It is important in professional janitorial cleaning to take into account our carbon footprint, especially in the city of Houston, Texas, the highest pollution producing city in the United States. Houston is also, coincidentally, one of the top five largest business districts in the country. According to the U.S. Green Cleaning Council, commercial buildings are one of the heaviest consumers of natural resources, and account for a significant portion of greenhouse gas emissions. So not only is Houston number one in pollution, but the high density of businesses is a large contribution to that fact.
Now then. Maybe, at the end of the day, you don’t really care about green cleaning. It does sound a touch silly, and possibly political, and possibly even nonsense. And you may be right. Maybe the efforts of individual businesses won’t really make a difference, and quite possibly green cleaning is a fad that will prove to be futile. But I guarantee, as a business, that you DO care about the bottom line of costs, everyone does and it is not anything to be ashamed of.
Because of this, Accredited Building Services has taken steps to create a sustainable green program and effective products that can impact a facility’s contribution to growing problem. We would like to ensure that not only is our mark on society a clean one, but also to use green products and services in a way that will reduce production costs.
So why not? If these processes will keep your faculties looking professionally clean, save your company money, and have the potential to help aid the bigger picture, then it shouldn’t be a particularly hard decision. We can work with you to implement green (or not) cleaning schedules to suit your organizational needs.
Give us a call today at 281-578-2296 for a free appraisal today.