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Articles Tagged with ''technology''

January 2014 Feature 4

Sustainable Laundry Room Practices

New washing technologies raise standards and meet the needs of sustainable facilities.

By installing or upgrading to eco-efficient laundry operations, managers can positively impact the environment and their bottom line.


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September 2013 Feature 4

Managing A Mobile Workforce

Management concepts that can increase the productivity and efficiency of mobile workers.

Mobile workers in a broad array of industries, including building and property maintenance, are increasingly relying on smartphones and tablets with mobile apps to help them work smarter and faster in the field.


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September 2013 Feature 6

Misconceptions About Sustainability

‘Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.’

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.


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April 2013 Feature 2

Change Is On The Floor

You may think you know a lot about cleaning and maintaining hard floors, but you haven't seen anything yet.

When it comes to excitement in the cleaning industry, floor care is center stage for cutting-edge innovation and technology.


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April 2013 Maintenance Matters

Growing An Industry To New Heights

Technological advancements in the tools and equipment for cleaning commercial exterior windows are allowing professionals to see soaring profits.

Using special water-fed poles from the ground eliminates the need for ladders and other equipment used to reach high windows, allowing one to clean windows in a fraction of the time it would normally take.


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February 2013 A Clean Sweep

The Positives Of Electrolyzed Water

An alternative to chemical cleaners and sanitizers, hypochlorous acid and sodium hydroxide help you be greener by saving money and increasing sustainability.

Since 1847, when chlorine was first used as a sanitizer, there have been few, if any, alternatives to the useful, moderately effective but often dangerous substances known as chemical cleaners and sanitizers.


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