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Green Cleaning: Understanding Bio-enzymatic Cleaners



Although not new, many cleaning professionals and facility managers are giving bio-enzymatic cleaners a closer look.
 
"This is because they [can] complement a Green cleaning program," says Mike Sawchuk, vice president of Enviro-Solutions and Charlotte Products, both leading chemical manufacturers "In fact, some of these cleaners have been certified and proven Green."
 
However, many have questions about bio-enzymatic cleaners and how they work. The following addresses some of these issues:
 
1 Bio-enzymatic cleaners contain specific quantities and qualities of bacteria along with enzymes and microbial nutrients that essentially digest chemical and organic waste (soils).
 
2 An enzyme is a type of protein that can break up complex molecules into smaller pieces Contrary to popular belief, enzymes are not living things.
 
3 Odor-causing bacteria are "food" for these microorganisms

4 In many cases, bio-enzymatic cleaners can provide immediate odor relief.
 
5 The bacteria consumed by the bio-enzymatic cleaners are converted into two basic compounds: carbon dioxide and water.

6 Some bio-enzymatic cleaners are designed to work up to 80 hours after they are applied.
 
7 Overall, bio-enzymatic cleaners may be safer for users and the environment compared to traditional cleaning chemicals, especially if they have been Green certified
 
8 Other than odor control, some popular uses of bio-enzymatic cleaners are for washroom cleaning, food prep/kitchen area cleaning, and to remove spots and stains in carpets.
 
Sawchuk adds that bio-enzymatic cleaners should never be used with bleach or disinfectants because they can reduce or eliminate the effectiveness of the bio-enzymatic cleaner, as well as the microbial efficacy of the bleach or disinfectant.
 
"Bio-enzymatic cleaners are not going to replace Green cleaning products," says
Sawchuk
. "But, because many newer bio-enzymatic cleaners perform well, are environmentally preferable, and cost effective, we can expect them to play an even greater role in Green cleaning in the future."

Reference from http://www.cleanlink.com/casestudieswhitepapers/details/Green-Cleaning-Understanding-Bioenzymatic-Cleaners--24615




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