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The term “Green Cleaning” refers to cleaning methods and products with environmentally friendly ingredients designed to preserve human and environmental health.
Switching to green cleaning products is good for the health and well being of your people, yourself and it also prevents unnecessary chemicals from being released into the environment.
Here, at Vesta - an extraordinary cleaning company, we value our planet and strive to reduce waste and toxic emissions in all our endeavors. We aim to only use products free of chemically reactive and toxic agents that can cause respiratory and dermatological problems for both our clients and staff when possible. We are also dedicated to recycling and lessening the use of wasteful products such as paper towels. We use microfiber cloths for dusting and other re-usable materials which get the job done right each time but are much friendlier for our clients and our planet.
It is our belief at Vesta that all efforts put into conserving the environment count towards a healthier population for the future. We are dedicated to the Green Cleaning approach and its implementation in on a daily basis. Through intensive training, our staff and crews are educated with environmentally preferred products, cutting edge equipment and procedures that all meet the industry standards.
This is an understandable concern for many businesses.
The good news is that green cleaning products don’t have to be more expensive. Prices have come down a lot, and many green cleaning products can be found at places like Safeway, Target, or Costco for almost the same price as conventional products.
Here are four common purchasing strategies that businesses should use to keep costs down:
Buying in bulk – buying products in bulk will save you both time and money.
Streamlining purchases – most businesses need just an all-purpose cleaner and a bathroom cleaner, so reducing your purchasing to eliminate unnecessary purchases will help to reduce costs.
Buying concentrated products – many institutional cleaning products and some consumer products are available in concentrated versions, which might cost a bit more upfront, but will save money in the long run.
Centralizing purchasing – when we evaluate cleaning products, businesses sometimes find that they have more than they need because different people are purchasing products; coordinating purchasing so that it’s only being handled by one or two people helps to avoid unnecessary or duplicate purchases.