Archive for January, 2017

Businesses for the Environment

Service Week January 30, 2017 at 8:52 am

Helping the Environment in UtahEven businesses here in Utah need to do their part to help the environment. You don’t have to plan for a big green initiative. You can do several small and easily done things in your business that can reduce your company’s impact on the environment.

Simple Programs

You can start with a waste segregation, recycling, and waste diversion program. A first step is to find a strategic location for your garbage collection bins. The strategic location must be in a place where your employees find it easy and convenient to throw any trash or waste such as in the break room.

Next, you can station your trash, recycle, and compost bins next to each other, yet use differing colors for each of the bins. You can also place signs above the bins that can illustrate which items go in which bin. All of this help in making waste segregation easier for people. Once finished, you can notify the whole company, especially the janitorial staff, about the program.

Another Green Step Forward

You can further improve on your waste segregation, recycling, and waste diversion with a few simple tricks. For one, you can encourage your employees to use washable dishes, mugs, and silverware. You can reduce the amount of paper your company consumes by printing double-sided and by re-using printed material with mistakes as scratch paper.

A Green Step Even Further

You can go a step even further if your business is a large industrial company. You can hire an environmental services provider that offer remediation and other services. Environmental services can help manage waste and other environmental elements in mining, oil, and other industries.

To find the right environmental services provider, you can look for one that will manage all your environmental projects in the long term. You can also consider the technological and regulatory expertise of the provider. Finally, find a provider that can speak board language as well as optimize EH&S processes.

No matter the size of your business or company, you can greatly impact the environment. You can choose to help it.

Outsource or Maintain an In-House Janitorial Staff?

Service Week January 11, 2017 at 6:57 am

Janitorial Services

Business owners should fully understand the importance of workplace cleanliness, as it plays a major role in the productivity of their workforce. It contributes greatly to the public’s perception, as well. You wouldn’t want prospective clients to be turned off, do you?

As cleanliness and sanitation affect many aspects of your business, you should never take it lightly despite how busy you are. Fortunately, many janitorial services in Dallas, TX are available to provide you with a cost-effective and efficient solution that keeps the workplace safe, healthy, and hazard-free for everyone.

Custodial Staff: Maintaining an In-House Team

Before hiring an in-house custodial team, you should first explore your options. More companies today choose to outsource all sorts of services, from information technology to commercial cleaning.

Convenience is a primary factor. Before you can build your own cleaning staff, you need to complete the hiring process. This will take up a lot of time, though, since you have to conduct individual interviews and perform background checks on each applicant. Even if you have a human resources department, this means more work for them. The greater the additional amount of work, the more resources you spend.

The Outsourced Janitorial Service Advantage

Outsourcing doesn’t only benefit your business in the short run; it also delivers a number of long-term benefits. The biggest of these is the considerably reduced overall cost. Outsourcing cleaning services means eliminating the need for allotting a monthly budget for personnel and materials. You can expect them to have their own cleaning equipment, tools, and other essentials.

Do your part in making sure you choose a firm that’s known not only for delivering top-notch services, but also highly trustworthy and experienced custodial members.