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Written by : , Category : Industry, Service, Tips , Date : March 30, 2018 , Comments Off on Cleaning Industry Goes Green

Businesses under the facility maintenance sector such as those offering industrial cleaning in Sydney are now getting more aware of the impact of industry in the environment therefore they are turning to green cleaning. The problem, according to industry experts, is that going green is no longer enough because creating a more sustainable environment is the ideal solution which means they should take a step back and focus on the materials. This is not only cost-effective but it also boosts competition. The materials sourcing, manufacturing, distribution, how it is used, recycled and finally disposed should be reassessed.

Thanks to technology, there are now countless opportunities by which to meet the demand for a sustainable industry practice. David IHolly who is known as Green Cleaning Network’s deputy director, believed that more opportunities are present to contractors because of green cleaning. For businesses, you will lose out on many of these opportunities if you are not using green chemicals or following green practices while at work.

There are now bigger challenges because the consumers are also smarter than before. They now have the internet at the palm of their hands and they can easily read on more information regarding sustainability. Therefore many are not impressed with green cleaning alone but they want to know how a certain facility ensures that they follow a sustainable way of practice.

One of the breakthroughs of technology in cleaning is the ability to recycle water. Cleaning uses a lot of water and therefore it is something that should be thought about in order to help conserve it. Every step of the way where water is required, it should be done in a way that can help reduce water consumption. This is becoming more important now because of the drought experienced by many places. As a solution, grey and recycled water was developed. Grey water comes from the showers, rain runoff, washing machines and sinks while recycled water is the result of treating grey water in order to be safe for human consumption.

Technology is also making way for engineered water to be used by companies offering industrial cleaning in Sydney which is intended to be used as cleaning solution. With this solution, water can be used on site without the need to build anything and with no intention of wasting water.