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Environmental Sustainability

We are committed to making a positive impact


Our Framework

Kleenol is committed to making a positive impact through outstanding environmental sustainability performance. Our policy framework shows how our environmental sustainability vision aligns with our mission. It contains four underpinning principles and three priority areas, and conveys the key environmental sustainability impacts and the supporting approaches available to manage these impacts. In order to deliver our policy aspirations, KLEENOL implements a multi-step Environmental Sustainability Strategy. As a cleaning and environmental services provider KLEENOL is keenly aware of our potential impact on the environment, and we’re committed to responsible stewardship of our planet through the reduction of our carbon footprint and other sustainability initiatives. KLEENOL is proud to engage and participate in environmental initiatives throughout our local community.


In our industry we have strived to focus on carrying out operations with minimal impact to the environment. Hence, resources like water, energy and waste disposal and management are constantly being redesigned and re-engineered per every unique project.

Our introduction of Green seal chemicals by NCL and constant adoption into cleaning programs and training schedules has been our priority. Preserving forestry by using recycled paper products, marine life by using earth friendly chemicals, eliminating the dangers involved in waste water treatment and effluence thereby preserving plant, marine and wildlife.

Over the years Kleenol provide the most modern and effective solutions to our clients' cleaning problems thereby guaranteeing a work environment that is healthy and safe enhancing our clients' corporate image.

Our Projects

We have worked with state governments on locally relevant issues for a reduced impact on the environment. In 2013, we worked with UNDP during the programmed phasing out of HCFC's (Hydrochlorofluro carbons.) The process was successful with a worldwide 10% reduction consumption.