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20 ILCS 405/405-216

    (20 ILCS 405/405-216)
    Sec. 405-216. Green cleaning policy. To require every State-owned building to establish a green cleaning policy whereby the building purchases and uses only environmentally-sensitive cleaning products, in compliance with the guidelines and specifications established by the Illinois Green Government Coordinating Council pursuant to Section 15 of the Green Cleaning Schools Act. The Department shall allow a State-owned building to deplete its existing cleaning and maintenance supply stocks and implement the new requirements in the procurement cycle for the following year and shall exempt a State-owned building from the green cleaning policy requirement if adhering to the requirement would not be economically feasible for the building.
    For the purposes of this Section, adopting a green cleaning policy is not economically feasible if such adoption would result in an increase in the cleaning costs of the building.
(Source: P.A. 96-75, eff. 7-24-09.)