Keeping your facility free of harmful pathogens is one of the top priorities of any long-term care facility. However, many of the harsh chemical cleaners often used can be harmful to vulnerable senior residents and staff.
Sustainable products have an important and wide-spread role to play in the agriculture industry and Green Science Solutions (GSS) is there to help. GSS is helping growers and processors implement a healthier, organic, more sustainable way to clean their facilities and equipment.
With the need to clean, sanitize and disinfect our homes more often than we ever have before, it’s critically important now more than ever to use safer alternatives to the toxic chemicals, dyes and fragrances found in popular cleaning products, like Lysol Disinfecting Wipes, Clorox bleach and even laundry detergents.
Floors are a “highway” when it comes to the spread of pathogens, especially in hospitals and long-term care facilities. Green Science Solutions introduces new disinfection technology.
The Minnesota Department of Health and the Food and Drug Administration have confirmed SAO as a surface sanitizer on food contact surfaces. Click to learn more.
We’re implementing the UVZone Shoe Sanitizing Station (SSS) in fire and police departments nationwide. The SSS kills viruses and bacteria up to 99.999%.
Green Science Solutions (GSS) announced a new partnership with OMNI Solutions aimed at making innovative technologies for cleaning and disinfecting water, surfaces and air more readily available to both business and consumers who are increasingly seeking effective, environmentally-friendly solutions.
Green Science Solutions is proud to partner with Tersano Inc. and the 3M Company to offer a sustainable, verifiable cleaning process as an alternative to toxic chemicals.
See how World Taekwondo Academy incorporates safe, sustainable cleaning technology to protect their athletes and their Dojang
Jeff Peterson had a problem. Forced by the Coronavirus to use harsh chemicals to clean and disinfect the Church of St. Peter In North St. Paul, Minnesota. Peterson, the Chief of Staff, quickly noticed the effects those chemicals were having on his beloved church.