Sustainable cleaning is not an all or nothing proposition. It's about making improvements in your cleaning program that are environmentally-preferred, and better for the health and safety of all the people that use or work in your facility.
School districts throughout the United States are looking to go green, just like Holyoke Public Schools in Holyoke, Mass. Under their new Green Housekeeping Program, each school in the district will receive new cleaning products that meet green standards.
The goal of the program is to minimize the impact on the environment, and create asthma and allergy-friendly classrooms.
The district selected Green Seal™ Certified Hillyard Suprox® to be part of their green program.
June 29, 2016
Maintaining a clean, safe, healthy environment is job one for a facility manager. However, doing so while utilizing a sustainable cleaning program can be challenging. There are a myriad of choices for cleaning solutions that are green or sustainable. There are equipment choices that can be more environmentally preferable than others. And, there are cleaning processes that can be sustainable options for your cleaning program. Where do you begin?
It can be a daunting task, but we can shed some light on where to start. Sustainable cleaning does not have to be an all or nothing proposition. It's about making improvements in your cleaning program that are environmentally preferred and better for the health and safety of all the people that use or work in your facility. It's about making Improvements that can be implemented in manageable steps.