Cleaner air leads to better decision-making, study finds
Study shows a greater risk of infection from hospital floors
Bradley Corp. reports 20 percent more people had complaints about public restrooms in 2015 than they did in 2012.
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.
To perform the study, Airmid Healthgroup created different chambers in which new and used carpet were installed.
Success stories pertaining to the cleaning and ongoing maintenance of hard surface floors as they relate to productivity, efficacy and sustainability.
Daily restroom upkeep