Additional reading material and relevant web sites are provided as part of this program that you can refer to for more information on green cleaning.
Lobby Congress for tax breaks for green buildings
Teach architects to design more cost efficient buildings
Promote buildings that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy places to live and work
Build structures with only wood
Offices in Asia and Europe.
Bylaws that prohibit the cleaning industry from joining
16,000+ buildings in their LEED Ratings System and 17,000+ members.
Been in existence since the first Earth Day in 1970.
The building owners have more money.
The facility managers are nicer people.
The occupants' productivity and performance can be improved.
These people will probably not be around for the long-term.
Buy a mop and bucket, fill the bucket with warm water and bleach, and mop the floor three times before calling it a day.
Gain the attention of the building manager by giving them mint filled chocolate candy daily.
Construct a program, build their bundle, market the program, and develop communications.
Assist with the development of blue prints for the building’s remodeling project.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.