Serving the cities of 
Boise, Garden City, 
Eagle & Meridian

208-991-0456


Clean Green Boise

  • Cleaning Chemicals:  We use environmentally preferred chemicals which are designed to have a low environmental impact whenever practicable. 

  • Product Containers:  We purchase cleaning chemical concentrates instead of premixed alternatives, thereby eliminating excess container waste.  We also make use of many products whose containers are manufactured from recycled content; some of which are certified as biodegradable.

  • Cleaning Materials:  For every cleaning task, we use launderable materials which reduce waste; such as, microfiber mop-heads and microfiber cleaning towels.

  • Products we Offer: As an additional service, Spotless can provide a variety of environmentally-preferred consumable products to its clients:
            - Paper Products: that comply with the EPA's standards for 100% recycled content. 
            - Hand-soap: that is certified by EcoLogo (CCD-104) and Green Seal.
            - Restroom Deodorizers: that are 100% recyclable.  

  • Shipping: Our most frequently used products are all shipped from local distributors within the western United States, limiting the number of over-the-road trucked miles our products travel to us from the warehouse.





What makes Spotless Commercial Cleaning an eco-friendly company?
DfE - Green Cleaning Boise
Green Seal - Green Office Cleaning Service

Spotless Cleans Green!

Green Janitorial Service
Spotless Commercial Cleaning LLC:  Green Janitorial Service, Green Office Cleaning, Green Cleaning Boise.   RCE-33704
At Spotless, we highly value the health of our staff and clientele as well as the environmental impact of our methodologies. In selecting our cleaning products, we consider both a product's safety and its efficacy.
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