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Sustainability Dashboard release 5.17

May 17, 2013

New Version 2.3 of Sustainability Dashboard Announced

BLOOMINGTON, IN — Sustainability Dashboard LLC announces the release of Version 2.3 of the program with special features just for professional cleaning industry.

The Sustainability Dashboard is a cloud-based tool that was introduced about four years ago by Stephen Ashkin, well known in the professional cleaning industry as the “father of Green Cleaning.”

The system allows organizations big and small to enter, monitor, and evaluate their facility’s sustainability data in an effort to reduce consumption, operate in a Greener and more sustainable manner, and reduce operating costs.

The new version is designed to make the Dashboard even easier to use, and one of the main upgrades is a new category called “Improvement Tips.”

According to Elizabeth Steward, Marketing Manager for the company, the Improvement Tips are designed to assist the most novice staff members as well as facility managers and cleaning professionals to help drive Green and sustainability improvements.

“They are intended to get people thinking of new steps and new ways they can become more sustainable and, by doing so, operate in a more efficient and cost-effective manner.”

Steward adds that the company has assembled hundreds of tips designed for specific categories such as fuel and water consumption and several other metrics that come into play in the cleaning industry that can be monitored with the Dashboard.

“The new Improvement Tips include a corresponding image and source information,” adds Steward. “This way, if users want to follow up on the suggestion, all the information they need is easy to fine…right at hand.”

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About The Sustainablity Dashboard Tool, LLC.
The Sustainability Dashboard is an advance reporting system designed for everyone who is involved in sustainability programs. It is specifically designed to be easy to use, reduce environmental impacts, save money, and create a culture of sustainablity. For more information visit: