Providing a clean, healthy and safe environment presents challenges where large groups of people are living in confined spaces, especially in jails and prisons. Not only is there a greater potential for spreading infection, but also for other types of contamination as well. That’s why facility managers need to be vigilant when it comes to […]Read more "Keeping Correctional Facilities Sanitary, Safe and Secure"
Recycling, cleaning, and reusing water in today’s commercial car wash facilities solves the problem of operating under water restriction laws and makes financial sense for both commercial and fleet car and truck wash facilities. Today, legislation mandates lower water use, and some state laws require new car washes to reuse fifty percent of their water […]Read more "Water Reuse, Odor Control, and Compliance for Today’s Car Washes"
Two focus points of food sanitation are protecting your brand and controlling the perpetual concerns of biofilm, listeria, and now drain maintenance. According to a 2016 article published in Time, the FDA recalled more than 300-million total food items, and USDA issued recalls for more than 60-million pounds of food. In many of these instances, […]Read more "Public Enemy Number One"
A problem once thought mostly eradicated in the United States has been on the rise over the past several decades: bed bugs are back. Increased travel from foreign countries is thought to be one major reason since bed bugs tag along in luggage and on clothing. A Pennsylvania State University study points to the ban […]Read more "Taking Care of Those Small, Unwanted Guests!"
The World Health Organization, also referred to as WHO, released its list of priority drug resistant organisms that pose a great threat to human health around the globe. The intent of this list is to promote research and development of new drugs and help develop better strategies to prevent infections of these organisms. This list […]Read more "Best Practices for Cleaning & Disinfection"
“Highly contagious and resilient, the norovirus, which causes vomiting and other flu-like symptoms, has brought families and school systems to a halt. Each year brings an average of 19 to 21 million cases.”Read more "Stop the Spread of Norovirus"