Green technology has produced chemicals in recent years that are as good as, if not better than, traditional cleaning chemicals. But that’s not always been the case. In fact, when green chemicals first came out they were considered lower performing than their traditional counterparts and had high price points.

Nowadays, however, the cost of high-quality green chemicals is no more than a high quality traditional chemical. Thus, end users are able to reduce cleaning costs since implementing green chemicals as part of a green cleaning program typically streamlines the number of chemical components required. If a facility accounts for an increase in productivity, plus the reduction in liability costs, green chemicals offer a favorable economic outcome.