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Your work environment is important to you and to your employees, co-workers and clients. It’s of utmost importance to us, which is why we at ServiceMaster Commercial Cleaning are Green Seal Certified. ServiceMaster Commercial Cleaning is a leader in eco-friendly cleaning. Ask us about our Green Seal Certification. We use non-toxic products and efficient, effective…

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Summer is in full bloom and so is allergy season. With another harsh allergy season underway, taking measures to reduce allergens in your workplace is more important than ever. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has six recommendations for improving indoor air quality and reducing allergy symptoms: Control dust mites. Keep surfaces clean and…

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Most offices are cleaned after business hours, when staff and customers are gone. Giving your office keys and security codes to a cleaning company is nerve-wracking. Here are five steps you can take to help ensure your belongings and data are secure: 1. Ask what measures the cleaning company takes to ensure the safety and…

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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…

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Research has shown that improving the work environment can boost employee productivity and happiness. And happier, more productive employees lead to more success for the company. Here are just a few ways you can help improve your office’s working environment: Keep the office clean, comfortable and well decorated. Investing in comfortable seating and nice decor…

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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…

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Although reusable shopping bags are increasing in popularity as they replace the use of paper and plastic bags, researchers are advising the importance of cleaning and sanitizing them. In many cities including Eugene, Oregon, ordinances exist that encourage reusable bags. In 2012, a reusable bag was identified as the culprit of causing a severe norovirus…

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  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.…

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