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Green Floor Strippers – Do They Work?

Floor strippers have historically been some of the most dangerous cleaning chemicals to work with. They can cause skin, eye, and respiratory irritation, and they can emit hazardous and irritating fumes. End users have begun to push for safer and more environmentally friendly strippers

May is Asthma Awareness Month – School IAQ and Childhood Asthma

The month of May is Asthma Awareness Month.  In this newsletter we focus on childhood asthma and what schools can do to improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).  There are many indoor pollutants that can be triggers for asthmatic episodes.  By addressing IAQ, schools can reduce the amount of

Earth Day Challenge: Eliminate 2000 empty cleaning product containers and save thousands on purchases

Users of commercial cleaning products are being presented with new sales channels to purchase the products to maintain their facilities.  This article tackles a couple of big reasons why this is NOT a better way. In honor of 2017’s recent Earth Day on April 22nd, we set out to q

Green Floor Strippers

Floor strippers have historically been some of the most dangerous cleaning chemicals to work with. They can cause skin, eye, and respiratory irritation, and they can emit hazardous and irritating fumes. End users have begun to push for safer and more environmentally friendly strippers

LEED v4 ® Certification

The US Green Building Council (USGBC) has established a new version of their LEED® building certification, called LEED v4 ®. This new version of LEED® has various new requirements and updates (to read more about the updates that pertain to green cleaning, read our blog post and white

LEED® v4 and Green Cleaning

The LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings. Buildings that want to become certified in LEED® participate in one of five prog

Green Floor Strippers: Do They Really Work?

Floor strippers have historically been some of the most dangerous cleaning chemicals to work with. They can cause skin, eye, and respiratory irritation, and they can emit hazardous and irritating fumes. End users have begun to push for safer and more environmentally friendly strippers

Bio-Enzymatic Cleaners and Green Cleaning

Bio-enzymatic cleaners are products that use non-pathogenic, “good” bacteria to clean, deodorize, and consume wastes and malodors. The bacteria in these cleaners break down soils into two basic components: carbon dioxide and water. For this reason, many bio-enzymatic clean