is a powerful tool that helps take the guesswork out of the equation and increases the odds of outsourcing success.
Watch the video below demonstrating the benefits to specifying CIMS.
CIMS provides facility managers and purchasers with a powerful, pre-qualification tool that is both free and easy-to-use. CIMS certification increases the odds of outsourcing success, offers a level of assurance that a cleaning organization’s management systems and operations are structured to deliver consistently high-quality service, and identifies a true commitment to meeting one’s expectations.
Why choose LEED?
LEED certification is recognized across the globe as the premier mark of achievement in green building.
If you’re serious about saving money, conserving energy, reducing water consumption, improving indoor air quality, making better building material choices, and driving innovation, then LEED is the best choice. Bar none.
Third-party certification verifies that your project is designed, built and operating the way it was intended. It is also your first step toward managing your building through its entire lifecycle.
Behind the LEED program is an immense infrastructure developed to support the leaders in the industry as they innovate and create cutting-edge, high performance buildings. We make significant investments each year to maintain, operate and improve LEED and its delivery. No other rating system has an infrastructure that comes close.
LEED-certified buildings cost less to operate, reducing energy and water bills by as much as 40%. Businesses and organizations across the globe use LEED to increase the efficiency of their buildings, freeing up valuable resources that can be used to create new jobs, attract and retain top talent, expand operations and invest in emerging technologies.
LEED buildings have faster lease-up rates and may qualify for a host of incentives like tax rebates and zoning allowances. Not to mention they retain higher property values.
Clarke Green Certified Equipment
As more and more facility managers realize the benefits of environmentally-friendly and health-conscious cleaning, “green cleaning” is becoming a growing movement in the cleaning industry. But what does green cleaning really mean? And how can Clarke’s floor cleaning equipment help your business clean “green”?
As a leading manufacturer of “green” floor-cleaning equipment, Clarke® is committed to offering products that meet or exceed industry and government standards for green cleaning. Clarke’s knowledge of equipment and the industry can help you interpret green cleaning standards and assist with:
• Increasing productivity and reducing the cost of labor
• Reducing impact on the environment
• Improving indoor air quality, and
• Helping people live and work safely
Clarke® focuses its product development on increasing productivity and reducing labor input. By going green, you can create a healthier and happier environment. Everyone from building occupants to janitorial staff experience fewer incidents of allergies, headaches and nausea in buildings that implement green cleaning practices. Healthier employees translate to increased productivity and profitability for everyone involved. More and more, green cleaning is becoming synonymous with effective and efficient cleaning.
We offer EcoLogo certified products
What is EcoLogo certification? EcoLogo is North America’s most widely recognized and respected certification of environmental leadership. By setting standards and certifying products in more than 120 categories, EcoLogo helps you identify, trust, buy, and sell environmentally preferable goods and services.
Recognized for its focus on a broad range of sustainability factors, EcoLogo is North America’s most respected benchmark of environmentally friendly products and services. In fact, it’s the oldest certification standard in North America and 2nd oldest in the world.
SCA Tissue is proud to offer a wide assortment of EcoLogo certified Tork products to meet the needs you have and the quality your customers demand.
- It certifies products are made with a holistic approach and all steps of the life-cycle are included in the making of a “green” product.
- It addresses recycled content and chlorine-free bleaching processes.
- It includes “downstream” effects as well, including effluent content, air emissions, solid waste reduction, and energy consumption.
- The holistic approach to earning certification matches our philosophy of environmental stewardship.