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The Budd Group virus disinfection services

The primary challenge facilities face in keeping surfaces clean and properly disinfected is verifying whether or not their efforts have been successful, and to what degree. Knowing this information is crucial for ensuring and maintaining a safe and hygienic work environment. As such, disinfection verification has long been in place for certain industries, such as food/beverage manufacturing plants, pharmaceutical/biomedical labs, healthcare, etc. But with the ongoing SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 pandemic...

The Budd Group employee disinfecting a car

During normal times, the standard school year would be approaching its end (or already over) for most students in the U.S. Of course, due to the COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, school has been out for several months across many regions, and no one is entirely sure when it will resume again. This postponement doesn’t render all school buses useless, of course. These vehicles may be enlisted for various purposes both during and after the pandemic. And when students do finally return to school, mos...

COVID-19 hand sanitizer and mask by a pool

As the COVID-19 (coronavirus 2019) pandemic continues, plenty of confusion and concern remains regarding what precautions to take in public and how we should be behaving. Generally speaking, the U.S. government and organizations like the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) have taken a broad, cautious approach to minimizing the risk of spreading COVID-19, while states, counties, and towns have come up with more focused guidelines based on their particular circumstances. Businesse...

The Budd Group COVID-19 disinfectant equipment

While much of the country remains in full or partial lockdown due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus 2019) pandemic, many areas have begun preparing to gradually reopen various parts of their economies. Of course, businesses deemed essential have been hard at work throughout this unprecedented time. Whether your facility has stayed open or plans on reopening soon, one issue has most likely been on your mind above all else: how to best keep your business safe and well-guarded against the spread of infe...

Sign saying a place is out of disinfectant supplies

One of the guiding theories in economics is the scarcity principle, which states that all goods are limited in supply, but unlimited in demand. This disequilibrium between supply and demand can lead to supply shortages in extreme circumstances, much like the current COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, this global viral outbreak has led to serious supply chain concerns for disinfectant products as businesses across industries seek effective disinfection solutions in greater numbers. To make matt...

If you have ever used a business’ restroom, you’ve most likely seen a poster somewhere above the sink that states employees must wash hands before returning to work. In fact, you may have seen so many of these posters that you barely notice them anymore. That’s because businesses are mandated by federal law to prominently display these handwashing posters in bathrooms, kitchens, and other specified locations. Of course, just because a business features these important signs doesn’t mean ...

If your company is part of an essential industry that’s still open for business during Coronavirus (COVID-19) Safer at Home and Shelter-in-Place orders, it’s natural to be concerned. You need to serve your community, but you also need to minimize risk. There is an option that allows you to move forward and remain open. On-site disinfection can better protect against coronavirus spreading. There are many benefits to investing in this vital service. #1 Improving Health and Safety On-site ...

No matter where you work or spend most of your time, it’s now more important than ever that your immediate environment is clean and disinfected. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, and many of those infected with this virus aren’t even aware of it, as they may be asymptomatic (not showing signs of illness), but still contagious.  So, community facilities that have to stay open during this pandemic must take every precaution possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19, wh...

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as doctors and researchers continue to learn more about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), they’ve determined that the virus primarily passes from one host to another via airborne droplets. The virus can also survive for prolonged periods of time on various surfaces (fomites), but it hasn’t been confirmed that it effectively spreads in this manner. Still, community facilities should do everything they can do to prevent the spr...

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