New York City Entrepreneur Launches Eco-Friendly Green House Cleaning Maid Service

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Scaling the twin peaks of a burgeoning environmental consumer movement and a steadily upward trend in service sector jobs, New Yorker Cori Morenberg recently launched the immediately successful non-toxic home and commercial cleaning business called Ms. Green-Clean (http://www.msgreenclean.com) that services Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and parts of Yonkers, Nyack and Westchester.

Scaling the twin peaks of a burgeoning environmental consumer movement and a steadily upward trend in service sector jobs, New Yorker Cori Morenberg recently launched the immediately successful non-toxic home and commercial cleaning business called Ms. Green-Clean (http://www.msgreenclean.com) that services Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and parts of Yonkers, Nyack and Westchester.

The spunky entrepreneur and her team of well-trained Cleaners scrub, polish and brighten New York City area homes and businesses using only non-toxic, natural, environmentally friendly products paired with equal parts elbow grease and common sense.

In addition to using several earth-friendly commercial cleaning products, Morenberg and her team mix up many of their own cleansers inspired by tried-and-true recipes containing vinegar, baking soda, borax, castile soap, essential oils of geranium, cinnamon, lemon, lavender, and tea tree, and several other common, natural aromatherapy and sanitizing ingredients.

In addition to standard maid and cleaning services Ms. Green-Clean offers deep-down Spring cleanings, moving-in and -out cleanings, pre- and post-party cleanings, purging and organizing assistance, and home eco-consultations.

With a degree in Botany and a fertile work history including environmental organizations such as the Wildlife Conservation Society, The New York Botanical Garden and Greenpeace, it was a natural transition for eco-conscious Morenberg to plant and grow this leafy, green business.

"And with global warming, species and habitat loss, pollution, and other environmental problems becoming so critical, it was a no-brainer," says Morenberg. "I really wanted to do something to make a difference and I think starting small and close to home is important. It empowers people to know they can make changes, and hopefully their positive actions snowball into wider arenas. I've always believed the sixties' phrase that 'the personal is political.'"

To learn more about Ms. Green-Clean's non-toxic maid services and to book appointments, visit online at http://www.msgreenclean.com.

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