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November 2013 Feature 7

GHS — The Right To Understand

The new global standard aims to eliminate inconsistencies and inaccuracies on product labels.
Dawn Shoemaker
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In December 2013, a big change is coming to the way warning and hazard labels and related materials are displayed on scores of different products including professional cleaning products.


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Avoid Putting The Cart Before The Horse

The right way to use chemical cleaners and disinfectants.
Allen Rathey
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Using “cleaning” chemicals without carefully following directions is putting the cart before the horse, because chemicals used improperly can’t do the intended job.


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October 2013 Bidding & Estimating

Restrooms And The Bidding Process

How to calculate labor, costs and cleaning times to guarantee satisfied customers and profit.
William R. Griffin
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Restrooms are an important and sensitive area in any building and must be maintained at high levels of cleanliness, sanitation and safety at all times to avoid complaints, liability and a negative impression on employees, customers and the public.


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October 2013 A Clean Sweep

Putting It In Writing

Boston Logan International Airport is making the commitment to the health and safety of its occupants contractual.
Amanda Martini-Hughes
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It is no longer acceptable to consider making a change to products that have less of an impact on the environment — it is practically a requirement.


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Tennant Photo Gallery

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In early August, Tennant hosted a visit from Cleaning & Maintenance Management.


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Online Exclusive/Carpet Care e-Newsletter Aug 2013

Expert Tips For Commercial Carpet Cleaning

From vacuuming to chemical selection, cleaning professionals offer their tips for carpet care.
Phillip Lawless
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Auguts 2013 Bidding & Estimating

The Costs And Profit Of Sustainable Green Cleaning

William R. Griffin
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Does cleaning in a green, sustainable manner cost more or less than cleaning in what might be referred to as the standard way?


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August 2013 Feature 7

Separating ‘Green’ Fact From Fiction

Though the JanSan industry has adopted more sustainable cleaning methods, many managers still have unanswered questions.
Jennifer Meek
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Because green cleaning has had such a major impact on the professional cleaning industry as well as the building and management industries, it might serve us well to clear up confusion about certain cleaning myths.


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August 2013 Feature 3

A Guide To Navigating Green Certifications

Finding the most reputable and respected sustainable products can benefit both cleaners and clients.
Stephen Lewis
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It’s important to stay afloat on all of today’s green certifications, and identify products that best meet a facility’s sustainability goals.


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Putting the Cart Before the Horse - Sustainability & Health

Or why “Cleaning for People” (CFP) matters
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A prime purpose in cleaning inside built environments is to “keep on” doing it without harm to People, the third "P."


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