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The goal of the standard is to provide schools with a tool that will help them measure and monitor the effectiveness of the cleaning processes.
Rubber floors require specialized care to keep them looking and performing at their best. In fact, maintenance requirements are often underestimated.
A green cleaning program is about more than simply using ‘green’ products.
The list of active ingredients used in disinfectants is lengthy and full of trade-offs.
E-learning systems are becoming a popular training option in the cleaning industry, but how do employers determine which is the best investment?
Companies across North America have been testing cleaning robots for the past few years, but the turning point may have been last fall.
A Drug Identification Number (DIN) is an eight digit number assigned by Health Canada to a drug product prior to being marketed in Canada.
It’s been quite a journey for two University of Waterloo Engineering graduates who dreamed of creating an autonomous robot company.
Now in operation for more than six decades, Sunshine Building Maintenance Inc. is one of the largest privately owned cleaning companies in Ontario.
A good or bad experience on a person’s first visit to a building can be the difference between a returning client or a lost opportunity. An opinion is formed within seconds of an individual walking through your doors and the scent that greets their nostrils will go a long way to deciding whether that opinion is positive or negative.
As facilities evolve and become more high tech, new systems have developed to help improve efficiency - especially when it comes to cleaning schedules.
Copper alloys used more in hospitals to help fight health-care acquired infections, aren’t as prevalent in non-traditional spaces where germs also spread.
The cleaning industry has been around for a while, but new technologies like augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are new to the field.
There are now several options that help facilities proactively address issues related to forgotten and ignored waste areas.
The decreasing costs of sensors means the Internet of Things is rapidly moving into new areas of commercial properties, such as waste management.
Facilities still contain built-in materials that were exposed to rain and snow in the construction or renovation process, leading to the presence of mould.