Green cleaning refers to using cleaning products & methods with environmentally-friendly ingredients and chemicals to preserve human health and environmental quality.
Green cleaning products and techniques avoid the use of chemically-reactive and toxic cleaning products which contain various toxic chemicals, some of which emit volatile organic compounds causing respiratory and dermatological problems among other adverse effects.
Green cleaning can also describe the way residential and industrial cleaning products are manufactured, packaged and distributed. If the manufacturing process is environmentally-friendly and the cleaning products are biodegradable, then the term “green” or “eco-friendly” may apply.
Hydrocarbons are fermented by natural processes, resulting in ‘instantly deep cleaning’, where even the waste water is clean and the dirt has been transferred into harmless water, gasses and minerals. This new cleaning “beyond biodegradable” is accepted as the most sustainable cleaning technique currently available in the market. Enzymatic cleaning also reduces considerably the energy consumption of waste water treatment plants, because unlike traditional petrochemical and natural ‘green’ cleaners, it does not add ingredients that result into increased Biological Oxygen Demand and Chemical Oxygen Demand levels, both indicators for the energy consumption required to clean waste water.