Jani-King Joins National Health Organization Supporting Environmental Practices
Addison, TX — Jani-King, a leader in commercial cleaning and environmental services, is pleased to announce that it has made a significant commitment to environmental sustainability by joining Practice Greenhealth, a membership organization for institutions and businesses in the health care field who are engaged in reducing their environmental footprints.
Practice Greenhealth provides practical guidance, training, consultation, and business solutions to help its members in their efforts to implement environmentally responsible practices. More than 1000 healthcare providers have joined Practice Greenhealth in the last year alone, indicating the growing commitment among the healthcare community to reduce its environmental impact.
“Jani-King is committed to providing patients and staff with an environment that promotes health and safety while reducing our footprint on the environment,” said Mark Regna, Director of Healthcare Services at Jani-King.
“We are very pleased to welcome Jani-King to the Practice Greenhealth member community,” stated Anna Gilmore Hall, executive director of Practice Greenhealth. “Their membership demonstrates a real commitment to improving the environmental impact on their patients, staff and communities.”
Jani-King is the world''s largest commercial cleaning franchise company with over 12,000 franchise owners worldwide. Founded in 1969, the company has over 120 regional offices in 17 countries. Through a network of regional support offices, Jani-King contracts commercial cleaning services for many different facilities including healthcare, office, hotel/resort, manufacturing, restaurant, and sporting venues. The company has consistently ranked as the top performer among commercial cleaning franchise businesses.
Practice Greenhealth is the nation’s leading membership and networking organization for institutions in the healthcare community that have made a commitment to sustainable, eco-friendly practices. Members include hospitals, healthcare systems, businesses and other stakeholders engaged in the greening of healthcare to improve the health of patients, staff and the environment.