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Government AdministrationBudgets aren't what they used to be. These days every dollar has to be spent wisely. Value becomes the highest priority. Each and every product you buy needs to be priced competitively and work effectively.

At Liberty, our OGS approved Enviro Care® line and other products provide you with a large variety of floor care cleaners, degreasers, disinfectants, hand sanitizers, air care products and tools and equipment to choose from with the value you need.

From the time you order from Liberty through using your last drop of our products, you can rest assured that at any step of the way, we're here to provide assistance with questions and training to help you get the most out of our products.

New York City Goes Green:  The purpose of the proposed rule amendments is to: incorporate certain terms from § 6-301 of Title 6 of the Administrative Code and Local Law 123 relating to the purchase of environmentally preferable products into the “Definitions” section (11-1) of Chapter 11 of Title 43 of the RCNY, Reduce hazardous substances by applying the City’s environmentally preferable purchasing standards (in existing sections 11-3, 11-4, and 11-5, and the proposed new sections 11-8 and 11-9) to the purchase or lease of applicable products by City agencies as well as by City contractors for construction work through an expanded applicability rule (section 11-2), Reduce hazardous substances through the addition of an environmental purchasing standard (within section 11-6) that reduces the City’s purchase and use of added urea-formaldehyde resins in composite wood or agrifiber products, Reduce hazardous substances through the addition of an environmental purchasing standard (within section 11-7) that requires the City’s purchase and use of paper products processed without any chlorine or chlorine derivatives, the combustion of which has been  determined to be the largest contributor of dioxin into the atmosphere, Conserve energy and water by expanding the types of energy- and water-using products that are required to meet the energy and water efficiency standards set forth by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program (“FEMP”), within a new subchapter (3: Energy and Efficiency) and a new section (11-8), Increase the use of recycled and reused materials by incorporating several new products that are required to meet the minimum recycled content standards set forth by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Comprehensive Procurement Guideline for Products Containing Recovered Materials (“CPG”), within a new subchapter (4:Recycled Materials) and a new section (11-9), and Improve indoor air quality and enhance environmental health by establishing new green cleaning product purchasing standards, within a new subchapter (5: Green Cleaning) and a new section (11-10).

New York State Office of General Services Preferred Source Law:  These products are available to your agency, under the provisions of Section 162 of the New York State Finance Law. The law requires all state agencies, political subdivisions (including towns, cities, and counties), public benefit corporations, school districts, and other local governmental agencies purchase state approved commodities from New York State Industries for the disabled (NYSID) at prices established by the NYS Office of General Services. The purpose of the law is to provide vocational training opportunities and job experience to people with disabilities. NYSID was set up to act as the central coordinator for its member rehabilitation agencies in pursuing and carrying out commodities and services contracts with state agencies and political subdivisions. For more information regarding the law of Preferred Source, please visit,

New York State Executive Order No.134: All State Agencies shall procure and use cleaning products having properties that minimize potential impacts to human health and the environment consistent with maintenance of the effectiveness of these products for the protection of public health and safety. The Commissioner of the Office of General Services (OGS), in consultation with the Commissioner of the Department of Health (DOH) and the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), shall provide consultation and guidance to State Agencies to: (i) select and procure products and use practices that reduce or minimize the risks of harmful effects to employees, custodial workers, visitors and other building occupants and to the environment; (ii) promote adoption of practices endorsed by this Order; (iii) recognize State Agencies that adopt and implement environmentally beneficial facility and workplace management policies and practices; (iv) encourage contractors supplying goods and services to State Agencies to select and procure such products; and (v) encourage lessors and building. For more information regarding the NYS Executive Order No.134, please visit,

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