Solaris Paper is a proud sponsor of the Healthy Schools Campaign and their upcoming educational program Participatory Ergonomics & Taking Care of Your Green Cleaning Team to be held at the University of Washington, May 30, 2019 and via online webinar. The program will feature expert panelists including: Gene Woodard, Director of the Building Services Dept., The University of Washington; Tracey Mosier, Safety Manager, The University of Washington; Dr. Debra Milek, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., is a board certified physician and medical director at the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic and the Center of Occupational Health Education at Harborview and UW Campus Preventive Health. The University of Washington, an innovative participatory ergonomics program has led to better cleaning outcomes, greatly reduced injury, reduced turnover and absenteeism among staff and a culture of engagement in the university’s award-winning green cleaning program.
About Solaris Paper
Solaris Paper®, Inc. (SPI) is a U.S. based manufacturer of premium quality paper towel and tissue products for the North American Away-From-Home market. SPI’s products are made from virgin Rapidly Renewable Fiber, which produces a whiter, brighter, and softer product. SPI is dedicated to a sustainable business model. Our commitment applies to the full scope of our operations, starting with our primary strategic supply partner Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) through end-of product life scenarios. Solaris Paper’s family of products includes LoCor® Advanced Dispensing Systems, LoCor®, Livi® VPG Select and Livi® VPG towel and tissue products. To learn more about Solaris Paper, please visit: http://solarispaper.com/afh/
Healthy Schools Campaign
Healthy Schools Campaign is an independent nonprofit built upon the common-sense belief that every child deserves a healthy school. Through community engagement, political advocacy and education programs, we work together with parents, teachers, administrators and policy makers to change schools for the better. Our work focuses on individual schools as well as district, state and national change. Our programs focus on the many aspects of the school environment, including nutrition, school design, indoor air quality, physical activity, wellness and green cleaning practices. By making schools healthier, we can improve children’s health, well-being and readiness to succeed—for life. Learn more at healthyschoolscampaign.org.