Weekly Cleaning News Round Up: Green Cleaning Audits; Earth Day Eco-Hotels; and Millennials Like Recycling

Weekly Cleaning News Round Up: Green Cleaning Audits; Earth Day Eco-Hotels; and Millennials Like Recycling

Welcome to our Weekly Cleaning News Round Up post from the Fresh Wave IAQ blog. As always, we have compiled all of the key cleaning news stories you will need to be the best cleaning professional possible. As a reminder, if you have any news that you would like for us to cover, please fill out our contact form and we will strongly consider running your story.

A Guide to Conducting a Green Cleaning Audit

Cleaning & Maintenance Management is offering this hands-on guide to help facility managers conduct a green cleaning audit.

Millennials Consider Recycling a Top Workplace Value

Over two-thirds of Millennials are so committed to sustainability issues they would be willing to give up social media for a week if everyone at their company recycled, according to a new study.

ISSA Launches DEAL Program

ISSA has kicked off phase two of the new Distributor Efficiency Analytics and Learning (DEAL) program, a comprehensive program that incorporates learning, analytics, and awards to help distributors benchmark their performance.

Clean Buildings Expo Debuts March 2018

An all new, innovative trade show for the commercial cleaning industry, Clean Buildings Expo makes its debut at the Baltimore Convention Center, March 21-22, 2018.

Six Exotic, Eco-Friendly Hotels for Earth Day

Vogue Magazine is offering this list of six exotic, eco-friendly hotels for your Earth Day 2017 travels.

Rezidor Hotel Group Launches Sustainability Targets for 2020

The Rezidor Hotel Group has recently released its 2016 Responsible Business report and unveiled its targets for 2020.

Hilton Garden Inn Donates Pillows to Animals in Need

One Hilton Garden Inn recently donated more than 100 pillows to the local SPCA.

3 Medical Conditions That Make You Smell Bad

This video titled, “3 Diseases That Make You Stink,” explains unusual body odors that are often a sign of a bigger problem.

 

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