As we continue to inch beyond the pandemic, we are starting to see specific supply chain trends evolving.
The way cleaning professionals approach carpet care can have an impact on guest satisfaction, brand reputation, and the bottom line.
An American Cleaning Institute survey found that the pandemic-heightened demand for wipes is expected to last.
Key considerations for cleaning commercial workspaces in a post-COVID-19 world.
Yorkdale is the latest Canadian facility to achieve the certification, which indicates that best infection prevention practices are in place.
Researchers found the risk of contamination on foil-covered high-touch surfaces was significantly lower.
Now that most places are returning to work and removing social distancing protocols, it’s important to stay on top of facility cleanliness.
However, only 13 per cent of respondents believe public spaces are currently being disinfected at a high level.
There's an established theory that over-enthusiastic cleaning can weaken immune systems, particularly those of children.
Veteran cleaning company Pegasus recently introduced a multi-step program to create and maintain healthy and safe environments.
Whatever the facility, prioritizing sustainable cleaning creates a healthier, greener environment for all.
Remember to keep pest management in mind this summer to create a plan of attack for all potential problems.
Best practices for in-house custodial teams and building service contractors to consider for their commercial carpet care programs.
As vaccinations increase and people become more comfortable visiting public spaces again, there will be greater demand for clean washrooms.
Post-COVID-19, there is no room for guessing or trial-and-error purchasing. If green cleaning is here to stay, it must be tried, tested, and proven.
Explore Edmonton has secured the biorisk certification.
The pandemic has yielded numerous key lessons for the cleaning industry, not least the importance of effective cleaning and training.