Company President Logan Taylor Explains Our Green Approaching to Cleaning
If you’re looking for a green cleaning company in Seattle, Scottsdale, or soon, San Francisco, you’ve found the right cleaning company! We at The Dazzle Cleaning Company believe whole-heartedly that if we want to continue to enjoy our planet, we have to take steps to protect it. That’s why we put so much effort into making sure we’re an eco-friendly cleaning company.
How do we accomplish this? Company President Logan Taylor explains in this video many of the ways that we work towards the betterment of our world through our commitment to reusable cleaning products, efficient routes for our cleaners, and more.
So if you’re looking for a cleaning company that cares, make us your first call! Get in touch with us right away at 800-214-1417, or visit our home page. We can’t wait to hear from you!
What You’ll Learn
- What steps The Dazzle Cleaning Company takes to go green.
- Why efficient route planning is an important part of our efforts.
- Where to go to learn more about our commitment to being an eco-friendly cleaning company!
Logan Taylor: Hey there, my name is Logan Taylor. I’m the President and founder of The Dazzle Cleaning Company with offices in Seattle, Washington, Scottsdale, Arizona, and soon to be San Francisco, California.
So are we a green cleaning company, an eco friendly cleaning company? Yes, we are. And we take it even one step further than that. We are a carbon neutral cleaning company.
How do we do that? Well, we look at our entire operation end to end and find ways to minimize our impact on the natural world at every step along the way.
The first thing that we did years ago was moved to reusable cleaning products, so as few disposable things as possible. We use cleaning cloths, microfiber cloths, we use vacuum cleaners without bags, and we make a lot of our cleaning products, and the cleaning products that we don’t make we purchase in ultra-concentrate form.
The reason why we do that is because we want to refill the bottles that we use. So we’re not, you know, going through a bunch of plastic, but also because cleaning products are mostly water. So if you’re purchasing undiluted cleaning products, you’re using carbon emissions to ship what is mostly water to you. So it’s always better when you’re cleaning to choose to get products in ultra-concentrated form, which is what we do.
The products that we don’t make ourselves are made by other companies that are green companies like Biokleen, who we love.
The next thing that we do is strategic scheduling. And what strategic scheduling means is that we look at every- that we look at the schedule of each cleaner, and we map it out so that they’re not driving from Scottsdale, to Tempe back to Scottsdale, or from Ballard to South Seattle to Capitol Hill to West Seattle, right? We want to we create route density. And in San Francisco, we don’t want to have our cleaners driving from Chinatown to Daly City back to the Mission District back to Daly City. That’s not how we want to do it, we want to make sure that we have as much root density as possible so that we are minimizing our amounts of carbon that we’re spewing.
The final step is that we offset any carbon that we’re unable to eliminate, or to just not produce, by purchasing carbon credits. And we purchase carbon credits through a couple of companies. But one of my favorite ones is through myclimate. And if you want to see exactly what we do to be exactly what we did to become carbon neutral and how we stay carbon neutral, you can we have a video on that you can check that out on our website, dazzlecompany.com.
If you have any questions or suggestions for how we can be an even greener cleaning company, let us know because our goal is to be the greenest cleaning company in Seattle, the greenest cleaning company in San Francisco and the greenest cleaning company in Scottsdale.
Thanks so much!