Category: Coronavirus Disinfection Services

Contractor spray disinfecting a doorknob

The hospitality industry took a major blow in 2020 and the first quarter of 2021, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as vaccines continue to roll out and case numbers decline across the country, hotels, venues, and other public spaces are looking to rebound this summer. This major increase in demand is undeniably great news for hotel owners, but those who aren’t prepared to handle such an influx of guests this year may find themselves struggling to keep their customers satisfied. You’...

Air purifying system

In 1972, the American Lung Association (ALA) instated “Clean Air Week” in May to inform the public about how air quality can affect one’s respiratory health. Two decades later, in 1994, the ALA expanded this initiative, devoting the entire month of May to clean air awareness. This year and last, Clean Air Month has a renewed importance in the wake of COVID-19. Top scientists and researchers have discovered that the primary method of COVID-19 transmission is via respiratory droplets in the ...

Every type of facility must adhere to certain cleanliness standards and healthcare facilities most of all. Healthcare institutions like hospitals process and retain countless individuals, many of whom harbor transmissible diseases and/or are susceptible to further illness from others and their surrounding environment. It’s imperative, then, that these facilities constantly remain clean and sanitary for the benefit of all patients, staff, and visitors. Let’s go over how to make sure your hosp...

Air filter being installed in an office building

In our recent blog, “Top Hazards of Dust in the Workplace,” we explore the many health threats posed by lingering dust particles in your work environment, including allergies, respiratory issues, the spread of disease, and even lung cancer. Indeed, an office’s indoor air quality (IAQ) plays a major role in the overall health and happiness of everyone inside, so maintaining clean internal air should be a priority for your business, especially if you’re planning for (or have recently under...

Person spraying disinfectant on a treadmill

After a long year of sporadic shutdowns and stay-at-home orders, people everywhere are eager to hit the gym once more. Fortunately, the advent of various effective vaccines for COVID-19 and increased distribution bodes well for gyms and their members this year. Whether you’re preparing to open your fitness center back up or attend your local gym, however, you must remain vigilant regarding the health and safety of those around you -- keeping your equipment clean and sanitary is key in this end...

In December 2020, Congress passed a $2.2 trillion economic stimulus package to support Americans while they navigated the new way of life during the coronavirus and all of the disasters it caused to the American economy. This package is known as the CARES Act. The CARES Act gave approximately $82 billion to students, educational institutions, schools, and states across the country. From there, specific amounts are designated to K-12 schools, higher education, early childhood care providers, and ...

As more and more businesses embark on their office reopening strategy after several turbulent months, they must reinvigorate their efforts to keep their facilities clean and safe for all employees, guests, and customers. Most of us know that dust can be a nuisance, but dust can also become a more serious hazard, especially as we continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Industries such as manufacturing and construction pose the highest risk of dust-related problems, but even small offices mus...

In December 2020, Congress passed a $900 billion relief package- with $82 billion set aside for education. There are specific amounts designated for K-12 schools, higher education, early childhood care providers, and schools run by the Bureau of Indian Education. $54.3 billion is for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER II Fund).There are several designated uses of funds including addressing learning loss, activities for supporting special populations, providing menta...

Person holding a personal air quality meter

While the air we breathe is all around us, we can’t see it with the naked eye. As a result, we don’t often think about the quality of the air inside our homes or workplaces. Just because we can’t get a visual on indoor air, however, doesn’t mean that it can't affect our health or well-being. Indeed, indoor air may be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air, especially if your property lacks proper ventilation -- these invisible pollutants can lead to respiratory issues and other ...

Person putting on reusable vinyl gloves

Disposable gloves can be immensely useful across industries and for a variety of tasks, preventing cross-contamination, protecting the skin from direct contact with viruses and bacteria, and more. However, the expendable nature of these gloves creates enormous amounts of waste, especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic when PPE (personal protective equipment) usage is at an all-time high. Not only is this waste an environmental hazard -- it’s also a drain on any business’s bottom line. Sim...

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