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Education Facility Cleaning Case Studies

September 19, 2010
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Clarke

There are 163 buildings in the Jefferson County Public School system in Louisville, KY. Many of the classrooms, hallways, and offices have carpet on the floors. An in-house carpet crew is in charge of the school system''s carpet cleaning, repair and installation.

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Enviro-Solutions

In many school districts as well as colleges and universities across North America, administrators are being directed by new laws and mandates to incorporate green cleaning and the use of environmentally preferable cleaning products into their school maintenance programs. However, many districts and colleges have been one step ahead of local governments and have already instituted a green cleaning program.

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Kaivac

The history of Colorado''s District 20 goes way back to a time of log schoolhouses located on the Wild West frontier. It was a rough community back then. Stories abound of schoolhouses whose windows were frequently shattered by stray gunfire from frontier gunfights.

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ProTeam

West Ottawa Public Schools are located in Holland, MI, a scenic community on the Lake Michigan shore. West Ottowa has an enrollment of 8,090 students housed in 13 buildings including two high schools, two middle schools, and nine elementary schools. The school district covers 1.6 million square feet of buildings on 420 acres of land, maintained by a staff of 39 custodians, six maintenance people, and five grounds people.

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Tennant

The Spokane Public School District in Spokane, WA, believes green is the color of the future. In September of this year, the district opened Lincoln Heights Elementary School, its first LEED-certified facility. The design and development of the school was the impetus behind the district''s decision to simultaneously begin evaluating and implementing a district-wide environmentally sustainable cleaning program.

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U.S. Products

Augsburg College was started more than 130 years ago in what is now the heart of Minneapolis, MN. A small school, it is recognized today as a leader in providing its 12,000 students with a solid, well-rounded, liberal arts education. But because it is such an old school, many of the campus buildings were built decades ago. Due to their age and the chilly, wet climate, the floors in many of the buildings have buckled, which is not uncommon in older buildings.

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To be included in future Case Studies contact: Susan Pierce, Account Executive, 205-408-3786

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