A lot of facility managers are concerned about existing working conditions for employees. High on that list of concerns is air quality. Poor air quality can be caused by a range of factors depending on the kind work being done or the machines being used by the business to the efficiency of the heating and air conditioning systems. While these are likely to be the most significant causes of poor air quality, another cause often goes over looked. That is kind of vacuums the nightly cleaning crews are using.
At Tri-M we have the vacuums with HEPA level filtration. So the dirt and dust that we are sucking up into our vacuums stay right where they are supposed to. in the vacuum. Vacuums without HEPA level filtration can allow tiny particles to escape through the vacuum bag and then get blown … Read More »
Tri-M Maintenance was honored earlier this year with the 2011 Distinguished Employer Award by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) and the State of Massachusetts for having exhibited exceptional commitment to hiring individuals with disabilities. Press Release
In 2011, Tri-M Maintenance partnered with the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission Quincy office by helping to employ 7 deaf and hearing impaired individuals.
If you are a Massachusetts employer and would like to learn more about how you can partner with the MRC click here.
The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) promotes equality, empowerment and productive independence of individuals with disabilities. These goals are achieved through enhancing and encouraging personal choice and the right to fail … Read More »
Rust is iron-oxide which is alkaline. To fight alkaline substances such as rust or everyday dirt, apply an acidic substance such as vinegar or pure lemon juice. The acid will interact with the iron oxide and the small alkaline particles separate from the carpet fibers or fabric.
Stain: Rust – Solution: Lemon Juice or Vinegar
Ink Pigment is comprised of carbon. Ethyl Alcohol contains a 1 (hydrophilic) molecule that craves water and another that craves organic material. To remove carbon particles, carbon molecules need to bind with a surfactant such as ethyl alcohol. The alcohol will bind itself to both water and the organic material or in this case, INK. Once bound, it will all wash away from the carpet or fabric all at once.
Stain: Ink – Solution: Rubbing alcohol
Red wine lovers love those tannins. Well those Tannins love carbon dioxide. … Read More »