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Green Cleaning


GREEN Cleaning Programs at Flair Building Services
We strive to help our clients become green, or at the very least head in a greener direction. With the ever-increasing demand for greener facilities, green products and services have become far more affordable. Flair Building Maintenance has invested a great deal into becoming a company that can provide every aspect of Green cleaning.


We work with our vendors and belong to number of organizations to insure that we are on the cutting edge of Green cleaning. We can also play a major role in your property attaining its LEED certification.


What is LEED?
LEED means Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. It is the point system awarded to buildings that are built and/or operated with environmental responsibility in mind.


LEED certified buildings benefit from government incentives, marketing possibilities and increased property values. LEED certification is a process that requires continuing education and we look forward to the possibility of working with you to fill your goals. For those clients that don’t intend to pursue LEED certification Flair Building Services can still implement a very effective Green program. For example, we use micro fiber products whenever possible. A large portion of the equipment we use on site also meets the Green requirements. For example, the Pro-Team back pack vacuums we use to clean offices and common areas are Green Seal certified. We will work closely with you to insure your building is cleaned in the most effective Green methods possible.


Green Cleaning Overview

On average, Americans spend about 90 percent of their days indoors. EPA studies indicate that human exposure to air pollutants indoors can be 2-5 times higher than outdoor levels. Poor quality indoor air can produce some negative health effects. An important part of ensuring good indoor air quality is to combine building improvements with proper cleaning products and processes.


There are many aspects of compliance with Green Cleaning and LEED Certification. We can help impact and affect a number of items that support this process. They include:

  • Recycled disposable products

  • Equipment

  • Chemicals

  • Service delivery process; how to clean more “green”


Recycled Products

We propose the use of high quality products made with a sensible amount of recycled material. These higher-quality and better-performing products allow users to use less. Obviously, when fewer products are consumed then less waste heads to the landfill, which is a positive impact on the environment. Products that create less waste, require less packaging, dispense more effectively and last longer enable our customer to use less.


Green Equipment
Another aspect of fulfilling the Green portion of the cleaning process is to use equipment that meets Green and LEED standards. These requirements include the following characteristics:

HEPA filtration vacuums

Low emissions, dust control enhanced, quiet battery burnishers

Extractors that use minimal water and allow for quick drying times

Floor stripping machines that use less chemical and provide less
exposure to employees

Low noise, high filtration ergonomic vacuum quarterback


Green Chemicals
Flair Building Maintenance currently uses numerous Green Chemical programs. These programs consist of products, procedures and equipment designed to have a reduced environmental impact while maintaining superior performance. Our chemical program is predicated on cleaning for health and the environment. We can clean almost every surface with a Green Product. The chemicals are now on par and in some cases exceed products used in the past.


Green Cleaning Service Process
By the Service Process we mean that the way we clean must best utilize the Green Chemicals and Equipment we have put in place. The Cleaning Process includes:

Cleaning techniques that promote the most efficient use of products such as training on the proper amount of product to use and proper wiping motion for certain tasks.


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