Why Green Cleaning is Good for Your Business
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that Americans spend up to 90% of their time indoors. With today’s modern, energy efficient office buildings, the sealed air inside can contain 10 times more pollution than the air outside due to toxic emissions from building constituents, airborne mold, viruses, and other pollutants.Improved indoor air quality can directly contribute to good health and improved productivity. One way to improve the indoor office environment is to clean green. Green cleaning is defined as any method, product or service that has a diminished impact on our health and the environment, compared to conventional practices. Today’s green cleaning involves methods and products that promote safety, health and eco awareness. Click here to continue reading.