Green cleaning is defined as a cleaning program designed with the health of building occupants, caretaking staff, and the environment as a primary concern. A Green Cleaning Program is designed around chemicals, products, equipment, and procedures that are chosen with the specific intent of minimizing toxicity in the environment, and minimizing the consumption of natural resources, ultimately leaving the smallest ecological footprint possible during the cleaning process.

Auraclean has adopted a Green Clean program which includes; the use of products that are Eco Logo certified, including chemicals, paper and hand soaps. The use of plastic liners which contain at least 10% post-consumer recycled content and the use of equipment that is LEED compliant



Auraclean is concerned about our environment and the impact of harmful cleaning chemicals used in your facilities.  That is why we use “Eco Logo” certified cleaning products which are eco-friendly, non-toxic and are proven green cleaning methods. Products are advanced cleaning solutions designed to offer a safer solution for the environment and for you. We believe cleaning should be safe for people and our planet. The products we use are biodegradable according to OECD 301, and packaging contains post-consumer recycled content. Green cleaning and the use of eco-friendly cleaning products have become an important part of the services that Auraclean offers its clients.



Paper products leave a rather large footprint on our environment. That’s why Auraclean has opted to use paper suppliers that have a Green Quality line of products and “Eco Logo” certified.



Auraclean uses premium liners which contain a minimum of 10% post-consumer recycled content.



The equipment manufacturers we use are members of the U.S. Green Building Council and they offer a variety of vacuum models that have earned the CRI Seal of Approval and are USGBC LEED compliant. The Quiet Clean line increases productivity, and ultimately, reduces operating costs. With the growing trend toward cleaning during the daytime, a quieter vacuum is a must. Operating at less than 70 decibels, the Quiet Clean line lets you clean 24/7 without disrupting the environment around you. Most Quiet Clean models have a sealed HEPA filtration system that captures 99.97% of allergens and pollen down to 0.3 microns. All are CRI Approved and meet all equipment requirements set by LEED guidelines.