Articles | Innovations, Trends & Technology

The New – What’s in It for You
Graeme Golucki | December 1, 2014

As you probably have noticed by now, has received quite the makeover. The new, revamped website launched about a month more

Keeping Chemicals Part of the Carpet Cleaning Equation
Leah Waldrop | November 2, 2014

Cleaning professionals involved in carpet care may not always pay sufficient attention to the chemicals they’re using. For example, years ago, more

Reduce Costs and Enhance Supply-Chain Accuracy
Leah Waldrop | June 25, 2013

Information-gathering systems and analytical tools have received little attention from the media. Yet a recent Bloomberg BusinessWeek survey found that these more

Brushing Up on Your Water Vocabulary
Doug Berjer | May 1, 2012

With last week’s observation of Earth Day, this is a good time for cleaning professionals to become more focused on water, more

Every Day Is Earth Day for the Cleaning Industry
Jolynn Kennedy | April 20, 2012

Earth Day was created 42 years ago by a small but passionate group of individuals that organized speeches and rallies throughout more

Taking Green Cleaning to Schools
Bill Balek | January 26, 2012

Environmental preferability, sustainability, “green,” reducing your environmental footprint … these terms have become part of our everyday lexicon as schools, businesses, households, more

Green Trends Not to Be Ignored
Bill Balek | January 26, 2012

Not so many years ago, distributors of commercial cleaning products would only venture to stock a handful of green chemical cleaners, more

Understanding Water Recycling Terminology
Doug Berjer | December 22, 2011

As water concerns mount around the globe, water recycling and reclamation practices are expected to become much more common in future more