It’s the first day of school for a brand new primary in East Auckland. Ormiston Primary School’s beautiful new facility will be kept looking shiny by a dedicated CrestClean team on site daily. The new school’s construction follows in the footsteps of nearby Ormiston Senior College, the first New Zealand school to achieve a 5
That’s the verdict of a recent study from a team led by Dr Charles Gerba, a microbiologist at the University of Arizona, Tucson. The New Zealand Herald reported the findings yesterday, which were unveiled at a conference in Washington, DC. The study provides new insight into just how quickly a virus can spread around an
On Saturday, June 1, six Auckland franchisees attended an Induction and Training Day on using CrestClean’s innovative new Pure Water Window Cleaning System. Leo Wang, CrestClean’s expert instructor in this field, taught the franchisees everything they need to know about this environmentally friendly method of window cleaning that is revolutionising the industry. Leo has been
The following Media Release is a response to the United Cleaning Services employee who was photographed tipping dirty water from a ride-on floor-cleaning machine into a drain leading to the Waitemata Harbour. As reported here by the NZ Herald. Master Cleaners Training Institute Media Release: Friday 10 January 2014, 2:45pm The cleaner caught dumping dirty
A study by Dr. Bill Wolverton, a former research scientist at NASA, resulted in a comprehensive list of the most effective plants to remove toxic chemicals from our air. The recommendation of NASA is to use 15 to 18 good-sized houseplants in an 1,800-square-foot (170 m2) house/office. The plants listed below have been selected from Dr
A booming green sector is shown by the New River Green 50, NZ’s first definitive list of companies making money improving the environment. The Green 50 list ranks New Zealand companies helping the environment. With being awarded 11th place on the listing, CrestClean has been acknowledged as being a successful participant in the green economy.
The Green Cleaning movement has gained momentum around the world – there is strong demand from governments, companies and the public to encourage environmental sustainability. Green Cleaning involves using refined cleaning processes that utilise environmentally responsible cleaning products and energy saving processes. Many companies and organisations have set a charter to achieve a “triple bottom
A 2004 Jones Lang LaSalle report “Commercial Property Going Green” states that property owners who implement Green building, sustainability, and sustainable development strategies will be rewarded with cost reductions including: • Lower waste disposal and water costs • Lower environmental and emission costs • Lower operations and maintenance costs With proper training and equipment and