In almost all cases, cleaning up is a good thing. If you’re a facility manager, you know that cleaning up spills or disposing of garbage properly not only enhances the looks of a building, it also prevents the occurrence of accidents or the spread of infection.
However, in some instances, cleaning can actually do more harm than good.
Cleaning and water usage are practically inseparable. However, the same water that you use to scrub floors is water that can be used elsewhere. Unfortunately, many facilities are not aware of how much water they use in their maintenance activities. They inadvertently contribute to the country’s water supply problems by not monitoring their usage. Read more on TotalCleanEquip.com blog page.