At the heart of CSPA operations are its divisions. CSPA divisions allow the organization to effectively address a wide range of issues impacting household and institutional products. Each Division has an executive board, to which members are elected. All CSPA members are eligible to participate in the Division committees and task forces and board meetings are open to all members as well. The Division Executive Boards, committees and task forces meet regularly throughout the year to address existing and emerging issues and provide forums for networking and exchange of ideas. To get involved, look in the Division(s) of interest and you will find an option to contact the CSPA staff responsible for the Division.
Division activity generally includes but is not limited to:
- Lead industry consensus-building process
- Determine positions on emerging issues and regulatory and legislative priorities;
- Support product stewardship initiatives that promote products with improved environmental, health and safety profiles;
- Educational opportunities year round, webinars, workshops and programs at the Mid-Year and Annual Meetings;
- Aid in the establishment of product testing and efficacy guidelines; and
- Educate the consumer on the benefits and proper use of member company products.
The Aerosol Products Division membership represents more than 80 percent of the current U.S. domestic aerosol industry's production capacity.
The Cleaning Products Division keeps its members current on new issues and aware of emerging technologies that impact the cleaning products industry.
The Pest Management Products Division advocates responsible development, manufacture, supply, use and disposal of consumer, industrial and institutional pest management products.
The Polishes and Floor Maintenance Division represents more than 80 percent of manufacturers, marketers, and suppliers of waxes, polishes, floor finishes and a wide range of floor maintenance products.
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