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Nearly 30 percent of our nations building suffer from indoor air quality problems. Twenty percent are serious. Indoor air quality is one of the EPA’s top five environmental health risks of our time. With a cost estimated at over $100 Billion in North America each year in health care, absenteeism, lost production time and lost revenue.

Microorganisms, dust mites, allergens and mold spore have been identified as a major contributors of common indoor air quality problems. Regular Maintenance of your Floorcovering can reduce the amount of particulate and microorganism, preventing exposure and thus, vastly improving working conditions.

CRI – Carpet and Rug Institute States

  • “Abnormally high levels of mold spores are most often associated with water damage, water intrusion, failed HVAC systems, or non-existent or ineffective cleaning systems.”
  • “Carpet that is maintained in a clean, dry condition does not support mold growth. Clean and dry = no mold.”
  • CRI recognizes and endorses ECO LOGIC ’s Cleaning System as an effective carpet deep-cleaning method.

Eco Logics Contributions to Better Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

  • Removes particulates (soil, spores, allergens and bacteria) from carpet rather than moving them around
  • Works with HVAC to effectively reduce airborne particulates, bio-aerosols, and VOCs.
  • No water introduced into carpet to promote biological activity, non growth platform. No wet-carpet smell.
  • Removes odors from carpet
  • No VOC-emitting solvent carriers and fragrances

CRI – Carpet and Rug Institute States

  • Recommends “removing or replacing previously soaked carpets and upholstery.”

Our Independent studies with Air Quality Sciences, Inc. (Atlanta, GA) and John Hopkins University Dermatology, Allergy, and Clinical Immunology Reference Laboratory showed that our cleaning technology is a key factor in helping reduce the problems associated with IAQ.

80% – 90%

Total Airborne


Airborne Total
Mold Spores


Extractable Dust
Mite Allergen

Reduced by

Total Volatile Organic Compound
(TVOC) on old, soiled carpet