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September 24, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL
It may be on its third name and at its third site, but there will be a bowl game played this fall in Orange County again. Simple Green, the all-purpose cleaner, announced its sponsorship in the form of $5,000 for the game to be played Dec. 7 at Orange Coast College. The money will go toward promotion and putting on the game as well as shirts and souvenirs for the players.
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March 3, 1995
The maker of Simple Green all-purpose cleaner is changing the product's label as part of a settlement ending litigation brought against the company last year by district attorneys of three Northern California counties. The label will warn consumers not to pour rinse water into storm drains or open waterways. Though Simple Green is nontoxic, substances it removes from items such as engines are not, said Joleigh Ernst, spokeswoman for parent company Sun Makers Inc.
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February 9, 1994 | DEAN TAKAHASHI and DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The district attorneys of three Northern California counties have filed a lawsuit against the Orange County makers of Simple Green, a cleaning product advertised as nontoxic, alleging that the product can be hazardous to fish when improperly dumped.
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February 9, 1994 | DEAN TAKAHASHI and DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The district attorneys of three Northern California counties have filed a lawsuit against the Orange County makers of Simple Green, a cleaning product advertised as nontoxic, alleging that the product can be hazardous to fish when improperly dumped.
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July 17, 1992 | BILL BILLITER
City officials have found a way to provide custom-designed, graffiti-resistant trash receptacles for the new pier--and continually replace them--at no cost to the city. The new pier opens Saturday, but the structure will be largely empty. Among the needs for it are heavy, sturdy trash bins for the public to use as they walk the 1,856-foot-long structure. The city's current budget did not allocate any money for trash bins.
BUSINESS
March 3, 1995
The maker of Simple Green all-purpose cleaner is changing the product's label as part of a settlement ending litigation brought against the company last year by district attorneys of three Northern California counties. The label will warn consumers not to pour rinse water into storm drains or open waterways. Though Simple Green is nontoxic, substances it removes from items such as engines are not, said Joleigh Ernst, spokeswoman for parent company Sun Makers Inc.
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July 21, 1986 | MICHAEL FEIBUS, Times Staff Writer
Bruce FaBrizio believes that the best way to get people to try something is to show them how it works. That's why his marketing strategy centers on free samples and personal demonstrations of Simple Green, an all-purpose cleaner that had been a well-kept secret until sales began booming after a recent spate of major product endorsements. And that's why the president and co-founder of Sunshine Makers Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1992 | BILL BILLITER
City officials have found a way to provide custom-designed, graffiti-resistant trash receptacles for the new pier--and continually replace them--at no cost to the city. The new pier opens Saturday, but the structure will be largely empty. Among the needs for it are heavy, sturdy trash bins for the public to use as they walk the 1,856-foot-long structure. The city's current budget did not allocate any money for trash bins.
SPORTS
September 24, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL
It may be on its third name and at its third site, but there will be a bowl game played this fall in Orange County again. Simple Green, the all-purpose cleaner, announced its sponsorship in the form of $5,000 for the game to be played Dec. 7 at Orange Coast College. The money will go toward promotion and putting on the game as well as shirts and souvenirs for the players.
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