Eco Clean Atlanta is your very own green home cleaning service. We strive to provide a thorough cleaning of your home with every service. By cleaning your home with biodegradable, non-toxic cleaners, we are conscious in providing a healthy clean living space for you, loved ones, pets and the planet we share.
We also use aromatherapy in your cleaning session if you desire it. The 100% pure essential oils we use, i.e. eucalyptus, lavender or lemongrass can really stimulate the senses. Our effort is to ensure that you arrive home to a space that is clean and smells fresh without lingering toxins that are harsh to breathe.
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Eco Clean Atlanta is your earth-friendly home cleaning service. If you dream of walking into an immaculate house without taking the time or effort, we are ready to help. Our home cleaning services cover a wide range of tasks to free up your time so you can concentrate on the important things in life - family, friends, pets and hobbies.
Your home should be the safest place in the world and by cleaning it regularly with non-toxic, biodegradable cleaners - you are making a conscious decision towards a healthy clean living space - for your loved ones, your pets and the planet as a whole.
We incorporate aromatherapy using 100% pure essential oils to the cleaning process. The natural scents of eucalyptus, lavender, lemongrass to mention a few can really rejuvenate and stimulate your senses if this is what you desire in your cleaning session.
Every effort is to ensure that you come home to a space that smells fresh and clean - instead of strong lingering toxins that are harsh to breathe. Eco Clean Atlanta is committed to creating a naturally clean environment for all of our clients, cleaning one home at a time.
· The average American household uses 40 pounds of them each year.
· Cleaning product manufacturers have turned our near obsession with cleanliness into an 18 billion industry that pollutes the environment; harms are bodies, and endanger future generations.
· In 2004 the World Wildlife Fund reported that human beings consume more natural resources that the Earth can produce.
· A 5 year study by scientist at Harvard University, released in 1986 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), revealed that pollution inside the typical American home was two to five times worse than the air outdoors.· A 2003 study by the U.S. Geological survey found low levels of household chemical compounds – in 139 streams and rivers downstream from urban areas. Of the 95 chemicals found, 33 are known or suspected to be hormonally active, 46 are pharmaceutically active. These chemicals end up in waste water plants and eventually in our homes via kitchen and bathroom taps.