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Schools nationwide are under tight budgetary pressure. Many are also facing requirements that learning environments be greener, cleaner and healthier.
Outsourcing your school’s cleaning needs to ServiceMaster Clean® can help on both fronts. Our patent-pending efficient cleaning process produces a cleaner indoor environment. It also reduces cleaning time, ultimately saving you money. Plus, our environmentally friendly cleaning products can help make your school a healthier place, helping to improve student and staff performance.
By taking the hassle out of “greening” your school, your students and staff can enjoy the benefits of environmentally friendly cleaning—without busting your school’s budget.
When green cleaning is implemented, schools often reduce the number of health problems among teachers, students and staff, cutting down on absenteeism, and even improving student performance.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
Our proprietary Green For® products and patent-pending Capture and Removal Cleaning® system help remove more airborne particulate matter, improving indoor air quality measurably, helping reduce factors that exacerbate childhood asthma and allergies.
Reduced Sick Building/School Syndrome
According to the EPA, switching from traditional cleaning agents to non-toxic green cleaning products such as the ones developed by ServiceMaster Clean® can help reduce upper respiratory illnesses, chronic headaches, stomachaches, and the exacerbation of asthma that interfere with learning and teaching.
ServiceMaster Elite Cleaning Services offer an array of supplemental services to support your staff in completing projects as well as addressing backlogs and deadlines.
Our Specialty Services department stands by to service your immediate and long term supplemental service needs.
Should the need arise, we also provide Disaster Restoration Services including Water Damage Cleanup, Fire and Smoke Damage Mitigation, and Mold Remediation.
*Source: Healthy School Environment and Enhanced Educational Performance, The Case of Charles Young Elementary School, Washington, D.C., Carpet & Rug Institute, January 2002.