Tag Archives: Environmentally Friendly

Connection between cleanliness and productivity

Studies have shown a connection between an unclean work environment and lower employee productivity in that space. A business or work place that has dust, dirt and grime build-up along the walls, baseboards/moldings and in corners as well as dirty/burnt-out light fixtures and smelly trash bins adversely affects the attitude and concentration of employees. An … Continue reading Connection between cleanliness and productivity

Indoor Air Quality Improvement

With another harsh allergy season ahead, taking measures to reduce allergens in your workplace is more important than ever. In our area, the fall months bring moisture and new sources of allergens in the workplace. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has six recommendations for improving indoor air quality and reducing allergy symptoms: Control … Continue reading Indoor Air Quality Improvement

A Closer Look at What’s in Dust

  The dust that settles on office furnishings may seem insignificant, unless you know what it’s actually made of. Particles from the indoors and outdoors combine to form what we see as dust. Indoor particles include skin cells (humans lose 30,000 to 40,000 dead skin cells every minute) and fiber from carpet, furniture and clothes. … Continue reading A Closer Look at What’s in Dust