The Work/Life Balance study is a joint research venture between Maid Brigade and Mom Corps, the leader of the flexible employment market. The two companies will use the findings collaboratively to help women improve the quality of their lives through work/life balance. The study probes women's attitudes and behaviors toward housework, infectious disease and work/life balance.
Earthjustice, the self-proclaimed “attorney for the environment”, is suing Proctor & Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive, Church & Dwight and Reckitt Benckiser. All four manufacturers sell house cleaning products in the State of New York. The firm asserts the companies are in violation of Chapter 6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations, which requires disclosure of ingredients for any product sold in the State of New York.
Maid Brigade, the nation’s first professional green cleaning service, lauds the suit for its potential to both effect policy change and build consumer awareness for the health issues surrounding conventional cleaning products.
Such a refreshing site to see a cleaning company becoming as green as possible. With over 400 locations throughout North America, Maid Brigade is sweeping their good habits and products through mainstream America and Canada, all the while setting the standard for wanna-be green companies. I ran across an interview with their Vice President, Cloud Conrad. Here are some excerpts:
Inhabitat.com is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future. The blog recently explored Maid Brigade's Green Clean Certified® cleaning system through an interview with the house cleaning company's Vice President for its column "Is It Green".
Maid Brigade celebrates the appointment of its Green Living expert, Annie Bond, to the Healthy House Institute’s (HHI) Advisory Board. Maid Brigade is a strong advocate of the institute’s driving mission to provide consumers with the necessary information to create a healthy home.
GreenCleanCertified.com, a site dedicated to informing visitors about green living, launched today as part of a continued effort by