Sustainable Commercial Cleaning Services

Providing sustainable cleaning services that protect the health of your employees and customers and the environment is a core value practiced by all of our janitorial service employees. They are trained to practice healthy cleaning methods using sustainable cleaning products. Our equipment and cleaning products are chosen to eliminate hazardous materials, reduce environmental impact, improve air quality in buildings, and enable reuse of cleaning materials whenever possible to reduce the waste stream. Beyond green cleaning, The Royal Group embraces Technology in cleaning services where no toxic substances are used at all.

Scroll down to learn how The Royal Group adheres to the standards of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) from the US Green Building Council.

A Need For A LEED Driven Cleaning Service

The Royal Group practices the standards created by the US Green Building Council known as LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).

If your building has received LEED Certification, then maintaining your LEED Certification is in NEED of The Royal Group’s Science Backed Chemical-Free commercial cleaning services.

The Technology The Royal Groups uses is Groundbreaking and has Engineered Smarter Cleaning Solutions.

We use On-Site Generators (OSG) that allow us to create cleaning, degreasing, sanitizing and disinfection solutions on-site, eliminating transportation and inventory of harmful chemicals. On-Site Generators are not new. Many people are familiar with them and have heard of them in different context. For example, solar panels on roofs, geothermal energy, and electric cars all fall into the category of On-Site Generators. Sanitizing and disinfecting products produced by this Technology, are environmentally sustainable since they use only natural renewable resources and does not generate a waste stream.

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) noted in their Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities, 2008 “…the concept of electrolyzing saline to create antiseptics or a disinfectant is appealing because the basic ingredients (salt and tap water) are inexpensive, and the end product does not damage the environment…”

A Sampling Of LEED Certified Buildings In Atlanta

Mercedes Benz Stadium
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons, is North America’s First LEED Platinum Professional Sports Stadium.
Wells Fargo Center

Located in Atlantic Station downtown Atlanta, the Wells Fargo Tower is a Certified LEED Platinum 21-story building.

Georgia World Congress Center
Located in downtown Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center has received LEED Gold Certification and is the largest LEED certified convention center in the World. The GWCC made a $28 million investment into energy and water saving technology and equipment that saw a reduction of utilities by more than 40%. Along with three beehives, 4,000 solar panels and an extensive waste diversion effort. The investment moved the GWCC from Silver to LEED Gold status.

Atlanta Financial Center

The Atlanta Financial Center is a Certified LEED Silver office complex.

Renewable Energy

Wind & Solar Are Powering A Clean Energy Revolution

Renewable energy is any energy we use that comes from renewable, natural sources. Renewable means that it is naturally replenished, so it cannot run out. … Sunlight, water, air, and heat from the earth are all renewable sources that we can use to make solar, tidal, wind and geothermal energy. Renewable power is booming, as innovation brings down costs and starts to deliver on the promise of a clean energy future. American solar and wind generation are breaking records and being integrated into the national electricity grid without compromising reliability. This means that renewables are increasingly displacing “dirty” fossil fuels in the power sector, offering the benefit of lower emissions of carbon and other types of pollution.