SSB 11/5/23: The Future of Clean: How the Cleaning Industry is Changing in 2024


The Future of Clean: How the Cleaning Industry is Changing in 2024

The cleaning industry has always been essential, but it has undergone significant transformations in recent years. With the ongoing global focus on health and sustainability, the year 2024 promises to bring even more changes and innovations to this vital sector. From advanced technology to evolving consumer preferences, here’s a glimpse into how the cleaning industry is set to change in 2024.

Technology-Driven Cleaning
2024 is poised to be the year of technology-driven cleaning. Automation and robotics are expected to play a pivotal role in enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of cleaning processes. Smart cleaning devices, such as robotic vacuum cleaners and window-cleaning drones, will become increasingly common in both residential and commercial settings. These devices will not only save time and labor costs but also provide a more thorough and consistent clean.

Green and Sustainable Practices
Sustainability is no longer just a buzzword; it’s a way of life. In 2024, the cleaning industry will continue to shift towards environmentally friendly and sustainable practices. Cleaning products and processes will prioritize eco-friendly materials, reducing the use of harmful chemicals and minimizing waste. Biodegradable cleaning solutions, reusable cleaning cloths, and energy-efficient equipment will become standard in the industry.

Health and Wellness-Centric Cleaning
The global pandemic has heightened awareness of hygiene and cleanliness. In 2024, cleaning companies will put a stronger emphasis on health and wellness-centric cleaning solutions. Disinfection practices will remain a top priority, and new technologies, such as UV-C disinfection robots, will gain prominence in disinfecting high-touch surfaces in public spaces.
Moreover, cleaning companies will offer specialized services for healthcare facilities, schools, and offices, ensuring that these environments meet the highest standards of cleanliness and sanitation. These tailored solutions will not only protect occupants but also provide peace of mind.

The cleaning industry is on the brink of significant change in 2024, driven by technology, sustainability, and a heightened focus on health and wellness. As cleaning companies adapt to these evolving trends, consumers can expect cleaner, safer, and more personalized cleaning services. With technology and sustainability at the forefront, the cleaning industry is set to create a brighter and cleaner future for us all.

Is your busness ready for these changes?

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The New Tech Show Update

We have a special guest, Jon Hill from Cobotiq (Collaborative Robotic Intelligence), Richmond, VA.

Jon was with us in 2022, show number #122, and we reached out to get an update on the robitics development in over a year. It ends up there has been a lot of changes in a short period of time.

Jon will be speaking at the coming 2023 ISSA show as a presenter  – Seminar Topic – “Embracing Disruption”.

Go Eagles!

Scott Jarden

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