More and more companies are realizing the benefits of green cleaning. Now you can too with the latest in our whitepaper series for facility managers. It’s called Change is in the Air: How Green Cleaning Protects the Environment and Health, and it outlines the importance of developing a solid green cleaning program, as well as the steps to undertake—and succeed at—the task of green cleaning.
Implementing a Green Cleaning Program
Contrary to some misperceptions, green cleaning isn’t only about using solvents and cleaning agents that leave little environmental impact. Instead, green cleaning focuses on a holistic approach to cleaning that positively impacts both the environment and health, streamlining operations so less energy is used, more efficiency is created and more healthful practices are implemented. Ultimately, it’s a movement that focuses on cleaning for health—and the whitepaper clearly outlines how that can happen in any facility, big or small.
The benefits to health can’t be overstated. For example, in one school, an indoor air quality program that focused on green cleaning techniques saw airborne dust inside the building decrease by 52 percent, VOC concentrations decrease by 49 percent and bacteria decrease by 40 percent.
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Our new whitepaper includes a green cleaning checklist, as well as step-by-step processes to ensure green cleaning practices, and is available here.