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Office 2.0: Redesigning spaces for COVID-19 sanitation and health

December 17, 2020 by  
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The Office in 2021: Redesigning spaces for sanitation and health The COVID-19 pandemic has forever transformed the way we look at the office, as the outbreak revealed our facilities’ major vulnerability to pathogens. In light of this, design and health experts are reimagining the office to better support our current needs for disinfection and social distancing. These changes focus on creating spaces focused on environmental hygiene. Some will require major infrastructural overhauls, like reconfiguring Read more [...]

Sustainability by the Numbers

August 24, 2017 by  
Filed under Blog, Green and Sustainable

Sustainability by the Numbers New survey outlines trends in green cleaning initiatives Sustainability programs are making major strides in the cleaning industry, according to the new tenth annual Clean Link Reader Survey. The report questioned custodial executives in diverse fields, including healthcare, commerce, hospitality, government and education. Results show a surprising influx in green practices, and a changing attitude towards sustainability. Explore the full breakdown below, and how Read more [...]

Creating Wellness at Work

Creating Wellness @ Work How to clean your way to a healthier office Today’s workplace feels primed for a wellness overhaul. Despite its celebrity trendiness, the wellness movement proves far more than super-fruit smoothies and 5-day cleansers. Instead, fostering wellness requires a closer examination of how our environment affects us. So for those living the 9-to-5 lifestyle, a healthy office becomes more important than ever. Fostering wellness at work need not become overwhelming with an effective Read more [...]

Countdown to Zero Waste

February 23, 2017 by  
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Countdown to Zero Waste Is zero waste possible in the office? “Zero waste” has become the latest buzzword in sustainability, thanks to popular bloggers like Lauren Singer -- famous for reducing four years' worth of personal waste to fill a mason jar on her website, Trash is for Tossers. But is this goal feasible for a commercial property, like an office? The communal demands of the workplace can create obstacles for this noble goal. Yet with a few tip, in collaboration with your cleaning Read more [...]

Is your Dust Dangerous?

Is your Dust Dangerous? New research shows everyday dust could hide serious health concerns Whether clouding windows or tucked between computer keyboards, dust remains a constant challenge for any cleaning program. But does dust prove more than just an unsightly annoyance? New research by the Milken Institute School of Public Health says that toxic chemicals could be lurking in everyday dust. These materials in particular may pose carcinogenic health risks for young children. So what makes Read more [...]

Not just a Welcome Mat

May 30, 2016 by  
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Not just a Welcome Mat Three tips on interior mats Interior mats can provide the perfect accent in a generic office space, injecting color and texture into the design scheme. But interior mats don't just look pretty; they play an essential role in maintaining the cleanliness and sanitation of commercial properties. So when picking materials, consider these factors for choosing the most durable and fuss-free option for your facility. Location, Location Placing a mat at entrances and exits may Read more [...]