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, 17 corporate members and 11 value chain partners. The A.I.S.E. network of members represents over 900 companies supplying both household and professional cleaning and maintenance products and services across Europe.


  • Targeted hygiene

    On World Health Day on 7 April 2021, A.I.S.E. and the International Scientific Forum on Home Hygiene released a joint industry/academia report on household hygiene. Learn more about the importance of Targeted Hygiene in our homes. Read more

  • COVID-19

    The industry that supplies cleaning, hygiene and disinfectant products is an essential sector to get us through the pandemic Here's how we are engaged in securing fast availability and delivery Read more

  • A.I.S.E.'s 2020-21 priorities

    Our industry is ready to embrace the new opportunities and fundamental changes presented by the Commission priorities for 2019-2024, in particular the European Green Deal. Read about how the industry’s priorities are aligned 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

  • Professional cleaning & hygiene

    Keeping our homes clean is very important; but did you realise how critical it is for society to have clean and hygienic public and industrial places such as schools, hospitals, offices, stations, airports and food and beverage production sites? Read more

Latest news

A.I.S.E and IFH release joint report on household hygiene

At a live online webinar on World Health Day, hygiene experts from industry and academia presented the fruit of their long-standing collaboration

Research on the testing of topical repellents published by Oxford University Press

The study confirms two alternative methods to the conventional arm in cage test for testing repellent efficacy

Members list

ASR 2019-20 network map

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.

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