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Saturday, 31 December 2011 14:24

A New Approach to Chemical-Free Stripping

A New Approach to Chemical-Free Stripping

One of the most innovative changes to occur in hard floor maintenance over the past few years is the concept of chemical-free stripping. The concept is not really new, as it uses technology that has been around for years.

Published in Sustainability
Wednesday, 22 June 2011 09:49

2011 Annual Green Report

2011 Annual Green Report


No longer a buzzword, "green" cleaning is now a way of life. For too long, we have heard how an increasingly poor indoor environmental quality has had a major impact on business and our daily lives.

Published in May/Jun 2011
Tuesday, 21 June 2011 16:11

How Green Do You Want To Be?

How Green Do You Want To Be?

I have been in this business for over 30 years and have seen a lot of things come and go. Being an old timer, I thought the green movement was going to be a passing fad.

Published in Sustainability
Tuesday, 21 June 2011 15:57

Following the Green Paper Trail

Following the Green Paper Trail

In today ’s marketplace , many consumers of towel and tissue products incorporate environmental considerations in their buying decisions. However, because of the sheer number of paper products and manufacturers now claiming to offer green products in the away-from-home market, many consumers and buyers of these products are confused about which ones are best.

Published in May/Jun 2011
Clorox Helps Businesses Improve the Workplace

The Clorox Company has leveraged its expertise in household cleaning to develop four new natural cleaning products for building service contractors called Green Works® Concentrates.

Published in Apr/May 2010
Thursday, 15 April 2010 14:24

Equipment and green cleaning

Equipment and green cleaning

If you have been in the cleaning industry for any length of time you have probably heard the term “cleaning green” roughly a billion times. Literally. Today, the word “green” has changed colors and become little more than white noise. It seems that everyone is labeling everything they possibly can as “green” in a race to market products to the industry.

Published in Green Cleaning