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Everyone knows how to make orange juice from concentrate. Mix 1 container of concentrate with 3 containers of water. No heavy math is involved and pretty much anybody can follow these directions.
Pollution as all to common from janitorial service providers. This is the first in our series of polluting pictures - “Ring around the building.”
Read this article for a breakdown of the crazy ideas one company is trying to sell to protect their customers from the flu virus.
Those fancy touch-free dispensers you see everywhere are nice. And they are expensive. Or are they? It turns out, that over the lifetime of the touchless dispensers there is a good chance for you to save money both directly and indirectly.
Here in Savannah, Georgia, General James Oglethorpe built the city with the vision for future expansion. It is beautifully laid out with 21 (currently) squares that provide open space, structure, and aesthetics to the area. Savannah has grown quite a lot since the first squares were laid in 1733, but it is still easy to [...]
Many people are promoting green cleaning including building owners, facility managers, chemical manufacturers, and industry associations. But what about distributors? How do they feel about green cleaning?
Connecticut is considering green cleaning in schools but the language in the article is misleading. Read on to read between the lines of this article.
Previously, one of my articles was published that listed the Top 10 questions you should ask your prospective green janitorial vendor. But, in the time since, I realized that there was a big one missing. Read on for the 11th question!
Happy Earth Day! Companies, and individuals, around the world are celebrating, educating and recognizing employees for their efforts. Many recycling, reduction and re-use programs are being kicked off which is a great thing. But I doubt that many green or sustainable janitorial companies are starting new accounts today, yet green janitorial services [...]
Welcome to The Dirt, the new blog from Eat My Dust. We will bring clarity, understanding, and a bit of humor to the world of commercial cleaning. Between new tools and techniques, misconceptions, confusing products, competitors and greenwashing there is quite a bit of ground to cover.
The world of janitorial is [...]