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Restroom malodor is sign of bigger problem

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In any type of facility, the restroom is often the most visited area of the building. Although building occupants may spend just a few minutes in the restroom, a lasting
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Minimizing cross-contamination in restrooms

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For this month’s article, we polled our readers about cross-contamination. The most effective products used by a well-trained staff cannot negate the fact that a facility’s restrooms pose a serious
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Odor control management plan

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Building service contractors (BSCs) and in-house service providers (ISPs) must deal with odor-related problems on a regular basis. Usually malodor is most present in restrooms, but can also be a
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Watching your restroom's waste

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Regardless of facility type or occupant use, the restroom is an area where haphazard habits are common. In recent years, the emergence of touch-free paper dispensers, for example, is one
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Green cleaning and the economy

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A recent survey sent to approximately 5,000 people who receive DestinationGreen, a monthly newsletter of The Ashkin Group, an internationally recognized consulting firm working to green the cleaning industry, indicates
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End-user purchasing, cleaning strategy trends in restroom care

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The restroom is one of the most demanding and difficult areas to clean and maintain. If not adequately maintained with effective products and trained professionals, a building’s restroom can be
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Employee turnover, critical product features

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How do you track your restroom cleaning throughout the day? Most end users will agree that the restroom is a high-maintenance area. And, most end users feel that they are
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A multi-tasking trend

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Increasing productivity and ease of use is something BCSs, in-house cleaners, and equipment manufacturers are very concerned with. What better way to accomplish both of these demands than to engineer
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