37 Ecolab Employees in Shanghai Trained To Use "Clean and Conserve" Program

Some 25 Ecolab employees in Shanghai had signed up to learn to use two customized activities from the Clean and Conserve Program, but 37 showed up, illustrating the enthusiasm for water education among Ecolab's Shanghai team members. According to Project WET Senior Vice President John Etgen, who traveled to Shanghai to lead the training, many of the employees, who were trained to use newly translated versions of the "Conserve Water" and "Healthy Personal Hygiene" activities from the Clean and Conserve guide, even said they wanted to use the activities that evening with their own children. All five activities--which are already available for free download in English from the Clean and Conserve website--will be available in Chinese versions later this year. Below are a few workshop pictures:

Employees learned to use the Conserve Water activity by allocating scarce water resources.Employees learned to use the Conserve Water activity by allocating scarce water resources.

The Healthy Personal Hygiene activity teaches about how germs are spread.The Healthy Personal Hygiene activity teaches about how germs are spread.

Almost 40 Ecolab employees in Shanghai were trained during last week's workshop.Almost 40 Ecolab employees in Shanghai were trained during last week's workshop and are now ready to teach others about water conservation and hygiene.

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