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March 2014 Feature 1

Sustainability Color Coding For The Cleaning Industry

Helping facilities implement and manage a system is a great opportunity to provide extra value for clients.
Stephen P. Ashkin
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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.


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February 2014 Feature 2

A Better Way To Clean

How microfiber cleaning products help get the job done faster and safer.
Jenn Schneider
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Microfiber cleaning solutions include high-performance dust and wet mop pads, surface cleaning tools, hardware and mopping systems.


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May 2013 Feature 3

The Rainbow Of Sustainability

Establishing a color-coding system through symbolization is a simple way to practice resource reduction and promote sustainable operation.
Stephen Ashkin
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We are now seeing a new use for color-coding systems, this time as an efficient way to help facilities become more sustainable, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, curb energy and water use and cut operating costs


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The top four tips for preventing cross contamination

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Targeting specific areas in an education facility with the appropriate cleaning measures can minimize cross-contamination risks.
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2012 ISSA/INTERCLEAN Exhibitor Profile

Targeting The Growing Concern Over Cross-contamination

Continental Commercial Products LLC
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At the 2012 ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America trade show in Chicago, Continental Commercial Products will detail their new color-coded cleaning program. Read about how color-coding can reduce cross-contamination here and then visit booth 2025 to learn more.


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