GREENER CLEANER PLAN
Everyone knows businesses free of dust, dirt and grime are visually appealing, which is essential to success. Beyond the visual benefits, cleaning is also key to maintaining a safe, healthy indoor environment. Are your cleaning products and practices environmentally friendly? Now is a great time to take inventory and evaluate your cleaning routine.
Here are some choices to keep in mind when thinking about your company’s cleaning strategy.
With the right outdoor mats, you can stop a lot of debris from coming in. For example, a scraper mat used with a classic mat traps up to 85% of dust and dirt that would otherwise be tracked through your doorway. Less dirt means less cleaning and chemicals.
Reach for wet mops that are antimicrobial to reduce bacteria buildup, not to mention odor. And using dry mops helps pick up and trap dust and dirt. The right combination of mops can contribute to a safer and healthier environment.
Look for cleaning supplies with safer chemical ingredients. The EPA designates this group of cleaners with a Safer Choice label. These products help protect the environment and are safer for employees and customers – all without sacrificing quality of performance.
Cleaning Around Food
Make sure you’re using cleaners that have been certified safe for use in food establishments. Products that have the NSF logo have been tested by an independent certification company and meet strict standards for public health protection. NSF focuses on public health, safety and environmental quality.
Our full line of cleaning supplies can you help maintain your facility and reduce your environmental footprint:
- All Purpose Cleaner – Meets Safer Choice/NSF C1 (cleaner for non-food processing areas)
- Glass & Surface Cleaner – Meets Safer Choice/NSF C1 (cleaner for non-food processing areas)
- Heavy Duty Degreaser – NSF A1 (general cleaner in and around food processing areas); NSF A8 (degreaser in and around food processing areas)
- Sink Sanitizer – EPA registered; NSF D2 (does not require a potable water rinse on food contact surfaces)
- Pot and Pan Detergent – Meets Safer Choice/NSF A1 (general cleaner in and around food processing areas)
- Hard Surface Sanitizer – EPA registered; NSF D2 (does not require a potable water rinse on food contact surfaces)
- Multi Purpose Disinfectant Cleaner – EPA registered; NSF D1 (always requires a potable water rinse in and around food processing areas); NSF C1 (cleaner for non-food processing areas)
Whether you are looking to revamp or add to your existing cleaning program, let us help you choose products that give you the best return on your investment – financially and environmentally. Contact us today!
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