Stratus Building Solutions Awarded Green Seal Product Certification For Sustainable Leadership
September 15, 2016 // Franchising.com // Los Angeles, CA - Stratus Building Solutions achieved one of the most stringent environmental product recertifications available, Green Seal certification for Standard for Cleaning Products for Industrial and Institutional Use (GS-37). This standard identifies reduced life-cycle impacts of cleaning products. Stratus Building Solutions Green Clean proprietary line of janitorial chemical products received the recertification under the new corporate ownership this month. As an international commercial cleaning and janitorial services franchise, Stratus prides itself on its use of their industry leading, health and environmentally responsible products across all of their locations.
Green Seal’s thorough review and on-site audit have verified that Stratus Building Solutions Green Clean chemicals conserve natural resources, protects human and environmental health, and reduces waste while delivering the performance customers expect. Stratus Building Solutions Green Clean line of chemicals contains no-VOCs or known carcinogens, is non-toxic, biodegradable, and provided in packaging that is recyclable. Additionally, it is concentrated, which means less natural resources are used for packaging and transportation. By offering these environmentally preferable products to customers and their franchisees, Stratus Building Solutions demonstrates social responsibility as well as a commitment to the health of the end-user of their products and the environment.
“Stratus Building Solutions has demonstrated their commitment to environmental leadership through this certification,” said Dr. Arthur Weissman, President and CEO of Green Seal. “They present an excellent example of what can be accomplished in the commercial cleaning industry to protect our health and environment.”
“Stratus Building Solutions is excited to announce this recertification under the new ownership, with Green Seal’s accreditation we are able to offer a promise to our customers and franchisees that our chemicals are effective and environmentally responsible to the highest standards. With changing consumer values more focused on health and environmental well-being, we feel that this recertification will give our franchisees the competitive advantage in the marketplace,” states Marvin Ashton, Vice President of Operations / Master Development.
Additionally, Stratus Building Solutions provides the most comprehensive green cleaning options in the industry, allowing business to provide a healthier environment for their customers and employees. Stratus offers environmentally responsible janitorial services with state-of-the-art cleaning equipment using UV-C light, allergy-reducing HEPA filters and microfiber cloths, and 100% post-consumer recycled utility cans and buckets; Stratus Building Solutions strives to be second to none in the green and environmentally friendly commercial cleaning and janitorial service industry and the pursuance of cleaning for health.
About Stratus Building Solutions
Stratus Building Solutions is a nationwide franchise company in the commercial cleaning industry, founded in 2006 and headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. Stratus was developed to provide a superior, environmentally friendly commercial cleaning experience driven by dedicated, entrepreneurial, small business owners and regional support offices. Stratus has over 1,500 unit franchisees in 26 major cities across the United States. Stratus is setting new standards in the building services and maintenance franchise industry by being the first to offer sustainable Green Cleaning janitorial with their own proprietary Stratus Green Clean chemicals and green services.
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