Monday, August 13, 2012

Reduce Labor, Chemicals & Costs with Sustainable Floor Cleaning

This article was originally published by American School & Hospital Facility.

Due to increasing utility costs, staff shortages and sanitary regulations, performing high-quality floor cleaning in healthcare and educational facilities can be expensive and labor-intensive. With the growing focus on green initiatives targeted at reducing environment and health impacts, these industries are encouraged to adopt sustainable floor cleaning practices that protect facility occupants while maintaining or reducing labor expenses.

Recent advancements in floor cleaning technology deliver machines with greater versatility, increased efficiency and reduced environmental impacts. Replacing traditional cleaning procedures with environmentally-preferable cleaning technology requires an understanding of three basic components: chemical solution usage, equipment options, and cleaning procedures/policies. Sustainable floor cleaning combines these factors to reduce overall cleaning expenses, time and adverse effects associated with conventional cleaning methods, while producing a "greener" result.

Read the full article here to learn more about sustainable cleaning programs.

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