Avmor release 12.6
December 6, 2010
AVMOR ROCKS THE RIGHT STUFF WITH “GREEN” QUICK STUFFTM SOLUTIONS FOR FOODSERVICE
LAVAL, QC – Avmor Ltd., one of the leading manufacturers of professional cleaning solutions for Canada’s Foodservice and Janitorial markets, announced today that many of its popular Quick StuffTM cleaning solutions, which are known to be simple, safe, cost effective and clean, are now “green”.
“Avmor is at the forefront of bringing sustainable solutions to the Foodservice Industry by way of its certified greener Quick Stuff products,” says Matt Del Vecchio, Vice President of Foodservice at Avmor. “The evolution of this product line demonstrates Avmor’s commitment to putting people and their health first without compromising on performance or sustainability. There is simply nothing else like Quick Stuff on the market for foodservice facilities.”
Quick Stuff products that have recently received certification from the EcoLogo Program, one of North America’s largest and most respected environmental standard and certification marks, include:
• Green Stuff – a descaler and washroom cleaner;
• Orange Stuff – a cleaner and degreaser;
• Blue Stuff – a glass and surface cleaner;
• Yellow Stuff – a pot and pan detergent; and
• Strong Stuff – a heavy duty degreaser for ovens, grills, hoods and hard surfaces.
Together, these certified sustainable cleaning solutions cover the vast majority of cleaning in a foodservice facility.
The original concept for Quick Stuff dates back to 2003 and the success of the colour-coded line spread quickly from Quick Service Restaurants to Full-Service Restaurants. Created for establishments with younger staff and employee turnover issues in mind, Avmor differentiated its Quick Stuff line from other cleaners on the market by making its system simple, fun and easy to use. A natural evolution for this line has been to borrow green technology already proven effective in Avmor’s BiomorTM and EcoPureTM sustainable cleaning solutions and then to apply it to many of the Quick Stuff products. Most recently, the achievement of EcoLogo certification has helped to identify most of the Quick Stuff line as legitimately greener cleaning solutions.
The timing of this application couldn’t be better as foodservice facilities start to make advances in their own greening practices. The health and safety of employees is important to foodservice operators and the knowledge that conventional cleaning products can lead to the development and aggravation of asthma, eye and skin irritations and can even lead to sick days due to poor indoor air quality is leading this change. Avmor is emphasizing green cleaning for staff and patrons and ensuring the highest international and domestic standards for health and safety are met by putting people first without compromising on top quality performance, competitive pricing and protecting our planet.
Foodservice establishments are also realizing the business case for adopting Quick Stuff solutions. The line’s concentrated formulations allow companies to maximize cost savings and the ease of use helps young staff to keep restaurants clean, translating into greater customer appeal and repeat visits.
More than just greener cleaning products, Quick Stuff is also a program that offers staff training, quick reference wall charts that follow the fun colour-coding system, and a customized approach to installation, maintenance and service needs. Avmor is proud to offer a full-service approach to greener cleaning.
Visit www.avmor.com and www.avmorgreen.com to read more about Avmor’s Quick Stuff line and other green cleaning for health solutions.
Avmor Ltd. was founded in 1948 by Avrum Morrow and Henry Chinks. Avmor is Canada’s leading provider of professional cleaning solutions and is focused on its range of environmentally preferable cleaning products certified by EcoLogo. Avmor specializes in green cleaning solutions for a range of institutions including property management firms, facilities services firms, university and college campuses and foodservice establishments. For more information visit: www.avmor.com and/or www.avmorgreen.com.