

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Military bases disproportionately poison communities of color https://antolacasadetersivi.com/military-bases-disproportionately-poison-communities-of-color/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 10:34:27 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/military-bases-disproportionately-poison-communities-of-color/ Over the past hundred years, the US military has recklessly used and disposed of toxic chemicals in and around its bases. Countless soldiers stationed in contaminated facilities, often accompanied by their families, have been unwittingly exposed to hazardous substances known to cause debilitating and life-threatening illnesses. North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune infamously illustrates the extent to […]]]>

Over the past hundred years, the US military has recklessly used and disposed of toxic chemicals in and around its bases. Countless soldiers stationed in contaminated facilities, often accompanied by their families, have been unwittingly exposed to hazardous substances known to cause debilitating and life-threatening illnesses.

North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune infamously illustrates the extent to which toxic contamination has gone unaddressed, affecting unsuspecting service members and their loved ones for more than three decades. Although the base’s problems have been acknowledged by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), many of those affected by the Camp Lejeune contamination have been repeatedly denied disability benefits.

The American armys Longstanding problems with toxic contamination

From 1953 to 1987, Camp Lejeune housed nearly one million soldiers and their families. For more than 30 years, they have been exposed to a multitude of volatile organic compounds from oil, degreasers, solvents, radioactive waste and industrial chemicals used and disposed of on or near the base, at concentrations 240 to 3,400 times greater than the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Safe Limits.

Some of the most dangerous chemicals affecting the Camp Lejeune grounds include notorious carcinogens like trichlorethylene (TCE), perchlorethylene (PCE), benzene, vinyl chloride, and per/polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Prolonged exposure to these toxins leads to their bioaccumulation, which can gradually trigger irreversible conditions and adverse effects, ranging from several types of cancer to sclerosis, organ damage, reproductive disorders, congenital problems and miscarriages. .

Camp Lejeune is just one of the more 700 military bases in the United States where significant toxic contamination was identified. The military’s reliance on aqueous film-forming foam in firefighting training scenarios and for extinguishing difficult fuel fires since the 1970s has enabled PFAS compounds proliferate on its facilities. Florida, for example, is home to 22 such sites, including Patrick Space Force Base, where PFAS readings peaked at 4,338,000 parts per trillion (ppt), nearly 62,000 times higher than the EPA.s old health advice standard of 70 ppt. Other contaminated bases include Naval Air Station Jacksonville (1,397,120 ppt), Tyndall Air Force Base (902,460 ppt), Eglin Air Force Base (552,300 ppt), and MacDill Air Force Base (523,710 ppt).

From 2011 to 2019, over 84,000 Camp Lejeune disability claims were filed in the United States, with an overall rejection rate of 80% (over 67,000 claims). A recent VA Inspector General report also notes that 37% of Camp Lejeune disability claims filed from 2017 to 2021 were denied by the department, totaling $13.8 million in unpaid benefits. The challenges faced by veterans are certainly regrettable, but unfortunately they are not new to many communities of color who must deal daily with the insidious effects of pollution.

However, Camp Lejeune is not a singular case – contaminated military bases across the United States represent a real concern for communities of color. In addition to veterans, vulnerable and marginalized communities are also disproportionately affected by toxic pollution, with 44.9% of neighborhoods within 1.8 miles of highly contaminated areas being predominantly communities of color.

Marginalized communities face higher environmental risks

In the 20th century, discriminatory zoning policies underestimated land in neighborhoods where marginalized communities lived. As a result, these areas have become a magnet for industrial facilities, military installations, landfills, ports, traffic lanes and other sources of pollution that have negatively impacted the health of residents. This insidious practice is part of the phenomenon known as “environmental racism”.

With the EPAs most recent review with ongoing cleanup efforts still uncovering traces of toxins at Camp Lejeune, the possibility of toxic runoff from the base remains a real concern for the surrounding community, of which more than a third are people of color and 18% are of the Latinx. After Hurricane Florence battered the base for three days in 2018, a sewage spill spread 84,000 gallons of wastewater from Camp Lejeune to nearby areas. At least Three other similar events have since occurred.

The fight against environmental racism and its perverse and lasting effects has been the subject of increasing political action in recent years. While criminal convictions such as those of the Tonawanda Coke Corporation case ($24.7 million in fines) prosecuted under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act seek to permanently deter industrial polluters, marginalized communities vulnerable to events like the Flint Water Crisis often lack the financial and legal resources to deal with interest groups and influential individuals who prefer to maintain the status quo and protect their bottom line.

Since President Biden took office in 2021, his administration has taken some first steps toward addressing America’s lingering toxic problems. The Honoring our PACT lawsigned in August 2022, provides veterans and their loved ones affected by hazardous substances easier access to disability benefits through the VA, and the Justice40 federal program intends to direct 40% of future environmental investments to vulnerable communities of color who are struggling with historic contamination.

With the adoption of the National Defense Authorization Acttoxic aqueous film-forming foam will be phased out of all U.S. military installations by October 2024, and its use will be banned in training scenarios, while other proposals such as the Clean Water for Military Families Act and Filthy Fifty Act aim to push for more urgent and comprehensive cleanup and repair efforts at severely PFAS-contaminated bases across the country.

Most encouraging of all, the EPA has recently updated its health advisory recommendation for prevalent PFAS contaminants from an old standard of 70 ppt to a considerably lower limit of 0.004 to 0.02 ppt. Although not enforceable, this change represents the first major step the EPA is taking to establish workable levels for PFAS compounds, which it hopes to finalize by 2023. Stricter regulations and standards will allow States to effectively address contamination quickly when detected, and enable disenfranchised frontline communities to seek justice against irresponsible polluters.

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2Pure Announces New Distribution Agreement with milKit – Company https://antolacasadetersivi.com/2pure-announces-new-distribution-agreement-with-milkit-company/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 10:25:29 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/2pure-announces-new-distribution-agreement-with-milkit-company/ 2Pure has announced a new distribution agreement with milKit, effective immediately. milKit’s patented tubeless valve system is quick and easy to use with no mess or air loss even without the valve core, while its tubeless booster is the “lightest, most portable tubeless inflator and the most versatile on the market”. 2Pure will also offer […]]]>

2Pure has announced a new distribution agreement with milKit, effective immediately.

milKit’s patented tubeless valve system is quick and easy to use with no mess or air loss even without the valve core, while its tubeless booster is the “lightest, most portable tubeless inflator and the most versatile on the market”. 2Pure will also offer a range of conversion kits, rim tape and accessories

Tony Barton, 2Pure Cycle Channel Manager, said: “Our cycle team is looking forward to growing milKit within our existing dealer network and will be looking to build new relationships in the future, milKit provides a great solution with its anti-clogging valves and its tire sealant which remains homogeneous in the tire and does not dry out.

“The big advantage is that the sealant can be filled through the valve while the tire is inflated.”

The milKit system was designed in Switzerland after an ATV ride in Moab, USA was cut short due to a flat tire and dried out sealant. The founder, product development engineer and mountain biker Pius Kobler, decided to solve the problem and invented the milKit.

Kobler, Founder and CEO of milKit, said: “The UK, with its high tubeless conversion rate, is a priority market for milKit. We are very happy to start working with 2Pure, a strong partner in bringing clean and easy tubeless solutions to the region.

Read more: Raleigh launches a limited-edition 1980s-inspired Tuff Burner

Those interested in stocking milKit should contact 2Pure where full details will be listed on their B2B or contact the 2Pure sales team at the contact details given below:
www.2pure.co.uk
trade@2pure.co.uk
0131 449 4147

2Pure last month announced a new distribution deal with Kingud, the Welsh eco-friendly bike cleaning brand joining 2Pure’s list of brands with its range of eco-friendly products, underpinned by a refill and reuse philosophy. The dispenser will stock a full range of cleaners, degreasers and lubricants for all consumer uses.

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Ex-British soldiers could receive six-figure payouts due to ‘poisoned water’ fears at US base | World | New https://antolacasadetersivi.com/ex-british-soldiers-could-receive-six-figure-payouts-due-to-poisoned-water-fears-at-us-base-world-new/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 19:30:00 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/ex-british-soldiers-could-receive-six-figure-payouts-due-to-poisoned-water-fears-at-us-base-world-new/ Ex-British soldiers could receive six-figure payouts due to fears of ‘poisoned water’ at US base (Image: GETTY) Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, remains an important training base for Royal Marines, Gurkhas and infantrymen. But between 1953 and 1987, it held a dark secret: the systematic contamination of its water supplies which contained toxins 240 to 3,400 […]]]>

Ex-British soldiers could receive six-figure payouts due to fears of ‘poisoned water’ at US base (Image: GETTY)

Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, remains an important training base for Royal Marines, Gurkhas and infantrymen. But between 1953 and 1987, it held a dark secret: the systematic contamination of its water supplies which contained toxins 240 to 3,400 times the levels permitted by safety standards.

Royal Marines and British soldiers who served there, or who went there for extended training exercises, may have contracted a range of serious illnesses later in life.

These range from leukemia, aplastic anemia and other myelodysplastic syndromes to bladder, kidney, liver and lung cancers as well as non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas and even Parkinson’s disease.

The contamination is believed to have affected water at two of eight water treatment plants, where more than 70 chemicals and toxins have been identified, suggesting a range of factors at play.

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Northern California

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Northern California (Picture: Wikipedia)

These include the presence of volatile organic compounds such as perchlorethylene, a dry-cleaning solvent – believed to come from a nearby but off-base dry cleaner – to on-base units using products chemicals such as degreasers to clean military equipment, and underground fuel leaks. storage tanks.

Also found were benzene, believed to have come from an 800,000 gallon leak from the base’s fuel farm, and strontium-90, an isotope known to cause leukemia and other cancers that entered the supply. water from a radioactive dump site near the camp’s firing range.

Basically, base commanders were initially made aware of the concerns in the 1970s, but failed to act on them and even refused to pass on the contents of independent testing to national water authorities.

A 1981 document admitting the base was aware of benzene in its water supplies was later discovered by retired USMC Master Sergeant Jerry Ensminger, who had served half his career 24 at the base and including nine-year-old daughter Janey. died of cancer in 1985.

In August of this year, US President Joe Biden, responding to mounting pressure from more than a million potential US plaintiffs, signed the Camp LeJeune Justice Act of 2022, allowing military veterans to file civil lawsuits against the US government for damage caused by at least thirty days. exposure (including in utero exposure) at Camp LeJeune between August 1, 1953 and December 31, 1987.

Such is the close bond between the British and American armed forces that over 750 British servicemen and civilians are permanently based in the United States at any one time.

Camp LeJeune is no exception and has at least one senior Royal Marine officer on permanent assignment.

The camp hosts an annual intramural rifle and pistol competition in which the Royal Marines regularly participate and drills.

These are sometimes with junior officers from both Marine Corps, or may be larger exercises either on the base itself. At other times, the base is used as a landing pad before forces are deployed elsewhere.

Speaking last night, General Julian Thompson, who commanded 3 Commando Brigade during the Falklands War, said: ‘The Royal Marines have used Camp LeJeune since the Korean War. I went there myself.”

Last night British lawyers said they expected hundreds, if not thousands, of British veterans and their families to come forward.

“The criteria is that a veteran has spent at least 30 days at Camp LeJeune during that period but, interestingly, it doesn’t have to be consecutive,” said Simon Ellis, partner of Hugh James Solicitors, who received awards. award for its representation of military veterans in a variety of fields.

“There is now a two-year window during which those affected can file complaints.

“While many have come forward in the US, the issue is fairly unknown here in the UK, and we are already taking steps to speak to the Ministry of Defense – which is not a party to his case – and the military charities.”

He added: ‘The concern now is the range of conditions such exposure should have caused. It’s very Erin Brockovich-esque, in that we’re talking about birth defects and the onset of serious illnesses, from kidney cancer to leukemia, bladder cancer and even Parkinson’s disease, caused by contaminated drinking water.

“The problem is that the time spent on a US base more than 30 years ago might not be at the forefront of a veteran’s mind if diagnosed with a serious illness later in life, although that there may well be a connection.”

He said the U.S. court system allows for very high punitive and compensatory damages, and it’s possible the U.S. government will try to settle the case before it goes to court.

“Damages will be determined in the United States, and I suspect we’re looking at six-figure payouts for the most severely affected,” he said.

“These are life-shortening illnesses and we anticipate that unfortunately a number of our clients will be represented by their estates as they have already passed away.”

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WD-40 (NASDAQ:WDFC) Releases Fiscal 2023 Earnings Guidance https://antolacasadetersivi.com/wd-40-nasdaqwdfc-releases-fiscal-2023-earnings-guidance/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 12:23:43 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/wd-40-nasdaqwdfc-releases-fiscal-2023-earnings-guidance/ WD-40 (NASDAQ:WDFC – Get Rating) updated its earnings guidance for fiscal 2023 on Thursday. The company provided earnings guidance of $5.09 to $5.24 per share for the period, versus the consensus estimate of earnings per share of $5.73. The company released a revenue forecast of $545.00 million to $570.00 million, compared to the consensus revenue […]]]>

WD-40 (NASDAQ:WDFC – Get Rating) updated its earnings guidance for fiscal 2023 on Thursday. The company provided earnings guidance of $5.09 to $5.24 per share for the period, versus the consensus estimate of earnings per share of $5.73. The company released a revenue forecast of $545.00 million to $570.00 million, compared to the consensus revenue estimate of $546.75 million.

Wall Street analysts predict growth

Several research analysts have recently published reports on the company. TheStreet upgraded WD-40 from a b- to a c+ rating in a Friday, July 8 research note. StockNews.com began covering WD-40 in a research report on Wednesday, October 12. They set a holding rating for the company. BWS Financial began covering WD-40 in a research report on Thursday, July 14. They set a sell rating and price target of $88.00 for the business. Finally, DA Davidson raised its price target on WD-40 from $205.00 to $207.00 and gave the company a Buy rating in a Thursday, October 20 research report.

WD-40 stock up 1.6%

Shares of WDFC opened at $158.16 on Thursday. The stock has a market capitalization of $2.16 billion, a P/E ratio of 32.28 and a beta of -0.18. WD-40 has a 12-month low of $145.16 and a 12-month high of $255.31. The stock has a 50-day moving average of $182.35 and a 200-day moving average of $184.90. The company has a current ratio of 2.25, a quick ratio of 1.31 and a debt ratio of 0.57.

WD-40 (NASDAQ:WDFC – Get Rating) last released quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, October 19. The specialty chemicals company reported EPS of $1.08 for the quarter, missing analyst consensus estimates of $1.22 per ($0.14). The company posted revenue of $130.40 million in the quarter, compared to $131.10 million expected by analysts. WD-40 had a net margin of 12.98% and a return on equity of 34.48%. The company’s quarterly revenue increased by 13.2% compared to the same quarter last year. In the same quarter last year, the company earned earnings per share of $0.61. As a group, sell-side analysts expect WD-40 to post an EPS of 5.24 for the current year.

WD-40 Announces Dividend

The company also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Monday, October 31. Shareholders of record on Friday, October 21 will receive a dividend of $0.78. This represents a dividend of $3.12 on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 1.97%. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, October 20. The dividend payout ratio (DPR) of WD-40 is currently 63.67%.

Insider activity

In other news, Director Geoffrey Holdsworth sold 2,652 shares of WD-40 in a trade that took place on Monday, October 24. The stock was sold at an average price of $152.12, for a total value of $403,422.24. Following the sale, the director now directly owns 6,061 shares of the company, valued at $921,999.32. The sale was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, accessible via this hyperlink. In other news, Director Geoffrey Holdsworth sold 2,652 shares of WD-40 in a trade that took place on Monday, October 24. The stock was sold at an average price of $152.12, for a total value of $403,422.24. Following the sale, the director now directly owns 6,061 shares of the company, valued at $921,999.32. The sale was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, accessible via this hyperlink. Additionally, manager Eric Etchart purchased 500 shares in a trade dated Thursday, August 4. The shares were purchased at an average cost of $177.60 per share, for a total transaction of $88,800.00. Following the completion of the purchase, the director now directly owns 5,692 shares of the company, valued at $1,010,899.20. Disclosure of this purchase can be found here. Insiders of the company own 1.33% of the shares of the company.

Institutional trade of WD-40

Institutional investors have recently changed their positions in the company. Quantbot Technologies LP acquired a new position in WD-40 during the second quarter worth $44,000. Point72 Hong Kong Ltd acquired a new position in WD-40 during the second quarter worth $107,000. Centiva Capital LP increased its stake in WD-40 by 47.8% during the second quarter. Centiva Capital LP now owns 1,871 shares of the specialty chemicals company worth $377,000 after buying 605 additional shares in the last quarter. Baird Financial Group Inc. increased its stake in WD-40 by 3.2% during the first quarter. Baird Financial Group Inc. now owns 2,075 shares of the specialty chemicals company worth $380,000 after buying 65 more shares in the last quarter. Finally, US Bancorp DE increased its stake in WD-40 by 3.2% during the first quarter. US Bancorp DE now owns 2,249 shares of the specialty chemicals company worth $412,000 after buying 69 more shares in the last quarter. 93.52% of the shares are held by institutional investors and hedge funds.

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WD-40 Company develops and sells janitorial, home care and cleaning products in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific. The company provides multi-purpose cleaning products that include aerosol, non-aerosol trigger spray and bulk liquid products under the WD-40 Multi-Use brand; and specialty maintenance products, such as penetrants, degreasers, corrosion inhibitors, greases, lubricants and rust removers under the WD-40 Specialist brand, as well as various products under the WD-40 Bike brand.

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Are you ready for the coming rain? Seattle Roof Cleaning is! https://antolacasadetersivi.com/are-you-ready-for-the-coming-rain-seattle-roof-cleaning-is/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 19:13:10 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/are-you-ready-for-the-coming-rain-seattle-roof-cleaning-is/ SPONSORED: Are you ready for the coming rain? Seattle Roof Cleaning is! Although we have set records for the heat and dryness of this fall 2022, this prepares us for fall to come in a sudden and strong way. Seattle Roof Cleaning is ready to help you keep your gutters working and your roof ready […]]]>

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Are you ready for the coming rain? Seattle Roof Cleaning is!

Although we have set records for the heat and dryness of this fall 2022, this prepares us for fall to come in a sudden and strong way.

Seattle Roof Cleaning is ready to help you keep your gutters working and your roof ready for the test of the rainy days ahead. A long spell of precipitation is what’s expected, starting this Friday, October 21, 2022, when, weather forecasters say, a large wet weather system heads into the Puget Sound area, bringing much-needed rain.

Keith Beers

While a welcome change to parched lawns and plants, the first gale of fall should take us all by surprise, and according to Keith Beers, president of Seattle Roof Cleaning:

“Functionally, the first heavy rains are the ones that cause the most gutter overflows and water intrusion.” Since most people only clean their roof once a year, that means you could have, as Beers puts it, “10 months of dirt and small debris settling in the downspouts, ready to go.” cause a lot of problems.”

Beers and his team have been busy unpacking umbrellas, raincoats and boots, and putting them in the truck alongside sandals, sunglasses and sunscreen – “How Washington is?” Laughs Beers.

After a few years of struggling to find technicians who meet its standards of reliability and attention to detail, Beers is now in the enviable position of being fully staffed and ready to serve a diverse clientele from throughout the greater Seattle area, and for its commercial customers which includes most of western Washington.

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However, working right here in South King County is what the team loves the most. Here’s why, according to the amiable entrepreneur:

“I planted roots in South King County – Gregory Heights in 2006, over 16 years ago. I’m not just an anonymous business owner; I’m your neighbor. I’m raising my family here , I coach soccer, I stand in line with you at the grocery store, I do tricks or treats at your house. I like to hike and play on the beaches down the street. When you need help, it’s really nice to be able to get to your place quickly instead of wasting time in traffic jams.

“We use 100% organic moss and algae control, citrus degreasers and other green products. I used a hydrogen peroxide product which is organic, very effective and safe for salmon. We intend to clean Seattle’s rooftops over the next 20 years or more, and we want to do our best to leave as small a footprint as possible on this precious environment.

“If you are looking for housekeeping services, I humbly ask that you buy local and support our small family business.

“I also lament the property and drug crime issues our city has faced, and I’m still recovering greatly from the economic downturns we’ve all faced due to Covid over the past few years, in addition to having my truck, pressure washer trailer and all my tools stolen from my driveway in August 2019.

“I firmly believe that hard work and dedication is the cornerstone of a successful future, despite the challenges we have faced. I’m lucky to have a great team, and we have 3 trucks and vans in the field, ready to tackle the jobs that need to be done.

“With mortgage interest rates higher than they have been in 20 years and values ​​still very high, homeowners are staying where they are. Maintaining homes and commercial properties is more important than ever as we navigate the tough real estate market.

“Roof and gutter cleaning – moss, algae and mold removal, siding cleaning and pressure washing are some of our most popular services,” he added. . “My customer service philosophy is simple: I try to put myself in the customer’s shoes and suggest ways to get the job done that can save money and simplify the process.”

If your busy summer and fall didn’t include cleaning and maintaining your roof and downspouts, you may be faced with a cascade of overflowing gutters as we pivot to rainy conditions. If this happens, don’t panic; call Keith Beers and the team at Seattle Roof Cleaning, or schedule easily online here.

They look forward to helping you maintain your home like a good neighbor should.

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Products proven to fight odors https://antolacasadetersivi.com/products-proven-to-fight-odors/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 17:09:55 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/products-proven-to-fight-odors/ Helping end-user customers get rid of bad odors can be difficult because, as noted, foul odors can come from many different sources, says Sims. “In order to mitigate or eliminate them, there must be an appropriate solution that is applied consistently,” he explains. “What often gets in the way is a lack of understanding of […]]]>

Helping end-user customers get rid of bad odors can be difficult because, as noted, foul odors can come from many different sources, says Sims.

“In order to mitigate or eliminate them, there must be an appropriate solution that is applied consistently,” he explains. “What often gets in the way is a lack of understanding of the products or methods to use. For example, degreasers are effective in removing dirt, but are not optimal odor neutralizers, so it is important to know There is also confusion between the use of air fresheners and odor neutralizers.Perfuming is effective if that is the strategy, but making a hotel lobby smell good is very different from trying to scent a hotel lobby. smelly locker room.

Sims says they take a multifaceted approach with customers, using a variety of products and technologies. Some of the tools in their arsenal include water-soluble surface sprays that, on contact, work to neutralize and encapsulate foul odors; diffusion technology that will spread across multi-sized environments, battling smelly vaporous molecules; enzyme concentrates or foams that consume odor-causing bacteria that can linger on various surfaces; and ozonation, suitable for environments where odors have not been treated long enough to be absorbed by surfaces and materials/fabrics.

For drains, Nolan advises using bio-augmenting products. These contain various forms of “good” bacteria that release enzymes to naturally break down organic matter, turning it into water and carbon dioxide (CO2).

“These are called bioenzymatic microbes; they basically break down and digest the soil in the drains, completely eliminating the source and the odor,” he explains. “The best part is that they keep working as long as there is a food source. Persistent use eliminates the potential for periodic odor encounters.

Other odor-busting tools he recommends to clients include applying alkaline cleaners which also have sanitizing/disinfecting properties. These products can be used to clean and kill odor-causing microbes. They will also emulsify fats, oils and greases that can add “fuel to odor sources,” adds Nolan.

Also assess the practical tools cleaning staff use, suggests Pawlak. If they only have dirty mops and smelly buckets at their disposal, it will be difficult to effectively treat or prevent foul odors no matter how hard they try.

She favors using a dual-bucket system because it helps minimize cross-contamination and reduces soil load more than a single bucket, she explains. The mop must be microfiber, flat on the floor and reusable/washable.

It’s essential to establish a daily schedule and a restoration schedule for deep cleaning, such as tackling grout or cleaning vents, etc., says Pawlak. How often this is needed depends on the installation and soil load, she adds. There should also be checklists, tasks should be specifically assigned, and someone should be designated to oversee the work for each shift where cleaning takes place.

Each facility has its own “unique challenges,” making it imperative that jan/san distributors tailor programs, processes and products to the specific needs of end users and staff, says Nolan, who also advises establishing an SSOP. (Sanitation Standard Operating Procedure) and a schedule to help direct daily cleaning applications and treatments.

Taking a deliberate approach can avoid a situation where haphazard cleaning practices or ineffective products are used — a problem Sims says he often encounters.

“In my 25 years in the industry, nothing fights odors more than proper cleaning and sanitizing of environments, coupled with the constant removal of the physical source of any odor-causing material,” he said.

“Our experience is that many cleaning crew members are good at cleaning and not as educated on odor control,” Sims continues. “We have seen that providing products, equipment and education on odor neutralization strategies has a big impact. Jan/san suppliers who do not specialize in odor control should seek external consultation for the best, most effective, and most environmentally friendly offerings available.

Pamela Mills-Senn is a freelance writer from Long Beach, California. She frequently contributes to Sanitary maintenance.

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Carson Ferguson wins no bail contest in Swainsboro for $10,053 in winnings! https://antolacasadetersivi.com/carson-ferguson-wins-no-bail-contest-in-swainsboro-for-10053-in-winnings/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 12:40:03 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/carson-ferguson-wins-no-bail-contest-in-swainsboro-for-10053-in-winnings/ (SWAINSBORO, GA) For the second time in 2022, Carson Ferguson found victory lane in Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series competition on Saturday night, October 15 at Swainsboro Raceway! At the rain-delayed event on July 24, Carson qualified third fastest and then placed second in the first qualifying race of the night. After starting the 53-lap […]]]>

(SWAINSBORO, GA) For the second time in 2022, Carson Ferguson found victory lane in Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series competition on Saturday night, October 15 at Swainsboro Raceway! At the rain-delayed event on July 24, Carson qualified third fastest and then placed second in the first qualifying race of the night. After starting the 53-lap headliner from inside the second row, Carson passed early race leader Pearson Lee Williams to grab the point on the twenty-third circuit. With no warning flags slowing the pace, the Lincolnton, NC ace pulled away from the field to claim the first-place prize of $10,053 by a whopping 4.965 seconds.

Dublin, Georgia rider Pearson Lee Williams took fast time honors in the qualifying session and won his qualifying race in preliminary action to claim pole for the A-Main. After leading the first twenty-two rounds, Pearson settled for a strong second-place performance at the oval in Swainsboro, Georgia. Dalton Cook raced in the top three throughout the distance and eventually finished third on the podium. Payton Freeman picked out a trio of contenders to clinch a fourth-place finish, while Ross Bailes brought his No. 79 home in fifth overall.

The race without warning lasted only 14 minutes and the first nine finishers all completed each of the 53 circuits. Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series would like to thank the staff at Swainsboro Raceway, and all of the fans, drivers, crew and teams who turned out to make October’s rare and pointless event for the tour a success!

Carson rode a Wesley Page Longhorn chassis, powered by a Cornett racing engine. Sponsorship of his Paylor Motorsports #93 machine comes in part from WP Racing Shocks, Hoopaugh Grading Company, Schaeffer’s Racing Oil, New Point Lighting & Design, Night Owl National Contractors, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Superior Trailer, Dunwellz Custom Kitchen, Live Oak Family dentistry and professional manufacturing.

After initially drawing a field of 21 cars on the original July 24 race date, a total of 15 competitors made the return trip to Swainsboro Raceway on Saturday night for the rescheduled event. Pearson Lee Williams was the fastest in the Memory Lane Classic Car Museum time trial with his fast lap of 15.298 seconds. Both Williams and Dalton Cook took home victories in the elimination races to earn the front row of the 53-lap event.

The race at Swainsboro marked the final contest of 2022 under the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series or Spring Nationals Series banner. As is standard, the 2023 schedule for both tours is expected to be released at the upcoming Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show, to be held in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, December 8-10, 2022.

Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series presented by Sunoco Race Fuels
Summary of the race
Saturday, October 15, 2022
Swainsboro Raceway (Swainsboro, Georgia)

Schaeffer’s Oil Finish (53 RPM):
1. (3) Carson Ferguson $10,053
2. (1) Pearson Lee Williams $5,000
3. (2) Cook Dalton $2,500
4. (7) Payton Freeman $1,800
5. (6) Ross Bailes $1,250
6. (5) Zack Mitchell $900
7. (9) Parker Martin $800
8. (4) Kenny Collins $700
9. (10) Jordy Clip $675
10. (11) Jimmy Sharpe, Jr. $650
11. (8) Jeff Smith $625
12. (12) Bryson Harper $600
13. (13) Jim Rogers $575
14. (14) Michael Akeson $550
15. (15) Hayden Ownbey$525

Entries: 15
Lap leaders: Pearson Lee Williams (laps 1-22), Carson Ferguson (laps 23-53)
Precautions: 0

Memory Lane Classic Car Museum Time Trials:
Fast time overall: Pearson Lee Williams 15.298

Sunoco Race Fuels Heat Race #1 Finish (All Cars Transfer): 1. Pearson Lee Williams, 2. Carson Ferguson, 3. Zack Mitchell, 4. Payton Freeman, 5. Parker Martin, 6. Jimmy Sharpe, Jr., 7. Jim Rogers, 8 years old. Hayden Ownbey

American Racer South Heat Race #2 Finish (All Cars Transfer): 1. Dalton Cook, 2. Kenny Collins, 3. Ross Bailes, 4. Jeff Smith, 5. Jordy Nipper, 6. Bryson Harper, 7. Michael Akeson

Schaeffer’s Final Oil Southern Nationals Series Points Standings:
1. Cory Hedgecock – 1510
2. Will Roland [R] – 1482
3. Kenny Collins – 1462
4. Jensen Ford – 1454
5. John Henderson- 1404
6. Parker Martin [R] – 1388
7. Dalton Cook [R] – 1372
8. Brenden Smith [R] – 1372
9. Carson Ferguson – 1256
10. Will Herrington – 928
11. Zack Mitchell- 928
12. Camaro Marlar – 902
13. Winger Ashton – 860
14. Dale McDowell – 788
15. Michael Brown – 738

2022 Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series Schedule:
Friday July 15 | Beckley Motor Speedway, Mount Hope, West Virginia | CORY HERIS
Saturday July 16 | Wythe Raceway, Rural Retreat, VA | DALE MCDOWELL
Sunday July 17 | Volunteer Speedway, Bulls Gap, TN | DALE MCDOWELL
Tuesday July 19 | I-75 Raceway, Sweetwater, TN | CORY HERIS
Thursday July 21 | Senoia Raceway, Senoia, Georgia | CARSON FERGUSON
Friday July 22 | East AL Motor Speedway, Phenix City, AL | HAS MORE
Saturday July 23 | Screven Motor Speedway, Sylvania, Georgia | BRANDON-OVERTON
Sunday July 24 | Swainsboro Raceway, Swainsboro, Georgia | PPD TO 10/15
Tuesday July 26 | Toccoa Raceway, Toccoa, Georgia | BRANDON-OVERTON
Thursday July 28 | Tri-County Race Track, Brasstown, North Carolina | DAVID PAYNE
Friday July 29 | Boyd’s Speedway, Ringgold, Georgia | HAS MORE
Saturday July 30 | Tazewell Motor Speedway, Tazewell, TN | DALE MCDOWELL
Saturday October 15 | Swainsboro Raceway, Swainsboro, Georgia | CARSON FERGUSON

For more information on Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series presented by Sunoco Race Fuels, please direct your Internet browser to www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com or feel free to call series promoter Ray Cook at 828-360-5353. You can also follow us on social media platforms at facebook.com/southernnationalsseries and on Twitter @sonationals.

The Southern Nationals Series would like to thank all of our 2022 Marketing Partners including: Schaeffer’s Oil & Specialized Lubricants, Sunoco Race Fuels, American Race Tires, Delph Communications, EZ-GO, Dirt Draft, Memory Lane Classic Car Museum, Arizona Sport Shirts, Capital Race Cars, Collins Signs, DirtonDirt.com, FK Rod Ends, Hoosier Racing Tire, MasterSbilt Race Cars, Wiles Driveshafts, Vic Hill Racing Engines, The Steering Buddy, The Joie of Seating and DirtCarLift.com.

About Schaeffer Specialty Oil and Lubricants:
Schaeffer Specialty Lubricants: Synthetic motor oils, hydraulic fluids and diesel fuel additives have earned a world-class reputation for improving engine performance and fuel economy, but their diverse product line also includes all types of industrial lubricants, industrial greases and industrial oils. as specialty items such as their chain lubricants and degreasers. Founded in 1839, their philosophy is to provide advanced lubricants to improve performance, reliability and fuel economy. Learn more or find a representative near you at www.SchaefferOil.com.

Media contact: Ryan Delph – Delph Communications
www.DelphCommunications.com

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I’m a professional oven cleaner – my “magic spray” will melt caked-on food and leave it sparkling, but people have concerns https://antolacasadetersivi.com/im-a-professional-oven-cleaner-my-magic-spray-will-melt-caked-on-food-and-leave-it-sparkling-but-people-have-concerns/ Fri, 14 Oct 2022 15:24:29 +0000 https://antolacasadetersivi.com/im-a-professional-oven-cleaner-my-magic-spray-will-melt-caked-on-food-and-leave-it-sparkling-but-people-have-concerns/ A PROFESSIONAL cleaner has wowed TikTok with a viral clip of melting oven grease, thanks to a miracle product. But even though the oven remained clean, viewers worried about the ingredient the pro used. 3 Professional cleaner Tom Dawson, known as Oven Guy, has shared his miracle productCredit: TikTok/ovengleam1 3 Super Power Degreaser Leaves Ovens […]]]>

A PROFESSIONAL cleaner has wowed TikTok with a viral clip of melting oven grease, thanks to a miracle product.

But even though the oven remained clean, viewers worried about the ingredient the pro used.

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Super Power Degreaser Leaves Ovens Sparkling, But There's a Catch

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Tom Dawson runs a cleaning service, Oven Gleam, in the UK, but fans around the world know him as Oven Guy from his mega-popular TikTok.

In a recent video, Dawson showed off his favorite “magic” product for cleaning a greasy oven with baked-on food splatters.

Moments after spraying the solution inside an oven, grime began to liquefy, seeping down the walls. A quick wipe resulted in an impressive before and after.

It’s no surprise Dawson’s supporters desperately needed to know what the miracle product was, and they begged him to reveal his trade secret.

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“I could do with some of that!” wrote one woman, while other commenters begged Dawson to come clean their homes for them.

However, after Dawson revealed the product in a follow-up post, it received a different reception.

“Screwfix degreaser is the SECRET!” he wrote, revealing a bottle of Screwfix No Nonsense heavy duty degreaser.

It is true that the super powerful product cuts through oil and grease in seconds, but it is actually not intended for use in the kitchen.

“It’s for auto parts,” wrote one uncertain commenter. “I’m not sure it’s safe for the items you cook with.”

The product description for Screwfix’s Miracle Degreaser states that it is “ideal for the workshop, garage, factory and warehouse”.

Most online reviews sing its praises for removing oil from engine parts and driveways, not ovens.

Although Dawson is a professional, it’s not clear how the average homeowner could safely apply an automotive degreaser at home, especially in a high-heat environment.

The before and after videos also did not include instructions for applying and rinsing off the degreaser.

And while Screwfix is ​​a must-have for people in the UK, one commenter was left disheartened when the miracle product was finally revealed.

“Not good if you live in Canada,” the viewer wrote after realizing the product wasn’t readily available in North America.

In the US, you can find Easy-Off Degreaser at Target for $4.99

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Fortunately, there are oven-safe degreasers on the US market similar to those used by Dawson.

Although not industrial strength, they will work effectively for cooked oils.

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Easy-Off Heavy Duty Degreaser, $4.99 at Target, is a powerful cleaner for dirty ovens.

Spray the cleaner on your stubborn grease, wait for it to activate, then wipe it off – you’ll feel like the pros.

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