Good lord! A janitor has gone green! Whatever could this mean? Do you mean to say that this old janitor has gone green in the face? Or is it that he has acquired a deft pair of green fingers. All ten of them one would hope. It could be. Part of the cleaning service in some cases. But so you know. Janitorial services in Tampa, FL has gone green.
What does this really mean then? Well, it is like this: Pretty much everything that the janitor does, from the time he gets up in the morning. To the time he goes to bed later in the night. Is good for the environment. As a matter of good habit, he cleans out the trash. Part of that good habit means getting rid of the trash in a sustainable and responsible manner.
And while the cleaning work is being done, anything that could be recycled or reused again will be recycled. And then used again. Interestingly enough, some of these green janitors are using cleaning materials that have been fashioned out of much older materials sourced from one of the worst places on earth.
Yes, you guessed right. The landfill site. Go to any city in the country, any city in the world, for that matter, and there you will find them. You could even smell them. From a mile off most probably. Not one but how about half a dozen of them. It is like walking into the steam of an active volcano. Any minute now something could explode.
Only the volcano is natural. So that still stands. But landfill sites? Not a chance. Something must be done about this. Be like the good janitor. Follow his lead and go green.