2012

10/24/2012 - OTIS featured in petroplaza's 2012 NACS/PEI Tradeshow Review

Mike Zahajko interviewed in PetroPlaza's 2012 NACS/PEI Tradeshow Review. OTIS recently received NSF Certification for safe use on food contact surfaces. OTIS works great to clean equipment like hot dog rollers, and grills as well as countertops and other surfaces.

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10/5/2012 - puget sound business journal unveils annual list of puget sound area's largest sustainable businesses

CAF Environmental Solutions Ranks. No. 24 on the 2012 Puget Sound Business Journal's List of the Area's Largest Sustainable Businesses

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09/10/2012 - OTIS Multi-Surface Cleaner NSF Certified®

CAF's OTIS Multi-Surface Cleaner receives NSF Certification for safe use on all surfaces in and around food processing area.

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08/23/2012 - CAF Ranks No. 497 on the 2012 Inc. 500 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies and 10th in U.S. Manufacturing

CAF NO. 497 on Inc. Magazine's 500|5000 ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies for second consecutive year. Ranked 10th in manufacturing, and 9th in Seattle Metro Area.

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2011

08/23/2011 - CAF Environmental solutions ranks no 16 in manufacturing in inc. magazine's 2011 list of fastest-growing private companies

CAF Environmental Solutions ranked NO. 657 on Inc. Magazine's 500|5000 ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Ranked 16th in manufacturing, and 16th in Seattle Metro Area.

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05/10/2011 - CAF Named Awb Environmental excellence award winner

The Association of Washington Business today honored CAF Environmental Solutions for
environmental innovation, initiative and sustainability. The 2011 Environmental Excellence Awards were presented at a luncheon held in conjunction with the association's annual Spring Meeting at Spokane's Davenport Hotel.

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2010

03/26/2010 - Stripes aims to be clean and green, outdoors and in.

"You never get a second chance to make a first impression", an old saying goes, and that, in part, is the idea behind an outdoor cleaning program at Stripes Convenience Stores. The program extends the retailer’s focus on in-store cleanliness outside, to fueling dispensers and parking lots.

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03/15/2010 - Stripes Convenience Stores Partners with CAF Environmental Solutions on New Outdoor Cleaning Program

Stripes® Convenience Stores recently initiated a new outdoor cleaning program with supplier and partner CAF Environmental Solutions. This new cleaning program is part of its larger Operations Excellence program, and builds upon Stripes’ current success at in-store cleanliness by extending the program to the fueling dispensers and parking lots.

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02/02/2010 - Perry Paganelli Appointed Executive Vice President, Sales for CAF Environmental Solutions

Issaquah, WA - CAF Environmental Solutions is very proud to announce that Perry Paganelli has been named Executive Vice President, Sales. Paganelli will be responsible for CAF’s national sales team leadership and driving revenue. Paganelli will play a key role as CAF continues to expand its position as the leader in forecourt/convenience store cleaning technology.

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2009

09/15/2009 - C-Store Shoppers Value Cleanliness, Appearance, Customer Service

NEW YORK - Cleanliness is the No. 1 reason consumers choose one convenience store over another, according to M/A/R/C, which found 32 percent of shoppers citing a clean, well-lit store environment as one factor that would most cause them to seek out or wish to visit a specific store.

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August 2009 - The Checkout - in focus: Convenience stores

Convenience store retailers who want to attract the most shoppers should focus on the fundamentals, according to results of monthly, nationally representative surveys of 1,200 U.S. adults by M/A/R/C Research.

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US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Citizen's Guide to Bioremediation

Bioremediation allows natural processes to clean up harmful chemicals in the environment. Microscopic “bugs” or microbes that live in soil and groundwater like to eat certain harmful chemicals, such as those found in gasoline and oil spills. When microbes completely digest these chemicals, they change them into water and harmless gases such as carbon dioxide.

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