Articles Tagged with ''sustainability''
Color-coding has proven to be effective as it helps overcome language barriers and helps cleaning professionals identify which products and tools should be used to clean what surfaces, which are to be used together, and in some cases, which are to be used for which cleaning task.
Ensuring that all schools are free of indoor environmental pollutants and irritants that could affect the health and productivity of students and staff.
Today’s universities and other large institutions are expected to be increasingly conscious of their environmental and sustainability practices and to set an example for students, faculty and their community.
At the recently completed ISSA/INTERCLEAN Las Vegas convention, Jennifer Meek, marketing director for Charlotte Products/Enviro-Solutions, was interviewed regarding ISSA's new Transpare program.
Any change to your brand or your service has to either save you time and money or differentiate your business enough to make the effort worthwhile. A certified green cleaning service can be one of those differentiators.
An archive of the sustainability webcast, held on October 3, 2013, is now available online.
When a word becomes so popular that you hear it everywhere it means one of two things: The word may be reduced to a meaningless cliché or it is a truly powerful concept.
Change can be one of the most dreaded words in the English language. In fact, just the thought of trying something new will send certain people into fits of panic and despair.
When organizations say that they want to be “green” but do not want to pay more for it, they may be missing the point — sustainability is not about what you pay, it’s about the value you gain.
“Being green” can be achieved through a holistic approach towards sustainability. Such an approach requires looking at all aspects of your business in terms of sustainability, including cleaning, and incorporating it into your company culture so it defines your organization and is communicated to your customers.