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Sanitation Costs, Are Yours Hidden?

Sanitation Labor Cost

There are obvious sanitation costs and hidden costs to a sanitation program. We discuss some of the “hidden” costs in this article and how to cut them. Continue reading

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Detergents Can Make Clean Cleaner?

Foaming Equipment

Thee are many detergents today on the market. Many factors determine which detergent will work the best with different soils. We discuss some of these factors and how they affect cleaning. Continue reading

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Surprising “Dirty” Things in Your World

cell phones

Your cell phone is much dirtier than some everyday items in your home. Continue reading

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Bacteria in Your Hand Soap!

cartridge type soap dispenser

The hand soap you use to clean your hands may actually be adding bacteria to them! Recent studies have shown that some types of hand soap dispensers in public restrooms can support bacterial growth. In this blog we discuss how to avoid this. Continue reading

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What’s Your Favorite? Paper Towels or Air Dryers

single use paper towel dispenser

This discussion covers several studies that tell the frequency of hand washing. It also discusses sanitary methods of drying your hands after washing them and which ones are the best | Supply Sanitation Systems Continue reading

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