Get Green! How to Sustainably Clean a Convention Center
April 20, 2022
April 20, 2022
Even in areas as large and widely trafficked as convention centers, custodial teams explore and implement eco-friendly sanitation practices.
Let’s explore some of the newest developments in convention center sanitation.
Many janitorial services have started employing more environmentally friendly cleaning agents. Harsh chemical components are no longer necessary to ensure a hygienic environment for convention center guests. Concentrated green cleaners are not only designed to be diluted (which extends the life of the product), but the use of eco-safe agents also helps to improve the air quality in convention centers.
Water conservation is a fundamental goal in sustainable cleaning practices. For example, installing water-saving restroom features (like sinks and toilets) and motion activation capabilities can decrease waste throughout the event building.
Touchless cleaning features, like electrostatic sprayers, also assist custodial teams in reducing their water usage during cleaning sessions.
Additionally, replacing water-wasting custodial equipment with more environmentally innovative tools is applicable for mops and vacuum systems.
Technological advancements go hand in hand with green janitorial services. For example, custodial teams can use smart devices to monitor traffic throughout convention centers, notify team members when repairs or sanitation services are needed, and keep hygienic items adequately stocked.
Touchless devices like toilet flush indicators, sinks, doors, and hand sanitizer dispensers limit the accumulation of bacteria on surfaces, reducing the amount of cleaning solution needed to ensure adequate sanitation.
Keeping convention centers clean can be accomplished without causing unnecessary water waste, air pollution, or increasing the volume of plastics and paper in landfills. In addition, green cleaning implementation provides custodial teams with solutions that satisfy hygiene demands and reduces our carbon footprint.