Back in 2018, I tagged along on a sales call to an elementary school to learn about chemical free cleaning. Being new to the technology, I was still quite skeptical about the need for sustainable cleaning solutions, but visiting that school completely changed my perspective.
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.
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.
With more cleaning and disinfecting protocols than ever before, schools are becoming increasingly concerned about the ramifications of frequently cleaning with chemicals, especially around kids and teachers who don’t have Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE.
It was then the pandemic exploded, and just when the new business owner didn’t think things could get any worse, Michigan’s state government shut studios down, leaving Erskine to deal with a situation that did not appear to have a desirable outcome.
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.
Like many retailers, Play It Again Sports franchise owner Rob Peterson was forced to close his doors when the Coronavirus pandemic hit. Unable to serve the public, Peterson used his forced “downtime” to educate himself on how his store could be better when it reopened.
Green Science Solutions Total Transportation to 3M’s LM-1, a handheld hygiene monitoring system that can quickly verify the effectiveness of Total Transportation’s new cleaning process.