How many revolutions now? This is now the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In this current revolution, the emphasis is very much on artificial intelligence and the wonders of software technologies and those strange happenings known as ‘cloudbursts coming out of nowhere’. But over one hundred and fifty years ago it was the era of the First Industrial Revolution. And during that time, the emphasis was very much on the powerful exploitations of steam. Steam, of course, derives from water.
And the use of steam in today’s industrial era is still very much alive and well. You see evidence thereof in pretty much every industrial node you drive or travel past. Water is still in abundance in most parts but it has gotten to the point where these important resources have now got to be managed quite carefully indeed. And this is all in keeping with the paradigms to do with countering global warming, climate change and rising carbon levels.
Such paradigms would have been grave if it were not for all the positive sustainable developments making the rounds of commerce and industry. The steam cleaning college station movement is one such development. It should have been making waves by now but all in good time. It is only a matter of time before everyone catches on. Yes, steam is being used to a degree but very little water, if any at all, is being utilized.
Let’s just say that a steam cleaning exercise is done and dusted before it’s even begun. If you are allowed to stand at a distance and watch these men work, you will already see the positive after effects of steam cleaning while the process is still under way. You can start making a list of so many surfaces that steam cleaning is able to clean to as new.