Use Cleaning Equipment
We developed our signature “PMI Green Solutions” because we saw a need to help our customers understand and participate in the green cleaning practices that have become available.
Since 2004 we have been committed to seeking out and teaming with manufacturers on the cutting edge in the greening industries.
By utilizing our “6 Step-Program for Going Green”, you will be cleaning your home and office with minimal harm to yourself and the environment. Talk to one of our service professionals to teach you the best options for your lifestyle. You can also utilize one or more of our onsite cleaning services to keep your home or office as clean as can be.
Green Cleaning is cleaning to protect health without hurting our environment. Our earth friendly cleaning solutions are simple, yet highly effective. If you have been looking for a safe and effective alternative to conventional cleaning products and are ready to make changes in your home or office for a greener and healthier living and working space, start with small changes that not only promote a healthy home, but a healthy planet. Use Paper Products made
with Recycled Fiber
Post-consumer fiber (PCF) is paper material that has been thrown away and recycled after someone has used it. It was once the paper that contained a memo, book report, catalogue, instruction manual. After this paper was no longer useful, someone happily recycled it, making it possible for most of those paper fibers to return to you as an Eco-Products, toilet paper, paper towel, hot cup or container. Employ High-Performance
Green matting systems not only capture soils, moisture, and contaminants, but also store them. Whereas a conventional rental-type mat can quickly become saturated with soil and moisture and become ineffective, a high-performance green matting system contains the soil and moisture until they are removed safely and with minimal environmental impact with proper cleaning. Use Microfiber Technology
for Mopping & Wiping
Why Should I Use Microfiber Cloths and/or Microfiber Mops?Microfiber is a lint-free, non-abrasive, and hypoallergenic product that allows you to clean without the use of chemicals. Unlike traditional cotton and paper wiping products or cotton mops that tend to push or smear dirt and grime, microfiber actually gets underneath the dirt and germs, lifting them from the surface and trapping them until the cloth or mop is laundered. For this reason, chemicals are not needed. Microfiber is very absorbent and can hold up to seven times its weight in moisture -- this is what makes microfiber mops and microfiber cloths even more special. Microfiber dust cloths are safe on all surfaces. Microfiber can be used with a diluted disinfectant. If you choose to use chemicals, you can use less by diluting the chemical with water Use Cleaning Equipment
with Less Environment Impact
Green Cleaning is defined as cleaning to protect health without harming the environment. For example by using high efficiency vacuums which capture potentially harmful microscopic materials and operate at a lower decibel level, you achieve better results. Look for floor machines that effectively minimize the use of water and chemicals. Efficient and well maintained cleaning equipment uses less energy and can operate at lower cleaning costs. Develop Low Environmental
Impact Cleaning Habits
A Green Cleaning Program goes beyond chemical and equipment choices. It includes policies, procedures, training and shared responsibility efforts that minimize the impact of cleaning materials on the health of the occupants and protect the environment as a whole. Put your eco-happy gloves on and clean with green products. Whether you buy environmentally friendly, biodegradable contained cleaning products from the store or make your own cleaning concoctions, keeping your kitchen non-toxic might be the best thing for you and your family’s health. From counter disinfectant to dish soap, scrub your home clean with natural products. Use Closed-Loop Products
The Closed-Loop system begins with an originally manufactured product. Once the product is consumed or reaches the end of its life, the spent container or product itself is collected through a take-back program. The product is then re-used or recycled into a new or similar product - having no container or product reach the landfill.
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