Consider microfiber towels for cleaning. Just how good are these tools? Well, if they are used correctly, microfiber products are still one of the best cleaning concept in years. Compared to the typical cloths used in cleaning services, they capture and hold more dirt and debris that cotton or other fabrics. In some comparisons, microfiber cloths can hold as much as 400% more debris than other cloths.
Enviro Resources ll, Inc. hosted an on-site education class for 10 of their employees at their location in Naperville, IL.
“My crew has done an amazing job embracing these changes,” notes Baidwan. “We’re reaping the benefits not only for ourselves as a crew, but our buildings are in great shape. We get, on average, close to 30 emails a month from building occupants saying thank you for doing such a good job.”
Two major employers in Fayette, Missouri have both earned their Silver EHS certifications from GCI in the past 30 days. This advancement in professional education for these facility maintenance staff individuals, will have an impact on the health of not only the student populations at these institutions of learning, but their staff, visitors and community at large.
Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools, (PC4HS) has recognized GCI as their offical "Green Cleaning" educational component for thier progressive practices program.
CSI International earned GOLD EHS certification at the close of 2014 for their efforts at a downtown, multi-story facility. Pictured here are Rob Anderson, Deanna Harris and Kathy Kelly-Gross with their GCI certificate and window sticker.
The City of Newport News, Virginia earned Silver EHS certification from GCI as the result of their facility maintenance staff taking the GCIC Technician course over the past 60 days. In addition to frontline staff passing the required courses via the GCI online learning platform, members of management took and passed the Executive course as well.
The City of Columbia, Columbia, Missouri has now advanced their GCI certification status from Silver level to Gold level. In doing so, the City of Columbia has become the first municipality in the U.S. to earn this level of distinction.
The City of Columbia, Missouri has now advanced their GCI certification status from Silver to Gold level. In doing so, the City of Columbia has become the first municipality in the U.S. to earn this level of distinction.
Rolla High School was the first school to earn Gold EHS Schools certification in 2013 with 625 points. This past month, they renewed this certification and improved their numbers on the EHS Dashboard to 840.
Chris Headrick at RHS resently had this to say,