The idea of green cleaning is to align with global environmental efforts. An overwhelming proportion of cleaning products use harsh chemicals which are bad for the planet and for our health.
Maintaining health and safety is the responsibility of employers, but some health risks may be less apparent than others. Not only is indoor air quality an ‘invisible’ culprit, it can deceive tests. Through a combination of toxins and pollutants, tests may not indicate any notable levels but combined, can lead to serious health issues.
With the terms cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting often being used interchangeably, there is room for confusion when opting for the best solution for your business. In a ‘post-pandemic' world, businesses are using products that eliminate viruses and pathogens, but with so many claims and options, it is important to differentiate between each.
Ever wonder how astronauts supply air to breathe in space shuttles? It's not like they can just open a window to let some air in right? Hint: through a technology that utilizes "hydroxls" to recycle and disinfect the air!