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The Cleaning Authority Announces Commitment to Environmentally Responsible Housecleaning

Top quality residential cleaning service, The Cleaning Authority, recently announced at their 2008 Annual Convention their commitment to a cleaner and greener future. Some of our independently owned & operated franchised locations nationwide are in the process of converting over to Green Seal certified housecleaning chemicals, HEPA vacuums, and microfibers.*

"The Cleaning Authority is already a leader in professional residential housecleaning. It's Earth Day and is now time for The Cleaning Authority to announce our commitment to become a more environmentally responsible housecleaning service. It's the right thing to do and we know we can make a difference," says Steve Robinson, CEO of The Cleaning Authority.

By providing Green Seal certified housecleaning chemicals and practices, busy moms are able to feel good about the home they've created for children and pets. The Cleaning Authority currently cleans approximately 2 million homes annually that equates to around 16 million drains and/or toilets that are receiving housecleaning chemicals. With this new initiative, The Cleaning Authority is hoping to affect these drains and water supplies in a less harmful way.

The Cleaning Authority is committed to providing homes with top quality cleaning while doing their part to protect the world we live in. The company welcomes consumers to visit to receive a FREE housecleaning estimate.

*Please note not all of The Cleaning Authority locations will use Green Seal certified products for housecleaning services. Contact your local franchised location to determine what types of housecleaning products and services are offered in your area.

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