In 1996, a pair of Chicago doctors noticed an unusual disease that was causing serious illness, even death, among the city’s school-age children, athletes, and normally healthy people. Apparently, increasing
Water and public works department websites of cities across the U.S. often include advisories that suggest ways customers can avoid water backup problems and prevent blockages and other sewer-related issues.
We are entering a new era, when proper cleaning may become an essential defense against serious, even life-threatening infections. Proper cleaning is clearly associated with health since many common infections,
With the rise of infectious outbreaks in academic facilities, school administrators, PTAs, and local communities have started looking at cleaning programs as a means of control and prevention. Previously known