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October 2013 Cleanthoughts

Fighting Fall Frights

Calling upon modern technology and up-to-date training, workers strive every day to kill harmful bathroom bacteria and viruses and to prevent dangerous cross contamination.


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Custodian logs nearly four decades

Custodian William Spencer's truck at Faulkner Career Technical Center has been a workday constant for his fellow employees for nearly 39 years.


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Custodians save jobs, lose pay

The cost Vicksburg Community Schools custodians must pay for avoiding the district privatizing their jobs is a steep one.


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AFFLINK honored for distribution excellence

AFFLINK has been awarded The President's Club for Distribution Excellence Award for 2012 from Atlanta-based Georgia Pacific.


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Mats And Matting Matter

Do you have an effective matting system in your facilities?

Mats — in their many configurations, colors and considerations for customization — get walked over and stepped on every day, but their importance should never be taken for granted.


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Third case of SARS-like virus confirmed

A Saudi citizen is the world's third confirmed case of a newly discovered SARS-related virus.


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CMM Online Poll

Hand Dryers Versus Paper Towels

What is your preferred method of removing moisture from your hands? If you want to elaborate on your preference, drop us a note and opine.


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Green Seal awards first specialty cleaner certification

PortionPac Corporation has the first two products to achieve GS-53 certification, Green Seal's new standard for specialty cleaning products.
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Crappy idea leads to entrepreneurial success

DURHAM, NC — Star Toilet Paper is the newest company to take a unique approach to advertising and reach a captive audience by printing advertisements and coupons on rolls of toilet paper.
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Wal-Mart cleared in illegal worker case

BENTONVILLE, AR — The plaintiffs accused Wal-Mart of trying to clean its stores "on the cheap" by partnering with contractors it knew had illegal workers who would be more open to lower wages and sub-par working conditions.
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