At AMPM Facility Services, we recognize the growing importance of environmental responsibility and we are proud to present our "FacilityGREEN" Program for your cleaning needs. Poor quality indoor air can produce health effects ranging from headaches and dry eyes to nausea, dizziness, and fatigue. We all want to work in an office environment that is comfortable, clean and safe. An important part of ensuring good indoor air quality in Federal facilities is choosing cleaning products that have a reduced impact on human health and the environment. We call these green cleaners. Every day, we clean and maintain your facility with these considerations in mind.
You can also go green with cleaning supplies and tools. Microfiber dusting cloths and flat mops outperform traditional materials and can often be used to remove soils without the need for chemical compounds. Microfiber captures and removes pollutants instead of just moving them around. This miracle of technology can be laundered and reused, minimizing waste.
At AMPM Facility Services, Green Cleaning is…
- About examining our entire process of cleaning
- Developing a plan & the procedures to implement the plan
- Executing the plan & measuring the results
A properly designed and implemented plan will have a positive impact on the cleanliness of your facility, and the health of its occupants.
Green Cleaning is more than buying environmentally responsible chemicals, paper and machines- it also means improving a facility’s Indoor air quality (IAQ). Good IAQ provides a healthier and more productive work environment. We have the procedures, products and tools. We have the system to help improve Indoor Air Quality.
Our FacilityGREEN program combines the certified cleaning chemicals and microfiber application tools with procedures to help complete a cleaning program certified for Indoor Air Quality.
These four cleaning products complete our Indoor Air Quality certified cleaning system.
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Microfiber technology has been proven over and over again to pick up and retain more dust and dirt particles than traditional paper or cotton products.
Where desired, the FacilityGREEN program can help those interested in pursuing LEED-EB certification.