A.I.S.E., the International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products, is the official representative body of this industry in Europe. Our membership totals 29 national associations across Europe and beyond. Through this network, we represent over 900 companies supplying both household and professional cleaning and maintenance products and services. These range from small and medium-sized enterprises to large multinationals.


  • Product safety and innovation

    One of the top priorities of A.I.S.E.and its network is to help ensure cleaning and maintenance products are safe to use and used safely. Read more

  • Sustainable cleaning

    A.I.S.E.’s leadership of voluntary sustainability initiatives is a key strength of the cleaning and maintenance products industry in Europe. Read more

  • Health and hygiene

    Cleaning products play an essential part in modern society, enabling cleanliness and hygiene which is so important for health and wellbeing. Read more

  • DetNet

    The Detergent Industry Network for CLP Classification is a new initiative that helps detergents manufacturers to classify and label their products in accordance with European legislation. Read more

Latest news

European Cleaning Days 2015 - Spreading the benefits of professional cleaning

EUnited Cleaning, with the support of A.I.S.E. and EFCI, is launching the European Cleaning Days all over Europe to raise awareness of the necessity of professional cleaning among the general public; starting as from May 2015, the campaign will highlight the significance of cleanliness and hygiene in public places in order that every society acknowledges that professional cleaning is the key industry for health and well-being

A.I.S.E. Information Day 2014 - conference material now available!

On 2 December, A.I.S.E. held its 11th Information Day event. The conference gathered around 100 guests and was held in Brussels. This year, we focused on the theme Cleanliness and Hygiene: Benefits of the Professional Cleaning sector. The speakers introduced interesting insights and provoked fruitful discussion around the topic. To check out the conference material including speakers presentations and photographs of the event, keep reading.

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A.I.S.E.'s membership spans right across Europe. National associations have a central role to play. Organised at country level, their membership is composed of companies from a specific industry sector, whatever their size, that are active on the market. The product diversity represented is reflected in the structure of A.I.S.E.’s national associations through their membership.