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Articles Tagged with ''green cleaning''
While green cleaning has now essentially become the “norm” when it comes to professional cleaning in much of the jansan industry, that has not necessarily been the case for professional carpet cleaners.
We’ve covered a lot on green in this issue as a means for cleaning for health and safety.
There is no shortage of information about the topic of green and environmental stewardship.
Going green is a hot topic these days. Nearly every type of company imaginable is putting on the “green” banner, so would it be wise for a small cleaning company to go green?
While green cleaning chemicals are now available for most all cleaning tasks, manufacturers are still making conventional cleaning chemicals.
Bio-based cleaners continue to gather greater attention from both the public and private businesses and experts believe that increasing numbers of these products will become available to the industry in coming years.
According to a press release, Sapphire Scientific has announced new One Earth™ cleaning chemicals, a full line of products for use where green-certified products are preferred.
While carpet cleaning and professional cleaning are viewed as two distinct industries with their own special needs, concerns and interests, they do have many things in common.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently recognized Joe Bristor and Wanders, Inc. for its leadership in developing an environmentally oriented set of industrial and institutional cleaners as part of the agency’s Design for the Environment (DfE) program.