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Something in the air


Establishing that differential which elevates your proposition as a facility management service provider means routinely exceeding customer expectations. In TASKI’s sustainable partnership with ISS, this even extends to transforming the air that they breathe.


How do you maintain your position as one of the world’s largest facility management service providers?


How do you ensure that in the constant re-examination of your operations you continue to deliver cleaning excellence, while responding to changing customer needs?


ISS has identified that its long-term success depends on balancing social, environmental and economic factors, and placing sustainability at the heart of its operations. The company is currently engaged in a rigorous process to reduce its carbon footprint with even more challenging targets in mind, having already achieved its 2022 reduction target well ahead of schedule.


ISS is committed to procuring sustainable products and services to achieve its ambitious sustainability goals of significantly reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions.


A sustainable future


Globally recognised as a leader in cleaning services, ISS operate a fleet of TASKI vacuum cleaners; evidence of a long-term working relationship that’s created a mutual respect between these two pioneers in the cleaning industry. Each company’s DNA is underscored by a commitment to exceed expectations, while setting standards that positively impact their client’s costs.


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ISS’s transition to the TASKI AERO Plus vacuum as part of its sustainable mission has been a simple change with widespread positive impact, enabling them to achieve substantial energy savings without compromise on cleaning excellence.


The maximum power consumption of the TASKI AERO is 585 watts – one of the lowest on the market – and this energy efficiency delivers an increased ROI without any loss of performance. An Eco mode button reduces motor consumption by 50%, saving money and working with an ultra-silent volume level similar to a library’s background noise, which provides better working conditions for ISS staff and less intrusion for ISS clients. The TASKI AERO also more than doubles the 500-hour minimum lifetime expectation of a vacuum motor.


Pause for breath


The TASKI AERO’s impact on poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) delivers a less explicit, though no less important, benefit. IAQ flies under the radar, its lower profile partly due to its unseen nature. The gradual build-up of contaminants in office, work, hospitality and healthcare environments expose occupants to risk over time. Almost everything contributes in some small way toward an unhealthy atmosphere, including: carpets, office furnishings and


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