Bee-Clean Building Maintenance


Bee-Clean is the first CIMS-Green Building certified cleaning company in Canada

Bee-Clean has a long-term commitment to sustainability in every aspect of its operations. The company has rigorously pursued the highest national and international standards of accreditation and is proud to be Canadian industry leaders.

CIMS (Cleaning Industry Management Standard) is the North American benchmark accreditation for cleaning companies. It applies to management, operations, performance systems, and processes. Compliance with the Standard demonstrates that Bee-Clean is structured to deliver consistent, quality services designed to meet the customer's needs and expectations.

In 2007 Bee-Clean received CIMS certification with honours.  Now the addition of CIMS-Green Building certification to makes us national industry leaders. We are proud to be the first Canadian participant to achieve this.

Bee-Clean’s Green Building Services

  • Green Cleaning policy and a Green/High performance cleaning program
  • Effectiveness assessment
  • Purchase of cleaning products, materials and equipment
  • Chemical and pollutant source control
  • Integrated pest management
  • Building exterior and hardscape management plan
  • Solid waste management (recycling)
  • Resource conservation

CIMS-GB also enables Bee-Clean to assist our clients in achieving points under the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance (LEED-EBOM) system, while greening their operations overall. 

Bee-Clean’s leadership in sustainability offers an increased level of confidence for all our clients.

ISSA congratulates the pioneer organizations who are the first to achieve CIMS-GB certification and have, therefore, demonstrated a commitment to delivering environmentally preferable cleaning service,”

“Not only do these organizations represent the professional cleaning industry as companies of operational excellence, they depict a commitment to sustainability and providing added value to their customers.”

Dan Wagner, Director of Facility Service Programs,ISSA – the Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association

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