This year is going through a time of worldwide adaptation due to the related events related to COVID-19.
To help with this change, DBS Building Services wants to make a difference in such a delicate moment of recovery as we are living.
Our company is applying Green Cleaning to make your environment safer, protect your health, provide better air quality, and help the environment. Also , we create customized processes for LEED Certification.
What is Green Cleaning?
Green Cleaning refers to cleaning products, methods, and techniques with ingredients and procedures. It preserves human health and bring a great environmental quality. These techniques avoid the use of products that contain toxic chemicals.
Also, it can describe the way residential, commercial, and industrial cleaning cleaning products are manufactured, packaged, and distributed. If the manufacturing process is environmentally friendly and the products are biodegradable, then the term green or eco-friendly may apply.
What is LEED?
According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED means Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. LEED provides a framework for healthy, highly efficient, and cost-saving green buildings.
LEED certification is the most used green building rating system and a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement and leadership.
Also, the USGBC states that Millions of people are working in LEED-certified buildings all around.
We are a LEED-certified company. The partners receiving these green cleaning services have been enjoying this benefit. DBS Building Services is taking the steps and serve as an example towards being greener so that everyone can benefit from the change.
About the Company
DBS Building Services provides commercial cleaning from carpet to janitorial services in Salt Lake City, Utah County, Tooele, Park City, Ogden Area, and other places surrounding this area. Click on the button below to learn more about the company, and see how you can benefit from a greener environment.
We provide Commercial Cleaning in cities around Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Provo (but not limited to):