STURTEVANT, WI — The Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) has chosen JohnsonDiversey’s ProSpeed floor-finishing system to receive a technical merit award for its reduced water use and floor finish savings as well as its reduced emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), according to a press release.
During the first 10 weeks of its release, ProSpeed saved customers an estimated 71,400 gallons of water and 8,200 gallons of floor finish, the release stated.
JohnsonDiversey Americas President John Alexander said: "ProSpeed was designed to offer efficiency, reduced environmental impact and worker safety. This is the type of customer-focused innovation we are committed to deliver for our customers."
ProSpeed''s closed system reduces emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found in floor finishes, and as a result, customers have reported less odor in the floor-finishing process, the release noted.
The EBJ Business Achievement Awards were determined by a committee of EBJ staff and EBJ editorial advisory board members, the release added.