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Science-based steps of the cleaning process: Part Two

Michael A. Berry, Ph.D.
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Published with permission by the Cleaning Industry Research Institute© 2008. This is part two in a series on the "Science-based steps of the cleaning process." Each step contains scientific concepts
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Science-based Steps Of The Cleaning Process: Part Four

Michael Berry, Ph.D.
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Published with permission by the Cleaning Industry Research Institute© 2008
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Seeing Colors In Restrooms And Beyond

Rich Parillo
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Before reading this article, please take a couple of moments to answer the following questions: Do you clean or manage facilities where cross contamination is a concern? Do any of
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'Sanitary' disposal units in women's restrooms

Ann Germanow
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It''s one of the most hazardous spots in the women''s restroom — it''s also the one nobody wants to talk about. Typically emptied daily, but thoroughly cleaned only sporadically or
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Dry, Healthy Hands Safeguard The Entire Facility

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Coincidentally, no sooner than I sit down to write this article does news break. "City Swine Surge Shuts [Three] Schools," reports the New York Post. According to the Post''s article:
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Science-based Steps Of The Cleaning Process: Part Six

Michael Berry, Ph.D.
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Containing, Removing Or Transporting Unwanted Matter
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Biowarfare In The Restroom: Mitigating Toilet 'Sneeze'

Dr. Jay Glasel
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"Aerosol: Particles, either liquid or solid, suspended in air." – definition from the Textbook of Military Medicine, Part I: Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare. It''s with good reason
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Touch Points

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Touch points; hot spots; high-risk areas; high-traffic areas; susceptible surfaces; and so on. There are many ways to describe the places that pose the most risk to users and building
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An Industry-wide Call To Action To Fight H1N1

Mike Sawchuk, vice president and general manager for Enviro-Solutions
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Although we are certainly hearing a lot about H1N1, or swine flu, in our industry, including what chemicals and products are needed to fight the disease, we are not hearing
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Preparing Occupants, Owners And Facility Managers For H1N1

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Since swine flu, also known as H1N1 flu, hit headlines a few months back, facility occupants, owners, managers and cleaning professionals have been put on alert. What should you know
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