Green cleaning's effect on indoor air quality

March 23, 2017

Those trusted with cleaning healthcare facilities should look for products that are green certified by at least two certification organizations, according to an article on the McKnight's website.
 
One certification addresses green issues specifically and the other addressed concerns about indoor air quality and VOCs. 
 
This dual certification and is increasingly common in the professional cleaning industry.
 
As more cleaning products for use in long-term care and healthcare facilities are dual certified, cleaning professionals can rest assured that they are keeping their facilities green and the air inside, healthy and VOC free, the article said.
 
 
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