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September 30, 2019 Sponsored by SunBelt Rentals

2019 BSC/Contract Cleaning Benchmarking Survey Report

Find the latest business outlook from fellow building service contractors (BSCs), broken down by business type, size, revenue, geographical location, and more.

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Children running up stairs in a school with rubber flooring
September 27, 2019 Sandra Soraci

Acoustic Flooring Solutions for Health Care and Education Facilities

A quiet atmosphere can improve patient healing in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and other health care settings, as well as encourage learning in educational facilities. Flooring solutions that improve building acoustics, such as rubber floors, can be a good choice for these buildings.

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​The Right Answer to Restaurants' Food Labeling Needs
October 11, 2019 Sponsored by DayMark

​The Right Answer to Restaurants' Food Labeling Needs

Imagine, for a moment, a back-of-house automation solution that addresses everything from labeling to training and that can be accessed most anywhere in the world.

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multi-story apartment building
September 25, 2019 Doug Hoffman

Why New Buildings Need IAQ Management Programs

Contrary to popular belief, new buildings can have indoor air quality issues. Learn how an IAQ management program can alleviate issues from paint, construction materials, mold, and other contaminants.

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Preventing Legionella By Controlling Scale
September 17, 2012 Jan De Baat Doelman

Preventing Legionella By Controlling Scale

The Legionella bacterium Legionella pneumophila (L. pneumophila), the fundamental agent of Legionnaires’ disease, is a water-based organism that causes infection when inhaled in an aerosol form.

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Your Soil Is Showing
September 17, 2012

Your Soil Is Showing

Just like any other floor surface, carpet takes a beating from foot traffic.

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Creating An Action Plan For Event Cleaning
September 13, 2012 Matthew Kastel & Jordan Kobritz

Creating An Action Plan For Event Cleaning

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What's That Smell?
June 8, 2012 Fred Wehby

What's That Smell?

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Should Your Company Add Mold Remediation As A Service Line?
March 7, 2012 Cliff Zlotnik & Joe Hughes

Should Your Company Add Mold Remediation As A Service Line?

As the building''s trusted partner and expert on cleaning and maintenance issues, you may well be the first person to whom the owners or managers turn when there is a mold problem.

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A Place For Everything And Everything In Its Place
January 11, 2012 Amanda Martini-Hughes

A Place For Everything And Everything In Its Place

Webster''s Dictionary defines organization as "the act or process of organizing or of being organized."

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Avoiding Slip And Fall Lawsuits
January 11, 2012 Matt Morrison

Avoiding Slip And Fall Lawsuits

Although this situation legally turned out well for this cleaning contractor, slip and fall accidents do happen frequently, and blame — whether justified or not — may be directed toward the cleaning contractor.

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Is An Organized Parts Storeroom Worth The Investment?
January 11, 2012 Frank Murphy

Is An Organized Parts Storeroom Worth The Investment?

Overlooked is the fact that storerooms are of crucial importance to plant profitability and must be efficiently organized and well-managed.

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Tuesday's Ask the Experts: Post-construction cleaning
November 15, 2011

Tuesday's Ask the Experts: Post-construction cleaning

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Proper Battery Selection And Maintenance
November 10, 2011 Elke Hirschman

Proper Battery Selection And Maintenance

Today''s cleaning and maintenance professionals face a variety of challenges to getting their jobs done, ranging from limited staff to shrinking budgets.

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Ten Emerging JanSan Trends: Part One
September 9, 2011 Dave Frank

Ten Emerging JanSan Trends: Part One

We have identified 10 trends that are impacting the cleaning industry and the way facilities and businesses operate.

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Traffic Lane Soiling
July 29, 2011 Robert Kravitz

Traffic Lane Soiling

Traffic lane soiling frequently occurs in carpeted hallways, but it is equally common in large carpeted areas that are heavily traveled.

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