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Your Single-Source Supplier for Janitorial, Foodservice and Paper

2010

Enviro-conscious Products

Chemicals & Janitorial

Odor Control

Skin Care & Personal Hygiene

Paper & Dispensers

Mops, Brooms & Brushes

Floor & Carpet Care

Facility Maintenance & Safety

Storage & Material Handling

Waste Receptacles

Bags & Can Liners

Foodservice

Smallwares & Equipment

Index

6-55

56-131

132-151

152-197

198-237

238-269

270-303

304-325

326-337

338-357

358-367

368-415

416-431

432-456

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Your Single-Source Supplier for Janitorial, Foodservice and Paper 2010 Enviro-conscious Products 6-55 Chemicals &
Your Single-Source Supplier
for Janitorial, Foodservice and Paper
2010
Enviro-conscious Products
6-55
Chemicals & Janitorial
56-131
Odor Control
132-151
Skin Care & Personal Hygiene
152-197
Paper & Dispensers
198-237
Mops, Brooms & Brushes
238-269
Floor & Carpet Care
270-303
Facility Maintenance & Safety
304-325
Storage & Material Handling
326-337
Waste Receptacles
338-357
Bags & Can Liners
358-367
Foodservice
368-415
Smallwares & Equipment
416-431
Index
432-456

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The Enviro-conscious symbol designates products that are
environmentally preferable. These products do not contain
hazardous solvents, they utilize recycled materials, incorporate
recyclable components, or otherwise reduce the impact on the
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SKU No.
Description
Windex
®
Super Concentrate
DRK 3481049
91
U.S. EPA’s Design for the Environment (DfE)
The U.S. EPA recognizes product for its use of the safest possible
ingredients.
Green Seal ™ Certified
Manufacturers may submit their products for
evaluation by Green Seal. Those that comply with
the requirements are authorized to use the Green
Seal Certification Mark on their products. Green
Seal is dedicated to safeguard the environment and promotes
environmentally responsible products and services.
http://www.greenseal.org
EcoLogo ™ (Environmental Choice)
EcoLogo ™ sets standards for hand cleaners that demonstrate
biodegradability, performance, limited toxicity and limited
environmental impact.
ACMI (Art & Creative Materials Institute)
The Art & Creative Materials Institute (ACMI) certifies products
as non-toxic.
Glass
®
Cleaner with Ammonia-D
DRK 94123
DRK 90139
Windex
®
Glass Cleaner (with
DRK 90135
91
Ammonia-D
®
)
DRK 90940
DRK 4601541
Windex
®
®
(with Ammonia-D
)
DRK 90122
91
5-Gallon Bag-In-Box Dispenser
Windex
®
Aerosol (with
DRK 90129
91
Ammonia-D
®
)
Windex
®
Antibacterial Multi-
DRK CB701380
91
Surface Cleaner
®
DRK CB701106
Windex
Glass & Surface
Wipes
91
DRK 94378
Glass Plus
®
91
DRK 94379
Nature's Source
Natural Glass
DRK CB701502
91
&
Surface Cleaner
CLO 35293
Formula 409
®
Glass & Surface
92
CLO 03107
Cleaner
CLO 00459
Clorox
®
Green Works
Natural
92
CLO 00460
Glass
& Surface Cleaner RTU
Professional EASY-OFF
®
Glass
REC 75116
92
Cleaner
Free & Clear
Natural Glass &
SEV 22713
92
Surface Cleaner
SCRUBS
®
®
CLEAR REFLECTIONS
DYM 98591
92
Glass & Surface
Wipes
The CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute) Seal of Approval
program identifies effective carpet cleaning solutions
and equipment that clean carpet right the first time and
protect a facility’s carpet investment. Not all products
clean well enough to earn the Seal of Approval
distinction, so look for the blue and green CRI Seal of
Approval as proof that you are purchasing or using
®
DYM 38520
CLEAR REFLECTIONS
Glass Aerosol Cleaner
Mirror &
92
MCO 35142
3M
Glass Cleaner
93
Misty
®
ASPIRE
Glass &
AMR A122-20
93
Surface Aerosol Cleaner
Misty
®
Heavy-Duty Aerosol
AMR A124-20
93
Glass Cleaner
Misty
®
HD Glass Cleaner
AMR R125-4
93
Concentrate
Misty
®
AMR A121-20
Glass & Mirror
Cleaner
a quality product. The CRI Seal of Approval logo is a
trademark of the Carpet & Rug Institute.
93
AMR R121-4
With Ammonia
System Clean
Glass & Window
SYS 2020
93
Aerosol Cleaner
UNG PL50
Unger
®
The Pill Window
The CRI (Carpet and Rug Institute) Green Label ™
signifies a superior cleaning vacuum that has passed
stringent testing for soil removal, dust containment and
carpet appearance retention. The CRI Green Label logo
93
UNG PL10
Cleaning Tablets
90
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is a trademark of the Carpet & Rug Institute.
Products made with some recycled material.
Products made with at least 30% or more post-
consumer recycled material.
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Glass Cleaners
Leaves
Streak-Free
Shine
With
No
Residue
A Available
Cuts
Through
Soil
Grease
Disinfects
Kills
/ From Multi-Surface Formulation
Drip-Free
Phosphate
Free
Ammonia
Free
Hypoallergenic
Made
Ingredients
/
Biodegradable
Lint-Free
Wipes
Available
Economical
Concentrated
Formula
Available
In
Economical
Gallon
Size
Or
Refill
& In In Natural Bacteria & Mirrors Preparation Around
Glass
Stainless
Steel
&
Chrome
Use
Food
Areas
& Surfaces
Use
Kids
& To
Pets
Hospitals
&
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Offices
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IndexAlphabetical A B BELL, . 317 AMREP (MISTY) (Cont.) Floor Finish. .103 BELLA CALL DINNER
IndexAlphabetical
A
B
BELL,
.
317
AMREP (MISTY) (Cont.)
Floor
Finish.
.103
BELLA CALL
DINNER
NAPKINS
25,227 .
Floor
Strippers.
.
.98
BELTS,
VACUUM
CLEANER
.292
BABY
2XL COR P.
Antibacterial
Towelettes
10,82
Furniture
Cleaners
&
Polish
13,97
Changing
Tables
&
Liners
15,315
BEVERAGE(S)
Towelette
Cleaners
12,93
. Dispenser
.82
Glass/Mirror
Wipes
.
.
.197
Coffee
.
.
.
.411
Waste
.82
Graffiti
Remover
.109
LIQUID Receptacle BATHROOM
BACKPACK
VACUUM
Coffee
Filters
.410
Gum
Remover
.109
ABSORBENTS,
CLEANERS
42,290
Coffee
Stirrers.
.410
Hand
Soap
.174
Cooler/Dispenser
.426
SPILL
9,309,310
Herbicide
.
.113
Cups,
Lids
&
ACCLAIM
Bags &Can Liners
Industrial
Cleaners.
.
.82
Dispensers
50,370-377
TISSUE.
Insect
Repellent
.113,115
Dispensers.
.429
ACCOLADE
FLOOR
SEALER.
103 204
Lubricants,
358-367
Napkins.
.
25,226,227
ACME UNITED
Metered
Deodorizer
Stain
Removers.
14,107
BAG(S)
First
Aid
Supplies
Dispenser
Straws.
.
.
51,379
Pain
Relievers
.313 .312
Caddy,
Cleaning
Supplies.
.343
Multi-Purpose
Cleaner
10,82,93
Trays
.
.
.
.390
Food
. Storage.
.412
ADA
SIGNS.
316
Oven
&
Grill
& Cleaners
BEVNAP
. NAPKINS
226
Freezer
.
.412
.110 .110 .116 .137 .
ADHESIVES
Red
Grease
Housekeeping
Cart
.306
BIG D INDUSTRIES
Stainless
Steel
Tape
.108
Spray Remover Mats
Ice
.
.
.412
Absorbents,
Liquid
Spill
.310
Cleaner
Polish
12,95
Products that require assembly.
Floor
.278
Mop
. Head
.249
Bowl/Urinal
Care
.
.
.
.150
Toilet
Bowl
. Cleaners . Auto
.112
.89
Paper.
.
.
Disinfectants
&
Pizza.
.
.
.426
ADVANTUS
ANGEL SOFT
Deodorizers
. 16,75,142-144,310
Produce
.412
.317
Bathroom
Tissue
BINS
Sanitary
Napkin
Disposal.
.195
Facial
Tissue
.225 .202
ADVIL
Call TABLETS
313
Cutlery.
.426
Silverware
.412
ANGLED
BROOMS
262
Ingredient.
.418,419
AIR
Trash
Can
Liners. Laundry
.360-365 .414-415
Recycling
.351
Fresheners
&
ANSELL
Utility, Poly
.
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.413
Utility
Cart.
.335
Dispensers
.134-143 .
Flock-Lined Gloves.
.
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.
.192
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.292
Vacuum Cleaner.
Mover,
Floor
.
.
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.
.189
BLADES
Latex Gloves
.
.
.
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.
.
402
BAKERY PAPER PRODUCTS
Carpet
. Dryers.
.295
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.192
.
.323
Nitrile Gloves.
BAKING
.
.
.
.
.
.
55,410
Dispenser
Sanitizers
.
. &
.76,135,137,142
.
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.190
Knives
.
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.
.323
Vinyl Gloves
BANDAGES
.
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. 312
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.322,323
AIR
WICK
AIR
.
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.
388
KILLERS
114,115
BANDS, NAPKIN.
ANT & ROACH
FRESHENERS
138,141
.
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182,183
BAR SOAP
BLEACH
ANTIBACTERIAL
AIRCRAFT
CLEANER.
BARRIERS,
.
.
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.
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.
309
. 83
Germicidal
.
.
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.
.
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.
.
.72
All-Purpose
Cleaners
70,79,82
BARWARE CLEANERS &
Laundry
.
60,61
AJAX
Bathroom
.
.
.86
SANITIZERS
.
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. 70
SKU
PAGE
SKU
PAGE
SKU
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SKU
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PAGE
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.64
Air
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.143
Bowl/Urinal
. Cleaners
.150 .
BASEBOARD
All-Purpose Cleaners
.80
.
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269
ACME UNITED
AMR R920-12
Dishwashing
11, 86
Detergents
BAG GX6-500
.67
415
BRU 20136
260
BLOCK BRUSHES
BWK 22COLDCUP
370
All-Purpose Detergents
.101
Cleaning Pads
.
.
.303
ACE 12408
313
AMR R925-12
Handwash Cleaners
89
19,154-156,158,161,
BAG GX8-500
415
BRU 20218
260
BLOCKS
BWK 22GREEN
29, 217
Bleach
.
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.71
Stripper
.
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.
13,98
ACE 13248
313
AMR R930-12
89
. 164-167,170-173,177-179
BAG LQPINT-500
415
BRU 20224
260
Buying
BWK 23GREEN
.
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29, 218
.
.147
Dish Detergents
.
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.67
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ACE 13367
313
AMR R993-12
Multi-Surface
84
. 278
Cleaners
BAG LQQUART-500
.91
BATH MATS
415
BRU 20236
260
Urinal & Bowl
BWK 2423EXH
.
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. 17,148-151
361
Disinfectants
.
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.
.71
ACE 15000
313
AMR RL726-48
Towelettes
110
BAG SK1/64040
.82
BATHROOM
415
BRU 20318
260
BWK 2423L
361
BLOODBORNE
PATHOGEN
.
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.
.
.101
ACE 19016
Floor Cleaner
320
ANSELL
Wipes, Gym
BAG SK1652
10,82
415
BRU 20324
260
BWK 2432EXH
361
Air Fresheners
.
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.134-143
CLEANUP KIT.
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312
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.62
ACE 40001
Laundry Detergents.
312
ANS 34700L
190
BAG SK1657
415
BRU 20336
260
BWK 2432L
361
ANTIFATIGUE
& Hair
Scouring Creme
.
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.71
BOARD
Chemicals & Janitorial
ACE 40900
313
ANS 34700M
190
BAG SK1675
415
BRU 20418
260
BWK 24GREEN
22, 201
FLOOR MATS
.
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Body Wash
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.
.154,160,162,168,171
. 37,39,274,277
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.109
ACE 41418
AJM
320
ANS 34725L
190
BIG D INDUSTRIES
BRU 20424
260
Cleaner, Chalk/White.
BWK 2851S
51, 379
Blocks &
ANS 34725M
ANTIMICROBIAL
Cleaners
.108
ADVANTUS
.
53,385
190
BGD 1358
16, 144
BRU 20436
260
BWK 2851T
51, 379
Paper Plates
Bowl Deodorizers
.
.
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17,148-151
.421
Facility Maintenance &
Safety
ADV CB10000
317
ANS 34725S
High Chairs.
190
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BGD 150
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.429
310
BRU 20618
260
BWK 285BLK
51, 379
.
11,88-89,148-150
.
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318
Bowl Cleaners.
AJM CP6OAWH
ALKALINE BATTERIES
385
ANS 37185L
192
.
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.
BGD 1500
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.
.251
Mop Handles.
16, 144
BRU 20624
260
Cleaners
.8,11,71,85-89
BOARDWALK
BWK 285T
51, 379
LAUNDRY
AJM CP9AJCWWH14
385
ANS 37185M
192
18,157,160,162,163,
BGD 1618
16, 144
BRU 20636
260
BWK 3036EXH
361
Cleaning
.
.
.
.
.
.127
Bathroom Tissue
.
.22,24,201,204
ALL DETERGENTS.
.
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59,61
AJM CP9GOEWH
385
ANS 37185S
192
BGD 166
168,169,172,173
310
BRU 20718
260
BWK 3036H
.
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.127
Butcher Paper Rolls
.
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361
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.
.403
Debris Grabber
AJM PP6GREWH
ALL-PURPOSE
53, 385
ANS 69210L
189
BGD 202
142
BRU 20724
260
BWK 3036M
ANTISEPTIC SOAP
.
.
165
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.
.127
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50,370,374
361
Odor Control
Dust Pan/Broom
Cups & Lids
AJM PP9GRAWH
Cleaners
.8-10,70,77-83,100,101,145
53, 385
ANS 69210M
189
BGD 337
75
BRU 3110
268
Cutlery, Plastic
BWK 3036SH
Feminine Hygiene Care
.
.
.194-196
.
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ANTISTATIC MATS
275
. 51,381
361
AJM PP9GREWH
Disinfectants
.
.
.
53, 385
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ANS 69210XL
.
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.72
189
BGD 341
142
BRU 3210
268
BWK 30LAG025
54, 390
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.316
Dinnerware
.
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.382,383
Hand Dryers.
Category lead-in:
AMREP/MISTY
ANS 69318L
.
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.
.118
APPA REL
189
BGD 358
16, 144
BRU 3310
268
BWK 30LAG040
Scouring Pads/Sponges
&
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54, 390
.
31,225
Skin Care & Personal
Hygiene
Hand Sanitizers
Facial Tissue
AMR 997
Wipers.
.
.
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.
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.
137
.
232-234,236,237
ANS 69318M
Kitchen
189
BGD 500
55,427
16, 144
BRU 3410
268
BWK 30LAG050
54, 390
Dispensers
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.184-187
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.397
Food Containers
AMR A101-20
109
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.311
ALLERGEN REDUCER
.
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ANS 69318S
.
16,146
189
BGD 608
143
BRU 4208
269
BWK 30LAG100
Hand
Soap &
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54, 390
54,390
Food Trays
AMR A110-20
116
ANS 69318XL
APRONS
189
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BGD 660
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.
150
. 427
Dispensers
BRU 4220
.
.
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.
.
.18-21,154,157,
269
BWK 30LAG200
Aluminum
54, 390
.401,403
Food Wrap,
ALUMINUM
AMR A121-20
93
APC FILTRATION INC.
AQUELL
MOISTURIZING
BGD 661
150
BRU 4308
160-165,168-183
269
BWK 30LAG250
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54, 390
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.400
Food Wrap,
Foil
.
.
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.
.401,403
Paper & Dispensers
AMR A122-20
12, 93
(JANITIZED)
BAUSCH & LOMB
BRU 4320
269
BWK 30LAG300
54, 390
LOTION
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171
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.126
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Hand Towels
. 27,29,213,217-219,223
Mops & Accessories
Food & Containers
AMR A124-20
93
APC IVF155
293
BLO 8574GM
Pads.
313
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.
BRU 4408
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.118-121
269
BWK 30LAG500
54, 390
.403
Kraft Paper
Lids
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.
389,398,399
ARM
& HAMMER
AMR A133-20
13, 97
APC JAN-CXBP-2
293
BOLT
Plunger, Toilet & Drain
BRU 4420
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.
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.
.127
269
BWK 32COLDCUP
370
.388
Mops, Brooms &
Brushes
Table
.
.398,399
Pans & Lids.
Air
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with a lead-in page, making it
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AMR A134-20
97
APC JAN-CXLT-2
293
BLT 8100
136
BRU 5208
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20,196
269
BWK 32LID
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370
25,211
Paper Towels.
Trays & Lids
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All-Purpose Cleaner
.83
AMR A135-20
97
APC JAN-KACV30-2
293
BLT 832
Sponges
136
BRU 5308
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269
Souffle-Portion
BWK 3339EXH
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. 54,391
361
Cups & Lids
Baking Soda
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55,410
AMR A141-20
95
APC JAN-NFBACK-2
293
BLT 840
Toilet
136
BRU 5408
&
269
BWK 3339H
.
.
361
51,379
AMREP (MISTY)
Bowl Brushes
Bathroom Cleaner
.89
AMR A142-20
Adhesive
95
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APC JAN-NFCPTW16-2
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.112
293
BLT 860
136
Holders
BRU 6217
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267
Trash Can
BWK 3339M
361
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.361
Floor & Carpet Care
AMR A146-20
.
16,146
Air
Fresheners
12, 95
APC JAN-NFCPTW-2
293
BLT 861
Toilet
136
Bowl
BRU 7116
259
Windshield
BWK 3339SEH
361
.219
Deodorizer, Carpet/Fabric
AMR A166-20
10, 82
APC JAN-NSSM14-2
Deodorizer,
293
Trash/
Deodorizers &
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.142
BLT 862
136
Cleaners
BRU 7316
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11,88,89,148,150
259
BWK 3339SH
361
BOARDWALK GREEN
AMR A169-20
82
APC JAN-PTMV-2
Dumpster.
293
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BLT 863
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16,146
All-Purpose Cleaners .
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.82
136
BRU 8410
&
268
BWK 381
51, 379
Toilet Seat Covers
Bathroom Tissue
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.22,24,201,204
Waste Receptacles
AMR A170-20
Baseboard Stripper
82
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APC JAN-WISEN-3
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13,98
293
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BLT 864
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8,110
Fabric Softeners.
136
Dispensers
BRU 8420
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. 30,209
268
BWK 3858EXH
361
.
.27,29,213,217-219
Hand Towels
AMR A173-20
Bathroom Cleaner
106
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APC JAN-WIVER-3
11,86,89
293
BLT 865
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8,59
Toilet
136
Tissue &
BRU 9008
269
BWK 3858H
361
Laundry Detergents.
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25,211
Paper Towels.
AMR A178-20
Board
109
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ATLAS PAPER MILLS
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.109
Lubricants
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BUNN-O-MATIC CORP.
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.110
Dispensers
BRU N92
22-24,200-207
297
BWK 3858SEH
361
Bags & Can Liners
AMR A183-12
109
BOBRICK
Brake
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.
APM 115GREEN
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.
.110
Protectants
23, 202
BNN 1000
.110
Towels
410
&
BRU PPP17
297
BWK 3858SH
361
Parts Cleaners
AMR A205-20
142
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APM 125GREEN
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.
.
.105
23, 202
BNN A10
410
BRU PPP18
Bathroom
Tissue
ASH
TRASH
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.
47,347
Dispensers
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.
26-30,212-223
297
BWK 3KITMW
381
Carpet Cleaner
AMR A209-12-SB
Carpet
137
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APM 205GREEN
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.
.105
23, 202
BOBRICK
Urinal
Blocks &
BRU PPP19
297
BWK 3TC
Dispensers
.
.
374
24,206
RECEPTACLES. 47,347
Foodservice
ASPEN WASTE
AMR A209-12-SR
137
APM 235GREEN
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.316
Carpet
Stain
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.106
23, 202
BOB 2112
20, 176
Deodorizers
BRU PPP20
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. 17,148-151
297
Hand Dryers.
BWK 4046EXH
361
ATLAS
AMR A211-12-LP
Dispensers
30,221
Circuit
Board/
137
APM 250GREEN
23, 202
BOB 262
30, 221
BOSTITCH/STANLEY
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.
.148-151
Hand Towel
BWK 4046H
361
Urinal Cleaners.
Bathroom Tissue
.
.23,24,202,204
AMR A213-12-MA
Contact
Cleaners
137
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APM 275GREEN
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.
.112
23, 202
BOB 270
20, 196
BST 10-499
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17,148-151
323
BWK 4046M
361
Stock number and
Urinal Screens
AMR A215-12
135
APM 276GREEN
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. 25,211
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.196
Degreaser
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. 76,82
Paper Towels.
23, 202
BOB 2888
30, 206
BST 33-425
323
BWK 4046SEH
361
BATTERIES
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.
. 318
Sanitary Napkin Receptacles
AMR A220-20
Deodorizers
76
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APM 280GREEN
.
.76
23, 202
BOB 40
20, 176
BOARDWALK
Soap Dispensers
BWK 4046SH
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361
20,176
AVERY
BAUSCH
AMR A221-20
76
& LOMB
Toilet
Dispenser
.30,209
Disinfectants
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.
APM 585GREEN
.
.76
25, 211
BOB 4112
20, 176
BWK 0100
397
BWK 42000
Seat Cover
388
Key Tags
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.313
AMR A238-20-LP
Drain
142
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.
APM 700GREEN
.
.84
24, 204
BOB 4221
30, 209
Lens Cleaners
BWK 0101
397
BWK 42001
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.
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.
388
.
154,
Permanent Markers
.
.
.
.325
BODY & HAIR
AMR A238-20-SA
142
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APM 710GREEN
.
.
13,104
24, 204
BOB 5262
BAYER
221
BWK 0105
.
313
397
BWK 42027
388
Dust Mop Treatment
ASPIRIN TABLETS.
CLEANER 158,160,162,168, 171,177,178,197
AMR A239-20-SB
Electrical
142
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APM 730GREEN
.
.110
24, 204
BOB 5270
196
BWK 0106
397
BWK 42032
388
BEER CLEAN
GLASS CLEANERS &
AMR A239-20-SR
Floor
142
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APM 740GREEN
.
.101
24, 204
BOB 5288
SANITIZERS
206
BWK 0107
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.
70
397
BWK 42058
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388
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197
BODY LOTION .
AMR A242-20-MA
142
ARMOR ALL
BOB 705
316
BWK 0108
397
BWK 42065
388
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AMR A250-20
76
ARM 10228
110
BOB 740
316
BWK 0109
397
BWK 4347EXH
361
AMR A295-16
142
ARM 10326
110
BOB 822
20, 176
BWK 10-20DOMELID
370
BWK 4347H
361
AMR A315-20
112
ARM 10710
110
BROOKLACE
BWK 10-20TABLID
370
BWK 4347SEH
361
447
AMR A328-16
110
AVERY
INCORPORATED
BWK 10CC
50, 374
BWK 4347SH
361
AMR A329-16
110
AVY 07-888
325
BRK 1MDC19
407
BWK 10FPL
382
BWK 44000
388
AMR A364-20
82
AVY 08-888
325
BRK 601SE1014
407
BWK 10FPL3C
382
BWK 44001
388
AMR A365-20
110
AVY 11-026
317
BRK BL200-4.5
402
BWK 10GREEN
29, 218
BWK 44027
388
AMR A368-16
112
GENERIC
BRK BLHDMW
390
BWK 10PPL
382
BWK 44032
388
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AMR A369-16
112
BAG GK10-500
414
BRK EC1014
407
BWK 10PPL3C
382
BWK 44058
388
AMR A390-20
110
BAG GK12-500
414
BRK LA904-2M
407
BWK 10SQHOTCUP
370
BWK 44065
388
AMR A414-20
115
BAG GK16-500
414
BRK LA905-2M
407
BWK 10TC
374
BWK 50P
51, 379
AMR A423-20
115
BAG GK20-500
414
BRK LA906-2M
407
BWK 11GREEN
29, 217
BWK 50PBLK
51, 379
AMR A437-20
115
BAG GK20S-500
414
BRK LA908-1M
407
BWK 12/14CC
50, 374
BWK 5C1
51, 379
AMR A482-06
113
BAG GK2-500
414
BRK LA910-1M
407
BWK 12-22LID
370
BWK 5FBO
382
AMR A730-20
110
BAG GK25S-500
414
BRK LA912-1M
407
BWK 12FBO
382
BWK 5KITMW
381
AMR A734-20
110
BAG GK4-500
414
BRK LA914
407
BWK 12GREEN
29, 219
BWK 6100
24, 204
AMR A806-20
98
BAG GK5-500
414
BRK LA916
407
BWK 12HOTCUP
370
BWK 6101
24, 204
name, product type,
AMR A808-20
13, 98
BAG GK6-500
414
BRK NWS-BLK
388
BWK 12PBO
382
BWK 6102
24, 204
Enviro-conscious
AMR A810-20
104
BAG GK8-500
414
BRK NWS-BUR
388
BWK 12SQCOLDCUP
370
BWK 6103
24, 204
AMR A811-20
13, 104
BAG GW10-500
414
BRK NWS-HGR
388
BWK 12TC
374
BWK 6145
22, 201
AMR R110-4
116
BAG GW12-500
414
BRK NWS-WHT
388
BWK 13GREEN
29, 218
BWK 6150
22, 201
AMR R121-4
93
BAG GW16-500
414
BRK PP125
407
BWK 14GREEN
27, 213
BWK 6155
22, 201
AMR R1220-4
76
BAG GW20-500
414
BRK PP183
407
BWK 14TC
374
BWK 6170
22, 201
AMR R1223-4
76
BAG GW20S-500
414
BRK PP218
407
BWK 15GREEN
27, 213
BWK 6180
22, 201
Products
AMR R125-4
12, 93
BAG GW2-500
414
BRK TBLW-54108-25
407
BWK 16CC
50, 374
BWK 6190
29, 219
manufacturer or
AMR R135-4
97
BAG GW4-500
414
PROLINE-BRUSH
BWK 16COLDCUP
370
BWK 6200
29, 218
AMR R272-4
76
BAG GW6-500
414
BRU 119
261
BWK 16GREEN
27, 213
BWK 6202
29, 218
AMR R327-4
82
BAG GW8-500
414
BRU 121
261
BWK 16HOTCUP
370
BWK 6210
29, 219
AMR R570-4
113
BAG GX10-500
415
BRU 122
261
BWK 1717L
361
BWK 6212
29, 219
AMR R800-4
101
BAG GX12-500
415
BRU 124
261
BWK 17GREEN
27, 213
BWK 6220
29, 217
AMR R811-4
104
BAG GX16
415
BRU 125
261
BWK 19GREEN
24, 204
BWK 6250
27, 213
AMR R823-4
105
BAG GX2060
415
BRU 136
261
BWK 2051S
51, 379
BWK 6252
27, 213
AMR R827-4
105
BAG GX2-500
415
BRU 137
261
BWK 20CC
50, 374
BWK 6254
27, 213
stock number.
AMR R838-4
105
BAG GX2560S
415
BRU 138
261
BWK 20GREEN
22, 201
BWK 6256
27, 213
AMR R876-4
103
BAG GX4-500
415
BRU 20118
260
BWK 20HOTCUP
370
BWK 6260
27, 213
AMR R915-4
174
BAG GX5-500
415
BRU 20124
260
BWK 21GREEN
25, 211
BWK 6261
27, 213
434
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The Economics of Saving Energy Over the last year a great deal has happened in
The Economics of
Saving Energy
Over the last year a great deal has happened in the world’s
economy. Budget cuts and other forms of cost savings are
evermore present in business today. Nearly everyone is
being asked to accomplish the same results for less money.
Fortunately, you will find information and tips in this article
that could make a significant financial difference for your
company and the environment at the same time.
You are on the Front Lines
in the Energy War
included in more mid- to long-term plans. In
any case, consider these possibilities and the
tremendous difference they can make for your
company.
Eight Simple Steps
to Energy Savings
the energy efficiency of various products
side-by-side. Look for the ENERGY STAR label
whenever you are purchasing appliances,
lighting products, windows, etc. Keep in mind
that even a small improvement in energy
efficiency can really add up over the years. 2

Many people have jobs that give the opportunity to impact energy savings for their companies. If you have control over the heating and air- conditioning, hot water, electric lighting, or you purchase facility maintenance supplies for an office or building, you are in a position to make a tremendous difference for both the environment and the bottom line. The results of your actions can also make a difference with our nation’s dependency on foreign oil and help reduce global warming as well.

Armed with Information and Ready for Action

Our goal is to arm you with the information you need to make simple, effective changes, frequently by just making different decisions in areas that you already control.

Many people know they could improve energy efficiency for the good of the environment, but did you realize that you could actually add to your profits through energy savings even in this climate of reduced budgets, sales and profitability? Saving energy may be one of the few places where costs can be reduced without negative impact, such as job losses. Your energy choices can make a real impact on the bottom line.

“Business strategies built around the radically more productive use of natural resources can solve many environmental problems at a profit.” 1

4
4

One of the main areas where profit can be moved from energy expenses and added to the bottom line is by reducing the use of carbon- based fuels like coal, natural gas, propane, gasoline and diesel. In most parts of North America, electricity is produced with coal or natural gas; thus reducing electricity use helps reduce the use of carbon-based fuels.

Here are our suggested “Eight Simple Steps to Energy Savings”. Most of these steps you can begin immediately. Other actions may be

Get An Energy Audit Ask your energy company to arrange for

a simple general energy audit. This is an

inspection and analysis of the energy flows in your building—frequently at no cost—that will help point out where energy is being lost. An energy audit will assess the efficiency, condition and programming of mechanical systems such as the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and thermostats.

Armed with this information you may be able to make simple improvements such as upgrading door seals with weather stripping or replacing thermostats with more efficient programmable ones. A simple audit will show you improvements you can afford to make today and those that you can plan for in your budget. Either way, an audit will show you where there are energy losses—in other words, financial losses—that you can eliminate to recapture the money for your company’s financial health.

A

full-scale investment-grade audit is desirable

in

corporate settings where the cost of capital

improvements must be weighed against the expected return on investments. Many companies that conduct such audits discover that investment in energy savings can result in unexpected financial returns.

Watch for ENERGY STAR ® Labels The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sponsor a voluntary labeling program that helps you make informed decisions when purchasing many energy-using technologies. ENERGY STAR works with manufacturers, retailers and various levels of government to establish

a more universal system for evaluating these

technologies so you can easily see and compare

Reduce Water Heater Temperature In the typical office setting, 120°F is sufficient for hot water. The difference is unnoticeable and you can save 18% of the energy that would be used to heat water to the 140°F that many water heaters are preset to. You might even want to consider a solar water heating system. This is a good place to initiate the use of solar energy without making a major investment because residential-style solar water heating systems—suitable for many office settings— are widely available, time tested and can cut hot water bills in half. You may also find that there are tax credit plans that can help with the cost in your state. Certainly look into the solar alternative if you are buying a new water heater. 3

Reduce Office Equipment Energy Use Imagine that every computer and monitor in the United States was turned off at night. According to the Oregon Energy Council we could reduce carbon emissions by 7 million tons—the equivalent to the energy production of eight large power stations. 4

Forget the myths you might have heard that it doesn’t make any difference if you leave computers on all the time—or that shutting it off regularly might be harmful to the computer. If you want significant energy savings, turn computers off at night. After all, office equipment (including printers and copiers) consumes 16% of the energy used in the average office—a good reason for considering those ENERGY STAR ratings when purchasing new equipment. 5

You can accomplish this new Yoo objective a number of ways. For example, you can
You can accomplish this new
Yoo
objective a number of ways.
For example, you can make it
mandatory for employees to shut
off their equipment when they
leave at the end of the day or
have your cleaning staff turn off
computers, monitors, printers and
copiers.
Better yet, have your IT
department configure the “energy
saver” software settings that
are standard on most computers.
The “energy saver” settings will
automatically turn off and restart
computers and monitors at a
specified time. The settings can
easily be over-ridden by employees
working w overtime or second shift.
estimated to save $30 over its lifetime by using
75% less energy than an incandescent bulb
and will pay for itself in about 6 months. One of
the great features of CFL bulbs is they last 10
times longer—that means less time is spent
replacing bulbs. 7
Turn Off the Lights
When you consider that more than 35% of the
energy used by a typical commercial building
source of endless power plays and complaints.
If office workers are given free access, they
tend to abuse the thermostat by cranking up
the heat or air-conditioning much higher than
necessary to resolve momentary discomfort
that might be better solved with a sweater. You
can end the battle for temperature control for
economic reasons.
is consumed by lighting, you understand why it
makes a difference when lights are turned off
at night and even during the day in infrequently
used areas such as closets, storage rooms and
bathrooms. You might want to consider motion
detectors for those areas so building residents
don’t have to find the switch in the dark. With
a little planning, you can reduce the lighting bill
and still have plenty of light when and where
people need it. 8
Also, have your IT department make sure that
the t
automatic “power down” settings that
Maintain Your HV/AC System
Regular maintenance of your HV/AC system can
save money in a number of ways. It is a good
idea to have the entire system looked at by a
professional before the heating and cooling
seasons to make sure you are operating at peak
efficiency. 9
Establish appropriate settings and keep them
that way. Reduce temperatures 2 degrees in
the winter and increase them 2 degrees in the
summer to keep comfort levels adequate while
maximizing energy savings. Use programmable
thermostats so that you can greatly reduce
energy savings at night or over the weekend
and adjust to more comfortable settings during
the working day. Keep the thermostat under
lock and key. Open window blinds or curtains to
take advantage of solar heating in the winter
and close them to reduce air-conditioning needs
during the summer. 11, 12
1 From Harvard Business Review article A Road Map for Natural Capitalism,
by Amory B. Lovins, L. Hunter Lovins and Paul Hawken, May-June 1999
2 http://www1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/energystar.html

trigger “sleep modes” are configured properly. Use of sleep mode can reduce electricity consumption 70% or more and nearly every computer has both energy saver and sleep mode configurations. Just a few minutes spent setting these up properly can have a huge payoff in energy savings.

Screen savers do not save energy. In fact, many of them boost energy use and they are merely decorative so disabling them will save energy, too. 6 Use Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs Incandescent bulbs are obsolete for many uses today. If you are not using Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFL) (look for ENERGY STAR qualified bulbs) then you are missing out on a huge savings opportunity. Each bulb is

It

filters every 3 months. A dirty air filter makes a heating/air conditioning unit work harder and therefore consume more energy. You will see other benefits of regularly replacing filters. Less dirt and dust will build up inside the building’s ventilation system to help avoid costly repairs and a longer life for the mechanical components. 10

Get Control of the Temperature Whoever controls the thermostat controls the

monthly energy bill. In many offices the control

is also recommended that you change air

3 http://www.oeconline.org/resources/livinggreen/atwork/savingenergyatwork

4 http://www.oeconline.org/resources/livinggreen/atwork/savingenergyatwork

5 http://www.oeconline.org/resources/livinggreen/atwork/savingenergyatwork

6 http://www.energysavers.gov/your_home/appliances/index.cfm/mytopic=10070

7 http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=cfls.pr_cfls

8 http://www.energysavers.gov/your_home/lighting_daylighting/index.cfm/

mytopic=12280

9 http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=heat_cool.pr_maintenance

10 http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=heat_cool.pr_hvac

11 http://www1.eere.energy.gov/consumer/tips/thermostats.html

12 http://www1.eere.energy.gov/consumer/tips/heating_cooling.html

13 http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/conserve/materials/paper/basics/index.htm

of the thermostat is an ongoing battle and a Expanding the Green We are very
of the thermostat is an ongoing battle and a
Expanding the Green
We are very happy to announce that this catalog
offers our largest selection of green products
and supplies yet. You will find these products
easily identified with our Enviro-conscious logo.
Here are some of the categories where you will
find green products:
Chemicals & Janitorial
Whether you are cleaning floors, spraying kitchen
counters or performing many other cleaning
tasks, you will find green products here that offer
more environmentally friendly alternatives to
traditional cleaning products. As improvements
continue to be made, we encourage you to try
new products all the time. In some states there
are laws that mandate the use of green cleaning
supplies, particularly in schools.
using recycled paper. According to the EPA,
recycling one ton of paper will save enough
energy to power the average American home
for six months, save 7,000 gallons of water,
save 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space and reduce
greenhouse gas emissions by one metric ton of
carbon equivalent (MTCE). 13 So, recycling and
using recycled paper products can make a huge
difference.
you’ll find low-energy Compact Fluorescent
Light Bulbs.
Waste Receptacles
Trash is a resource when you are able to help
people sort the various categories of recyclable
materials such as paper, glass, metals and
plastic. You will find containers here that will
help you implement recycling in your facility.
Mops, Brooms & Brushes
You will be surprised how many mop heads
and other floor maintenance products are made
with recycled materials these days. What a
great way of getting the maximum use from our
resources.
Bags & Can Liners
Not only will you need bags and can liners for
managing recycled materials, you have green
options here too. Many trash bags are made
from recycled materials with no sacrifice in
capacity or strength.
Paper & Dispensers
Green choices for hand towels, facial and
toilet tissue and paper napkins can be an easy
environmental choice when there are so many
cost-competitive options to choose from, some
Facility Maintenance & Safety
You will find many products here that are
made from recycled materials and can also
help you implement recycling programs by
offering housekeeping carts that make recycling
programs easy to manage. This is also where
Foodservice
Choosing paper products makes environmental
sense and may work for your business. You’ll
find greener alternatives for cups, plates and
foodservice containers in this section.
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