Do you ever find yourself feeling confused or overwhelmed when it comes to green cleaning? Learn the following terms to help yourself become a green expert! Certification: Process in which a company has a third party (usually non-profit) assess their … Continue reading →
If school facilities affect learning, why do so many schools have a dated approach to the cleaning of their buildings? Through the implementation of green cleaning, schools have the opportunity to directly influence the health and safety of their students … Continue reading →
There is no clear-cut, definitive way to determine whether or not a product is green; however there are certain aspects to consider. Typically ecofriendly items are ones that use less energy, are from recycled materials, and come with less packaging. … Continue reading →
When it comes to at-home natural cleaners, vinegar and baking soda seem to be the two star players. What many do not know is that a lesser known player, borax, is key to successful environmentally-friendly at-home cleaning. Unlike baking soda … Continue reading →
Green cleaning is a practice that shouldn’t stop at the office, but should be done at home as well. Certain commercial green cleaners can be expensive when purchasing for personal use. There are many at home substitutes that you can … Continue reading →
The open house went extremely well and I am very pleased with how the building turned out. We heard three hundred positive comments about the building. Definitely thank your people for me; they all did a very professional and outstanding job, from Chris to Dan and the couple that clean the building and the carpet cleaners, everyone stepped up and I/we here at Melink are very grateful for your support. This event would not have been as successful without all of your outstanding work. Thanks again.