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Preventing illnesses has never been more important as employees, students, and customers return to a new post-pandemic environment. Based on recent changes in governmental compliance, the possibility of transmission has drastically increased due to the removal of mask mandates which has also increased the threat of illness in indoor spaces primarily due to surfaces that harbor a broad spectrum of microorganisms and the increase in person to person contact. Manual cleaning methods and traditional disinfecting tools aren’t designed to effectively reach all surfaces, leaving facilities and their occupants at risk.
With the spread of COVID-19, you want to ensure that you provide a healthy environment for all occupants. With conventional cleaning methods, it’s often difficult to reach areas, like keyboards, light switches, equipment, and areas that are frequently occupied by customers such as restrooms, kitchens, transit systems, restaurants, vehicles and retail stores, which creates increased exposure to contaminated surfaces that often become a source of transmission.
Our GBAC Certified Technicians utilize commercial-grade, induction-charged electrostatic sprayers combined with an infection control application process that focuses on high touch points and high traffic areas, throughout your business to ensure your space is cleaned and disinfected correctly by using EPA-certified eco-friendly products that are proven to kill the COVID-19 virus and a wide variety of other dangerous pathogens that can endanger your occupants.
When someone who’s infected coughs or sneezes, germs become airborne, then land on surfaces and contaminate them. On cardboard, the COVID-19 virus can live for 24 hours. It can also remain on plastics for two days and on metal for up to three days. Without proper disinfection, this can trigger transmission amongst occupants.
Schedule your commercial disinfection treatment today to keep your occupants safe!
The economic cost of lost productivity due to viral illnesses = $40 billion annually
$16.6 billion is due to on-the-job
$8 billion is due to absenteeism, costing $1,685 per employee
In hard-to-reach areas saving universities $400,000 to combat a single norovirus outbreak.
Than manual disinfection using a trigger sprayer
Covers more space