Eco-Friendly Solutions: Sustainable Commercial Cleaning in Dorset

23 05 2024
Eco-Friendly Solutions: Sustainable Commercial Cleaning in Dorset

Cleaning schedules and the benefits of clean commercial spaces are always at the top of the list when it comes to implementing commercial cleaning solutions for your workspace. And thoughts of sustainability and the environment don't tend to enter the mind. However, they should, as cleaning practices, like everything else, will have their impact on the environment.

The chemicals within cleaning products, the carbon footprint of making equipment and the materials going to landfills once used all lead to commercial cleaning hurting the surrounding environment.

However, sustainable commercial cleaning is a solution. In this blog, we dive into what sustainable cleaning is and its benefits.

What Is Sustainable Cleaning?

Sustainable cleaning focuses on implementing practices that use environmentally friendly products to reduce the impact on the environment.

These practices don't risk the quality of cleaning. They will clean just as thoroughly, and their products will work just as well, but their services will minimise your ecological footprint.

Sustainable Cleaning Solutions

There are three key aspects to sustainable commercial cleaning.

  1. Environmentally friendly products - One of the most important parts of sustainable cleaning is using the right products. These will be natural products that are free from harsh chemicals, toxins and synthetic fragrances.
  2. Waste management - Ensure you have a waste management system in place that will enable you to recycle as much as possible. This will reduce the waste going to landfill.
  3. Water saving - Switch taps off when you don't need water to reduce water consumption.

Benefits Of Sustainable Cleaning

Aside from the obvious environmental impact that sustainable cleaning can have, there are several benefits to eco-friendly commercial cleaning.

  • Healthier workspace - Natural cleaning products won't have the same harmful chemicals that other cleaners have. This can reduce the risk of triggering allergies, respiratory issues or other health conditions. Limiting the chemicals within the workspace can create a healthier environment to work in.
  • Enhanced air quality - Chemical cleaning products release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air. These decrease the quality of air in the space. However, sustainable and eco-friendly products usually don't contain these compounds and, therefore won't impact the air quality in the same way.
  • Environmental impact - Eco-friendly cleaning products also don't have the same toxic substances and often require less water and energy to work. 

At Dorset Commercial Cleaning, we can provide a sustainable commercial cleaning service using eco-friendly products and practices so that you can benefit from the above.

Our Sustainable Cleaning Service

If you are interested in sustainable commercial cleaning, get in touch with the experts at Dorset Commercial Cleaning.

We can provide thorough commercial cleaning for a range of sectors, including offices, medical clinics, manufacturing facilities, retail spaces, leisure and entertainment buildings and marina and yacht clubs.

There are a number of reasons why businesses choose us in Dorset. Our teams are highly trained to ensure they carry out work to the highest standards and meet the specific requirements of your business.

We tailor our services to your needs, cleaning the areas set out by you on a schedule that best suits you; whether you need a daily clean, weekly clean or a one-off service, we can provide it.

Our service also includes an information book, which will include our contact information and details about the service we provide. Communication is key to our service, so this allows us to ensure you are kept informed about what we are doing.

Contact our team today at 01202 986700 to learn more or book our sustainable cleaning services. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form, and we will get back in touch with you.

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