Dr. Glasel states that by applying Integrated Cleaning and Measurement (ICM) principles to cleaning, optimized cleaning processes can be developed in a methodical and logical way.
He notes that the cleaning methods that have traditionally been used have not been based on the physics and chemistry of the contamination to be removed, making them less effective.
Dr. Glasel adds that the introduction of the science of ICM into the field of cleaning private, public, and corporate spaces is a logical extension of highly effective cleaning and disinfection protocols developed over the past 40 years in the pharmaceutical, electronics and optical industries.
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