Developing a Green Cleaning Program in Five Easy Steps

Calls for corporate social responsibility continue to grow louder, and 90% of business leaders feel their customers would hold them accountable for the environmental impact of their companies. If you’re looking for ways to go green with your cleaning program, we can help! Follow these steps to get started.

Assess Your Current Cleaning Program

Think about your current cleaning program through the lens of improvement. How can you reduce plastic waste? Is there a more eco-friendly way to package your products? Where do your cleaning products come from? Are there more sustainable solutions available?

Create Goals

Based on your assessment, set measurable, concrete goals for your green cleaning program. Talk to your employees about your commitment to being more sustainable and outline a clear timeline for reaching goals. Examples of milestones may include reducing plastic waste by 25%, including 40% more products made from recycled materials or adding recycle bins to all of your break rooms.

Consider Your Cleaning Chemicals

Choose products that reduce your eco-impact and waste. We are happy to recommend our favorite green solutions for everything from cleaning your restrooms to polishing your floors. Contact us today to start the conversation!

Check Certifications

Store shelves are overflowing with products that claim to be green, but how do you know which claims to trust? Always look from certifications from reputable organizations, like Green Seal or the US Green Building Council. When you see these seals, you’ll know you can trust products to reduce your environmental impact.

Check Out Our Green Cleaning Resources

Visit our green cleaning page to learn more about all the ways we can help you create a more eco-friendly, efficient cleaning program!

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