Many companies in Jidan Cleaning’s industry talk about “going green,” but what does it really mean? To us, finding ways to incorporate cleaning methods and supplies that are kind to your employees’ work environment is what being green should be all about. We also aim to be thoughtful toward those of your employees with allergies or chemical sensitivities. With Jidan Cleaning on-site, you’ll never experience the industrial smell that is the tell-tale sign of harsh cleaning products.
P&G Professional Cleaning™ Products
As mentioned on our Routine Cleaning page, we understand the value of clean and only use the best to combat sickness-spreading germs and bacteria in your work environment: P&G Professional™ cleaning products provide “white glove” standards entrusted by kid-friendly nonprofits and family-friendly recreational facilities as well as Fortune 500 enterprises. Our cleaning solutions kill almost 100% of the common bacteria most likely to visit your workplace through human illness or tainted food.
Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle
Jidan Cleaning incorporates commonsense ways to reuse, reduce, and recycle by not changing your trash can bags and wastebasket liners nightly unless full or filthy. Additionally, we minimize the waste created when using disposable paper towels by cleaning all surfaces with microfiber cloths. Microfiber is the ultimate green fabric because it doesn’t rely on chemicals to do the actual cleaning. It loosens dust and dirt from surfaces while simultaneously removing them. Because this non-woven fabric dries faster than traditionally woven or knitted cloths, retention of germs and bacteria is diminished. This translates into a safer and more hygienic environment for your employees. Microfiber cloths are much more durable than cotton rags and can be washed an average of 200-300 times before losing their effectiveness. Although microfiber cloths aren’t biodegradable, we never throw ours out. We recycle by donating them to organizations such as the Salvation Army or Goodwill for eventual repurposing into insulation and cushioning materials.
As a forward-thinking company, Jidan Cleaning continues to explore ways to reduce its carbon footprint while servicing clients. We read articles from authoritative online sources like GreenBiz and Treehugger. We’re also familiar with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED program (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design). Our goal is to implement all this knowledge where it matters most: your work environment. At Jidan Cleaning, being green isn’t just a color we talk about – we do our part each day to fulfill our promise to treat planet Earth well.