Green Cleaning

Green Cleaning is a Top Priority at Sunshine

Using Green Cleaning products and procedures ensures that we protect Sunshine employees, the employees of our customers and all visitors and occupants of the facilities we service.

Certain cleaning products can contain harmful chemicals that contaminate the environment and endanger human health. Our Green Cleaning program strives to reduce these health, safety, and environment risks through the selection of alternative products, the proper use of those products and detailed cleaning steps that reduce risks while maintaining a satisfactory level of cleanliness and disinfection.

Our goal is to deliver exceptionally clean and sanitary environments for all our customers through the use of environmentally sensitive cleaning products.  Being both Earth and human friendly is our top priority. Our official Green Cleaning Policy affirms our commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability. It’s a program that goes beyond a written policy to reflect our deep commitment to purchasing Green cleaning solutions and equipment, training our staff on Green processes and working diligently every single day to practice environmentally conscious cleaning and sanitation procedures.

Turning Green is a Serious Commitment

Here’s how we do it:

  • We are determined to move away from toxic and “hazardous” petrochemical products. We choose bio-based cleaning products, our research tells us provide health and safety benefits to indoor environments while enhancing air quality.
  • Our choice of distillate bio-based products means these cleaning solutions are derived from a renewable source,
  • Our commitment to green does not stop at the purchase of basic cleaning products. We purchase and use green products in all phases of our operations, including adhesives, carpeting, copying machine fluids, flooring, furniture, office supplies, paint, and stationery supplies, just to name a few.
  • We also work with suppliers and vendors in a conscious effort to reduce packaging and waste through bulk purchase programs, use of concentrates, smart dispensing systems, consolidating delivery trips and improving inventory methods.