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Useful Cleaning Industry Resources

Cleaning companies, which operate on the territory of Australia, need to comply with all industry-specific standards for safe work and green cleaning. Strictly following protocols aids the creation of a safer environment and positively affects the final service result. Australian residential cleaning service contractors who follow safety codes and apply the international guidelines for conducting quality house cleaning services are a preferred choice by Sydney residents.

Being an environmentally oriented country, Australia is a proud home to many ecology organisations and industry associations which unite contractors and nature supporters in a common cause – to boost conservation and provide better life resilience for local residents.

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Cleaning Industry & Nature Conservation Organisations in Australia

NSW Environment Protection Authority

This is the site of Environment Protection Authority which has been established in 2012. On their website you can find information about environmental regulation and protection.

Office of Environment and Heritage of New South Wales

The New South Wales Office of Environment & Heritage works for ensuring the maintenance of a clean and risk-free environment for the development of the local biodiversity. OEH aims at creating a sustainable environment where the local flora and fauna can thrive together with the flourishment of the cities. The organization also strives to educate families and individuals on the perks of relying on green home cleaning products for maintaining a germ-free home while keeping the local environment safe from chemicals and waste.

Australian Conservation Foundation

The Australian Conservation Foundation stands for sustainability and aims at creating a better life resilience for the Sydney residents without making compromises on nature. The organization is focused on nature conservation and reduction of the country’s carbon footprint, a cause which Paul’s Cleaning Sydney supports fully in each way possible.

Clean Up Australia

Started as a small cause for environmental support, emerged in the backyard of a Sydney Harbour resident, Clean Up Australia grew to become the country’s largest environmental event getting support from almost 300,000 Australians on the very first day of the event. The Clean Up Australia Day was inspired by the need of a better ecological education. The ogranization acts in educating Australians to recognize and love nature in all parts of our planet, while doing everything in its power to prevent pollution and helping the development of the local nature conservation industry. Paul’s Cleaning Sydney strives to spread the cause of The Clean up Australia Day and help for the reduction of the local waste.

Keep Australia Beautiful

Keep Australia Beautiful is recognized as Australia’s leader in spreading Australia’s independent litter prevention cause. The organization consists of an independent federation network in each State and Territory. KAB has almost 50 years of experience in developing various natural conservation events and organizations throughout the country and is on a mission to lead, influence and advocate for environmental sustainability.

Hope Australia

HOPE is an Australian nature conservation organization which endorses individual action in sustaining the local environment and encourages the creation of community nature-friendly events which aim at educating locals in the imporance of maintaining a sustainable lifestyle. To help families and individuals in their mission to support sustainable living,  Hope Australia has developed a useful green cleaning chart, which brings awareness of the value of eco living and its effect on the planet as a whole.

Other Australian & Worldwide Cleaning and Ecological Associations:

http://www.issa.com/ – The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association

http://www.cleaningcontractors.com.au/ – Australian Cleaning Contractors’ Alliance

http://www.arcsi.org/ – Association for the Residential Cleaning Industry

http://www.scria.org.au/ – Specialised Cleaning & Restoration Industry Association Inc.

http://www.restorationindustry.org/ – Restoration Industry Association

http://bscaa.com/ – Building Service Contractors Association of Australia

http://www.iicrc.org/ – Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification

http://www.awcf.org.au/ – Australian Window Cleaning Federation

http://www.awa.org.au/ – Australian Window Association

http://www.ausjetinc.com.au/ – Australasian High Pressure Water Jetting Association

http://www.gbca.org.au/ – Green Building Council Association

http://www.ecolsoc.org.au/ – Ecological Society of Australia