The Future Of Cleaning

If I had to select two words to describe the future of the professional cleaning industry and the ways parks and recreation facilities will be cleaned in coming years, those words would be “green” and “sustainable.” In the past decade, consumer demand, government regulations, and economics, as well as increased concerns about health and safety, have resulted in a growing number of facilities converting to green cleaning, and manufacturers developing environmentally preferable and responsible cleaning products. Advancements in research and …

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One comment on “The Future Of Cleaning

  1. Dave Thompson on said:

    Mike, I could not agree with you more. Reduction of contaminants to frontline users of chemicals, equipment and products is paramount in Green cleaning. Reducing the negative impacts from dust, chemical vapors and overuse of cleaning supplies will improve the existing indoor environments cleaning services take care of daily. Whenever a service provider can move to products and programs mitigating these impacts, progressive organizations will find themselves best served to make the gradual changes as budgets allow.

    At the Green Clean Institute, we are seeing many graduates reporting gradual overall savings from choices made a few years ago when moving to these programs, funding more progressive changes for the future.

    Dave

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