SourceONE is a well-respected leader in the environmentally-preferred green cleaning industry.

SourceONE remains at the forefront of green cleaning development, by tailoring sustainable, environmentally-friendly and cost-effective programs to meet the specific demands of each of its clients. It has vast experience, expertise, and a proven track record of providing green cleaning solutions, through its outstanding stewardship with suppliers, as well as its procurement strategy.

SourceONE Green cleaning program offers the following:

  • Continuous improvement training for all associates
  • Standardized sustainable cleaning processes and procedures
  • Experienced, invested, interested, and accountable management
  • Certified sustainable chemicals, products, tools, and equipment at competitive prices
  • Recycling programs, duct cleaning, filter changing, etc.

Our Green Cleaning services in San Jose use Green-Seal certified and environmentally preferable products along with environmentally conscious practices to minimize the impact on health and the environment while enhancing employee morale, productivity, safety, and wellness.  Green Seal products include certified environmentally preferable chemicals with Green Label style vacuum cleaners and Micro Fiber cleaning cloths in our daily cleaning.


SourceONE can assist our clients in achieving points under the LEED for Existing Buildings with LEED certification.

SourceONE has proven expertise in developing effective green cleaning programs by evaluating and implementing methods that create efficiencies, reduce client costs and result in customer revenue gain. Our professional cleaning services begin with Mother Nature in mind.

Key to this success is the synergy that comes from combining cleaning and recycling services.

Reducing Operating Costs For Our Recycling Programs

We take an aggressive approach to recycling and cost avoidance, helping our clients reduce their operating costs.

  • Green chemicals used throughout the company
  • Hazardous chemical compliance
  • EPA guidelines considered when making paper and plastic purchasing decisions
  • Relationships with area recyclers