January 25, 2018, Joe Lepore

Technology Trends Impacting the Foodservice Industry

Foodservice Industry

The following blog has been syndicated from the ISSA. Foodservice distributors and chemical and machinery manufacturers alike can differentiate themselves by offering foodservice end-users value-added services ranging from employee training assistance and information on the latest regulations of food safety, to technology-enabled efficiency and labor-saving devices. End-users in restaurants, hotels and other foodservice settings face challenges to remain efficient, compliant and profitable on a regular basis. Distributors or chemical suppliers that offer cleaning chemicals, tools or machinery to help end-users with these issues can distinguish themselves as valued partners, and develop customer loyalty as a result. For example, foodservice distributor Gordon Foodservice offers a foodservice regulatory compliance program, including online training modules, webinars and nutrition resources that help keep their …

January 23, 2018, Joe Lepore

Six Tips for Green Cleaning

Green Cleaning

Green cleaning isn’t just a fad. Studies have shown that exposure to chemicals and toxins found in common cleaning products can lead to lung issues, reproductive problems and certain types of cancer. Green cleaning programs use non-toxic products and eco-friendly techniques designed to ensure a clean, healthy and safe environment for your employees, visitors, occupants, patients or students. Keeping the environment clean inside and out is a commitment LCS Facility Group makes to our clients. Our Healthy High-Performance Cleaning from one of the leading innovators in green technology, Johnson Diversey, only uses products that are bio-degradable and chemical-free. Say goodbye to sick-building syndrome with these six green-cleaning tips: 1. Start with the basics Green cleaning is more than just changing …

January 7, 2018, Joe Lepore

Three Major Benefits of Duct Cleaning

Duct Cleaning

Indoor air pollution is a growing concern for home and business owners. While dirty air ducts don’t necessarily pose serious health risks to your visitors, employees or staff, if not properly installed, maintained and operated, your building’s heating and cooling system may become contaminated with particles of dust, pollen or other debris. Especially after construction, mold, mildew, dust mites, pollen and animal dander are just some of the contaminants that may be circulating through your central air system. Major benefits of duct cleaning include: 1. Increased energy efficiency According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 20 to 40 percent of the energy used to heat or cool a building is wasted. Contaminants in the HVAC system, such as dust and …