Items Tagged with 'bacteria'
A new study has found that elevator buttons are more likely to be colonized by bacteria than toilet surfaces.
In our attempt to make everything clean, dirt and germs have become the enemies of the modern lifestyle, but is our obsession with being clean could actually be detrimental to our health.
Major manufacturers call it a powerful germ-killing ingredient for soaps, toothpastes and deodorants, but Susan Kriznik, an infection prevention manager at Allegheny General Hospital, won't allow triclosan on her shelves at home.
Indoor air quality is an important, and often overlooked, area of building improvement.
British Prime Minster David Cameron has vowed Britain will lead a global fightback against antibiotic-resistant superbugsto prevent the world from being "cast back into the dark ages of medicine."
In venues that are aiming for upscale audiences and luxurious looks, restrooms are also part of the equation.
There has long been a debate over whether or not carpet is good or bad for indoor air quality and those who spend their days (and nights) breathing in that air.
Efficient completion of project cleaning is more important than ever before for cleaning professionals.
Conduct a quick audit of your operations to make sure none of your employees are committing the 10 most common cleaning mistakes.
A risk management plan can be established by identifying and assessing risks and then developing strategies to manage them.