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Healthy workplaces

The EPA estimates that Americans, on average, spend about 90% or more of their time indoors, and indoor air pollutant levels can be anywhere from 5 to 100 times higher than outdoor air pollution. learn more

These pollutants cost approximately $60 billion annually in reduced worker productivity in the United States. learn more

The chemicals and equipment used in regular building maintenance negatively impacts not only the natural environment, but also your employees. Choosing “green” non-toxic  options for cleaning, paints, adhesives, and air fresheners  is a simple way to improve indoor air quality.

Benefits

  • Healthier employees
  • A more productive work environment
  • Reduced toxic chemicals sent into water system
  • Potential cost savings on equipment and supplies