Patrons of no-touch restrooms can activate toilet seat covers, dispense toilet paper, wash and dry their hands, and throw out trash, all without touching a dispenser or fixture.Article
Technology & Trends
The emergence of electrostatic spraying technology is giving way to better efficiencies and new responsibilities. Here are tips for training, remaining compliant with chemical use, and more.Article
Health care facilities that use continuous monitoring software on their building systems gain real-time data on temperature, humidity, water flow, and other issues that can lead to Legionnaires' Diseases.Article
Inspection reports ensure your team members are completing work in a consistent manner by providing feedback for improvement. Here are a few tips on how to properly configure and deliver your reports.Article
Find out what commercial restroom trends are on the horizon—and how they stand to change the methods, training, and tools many building maintenance providers currently use.Article
Today, the changing needs of facilities, combined with the evolution of technology, require a much bigger—and wiser—investment by both new and established businesses.Article
Concrete does not necessarily require as much attention as other types of hard-surface floors, although it does require specific types of cleaning and care.
Many medical centers are utilizing new, innovative products and systems to boost cleanliness levels, combat increasingly resistant germs, and deliver a new level of service.Article
Hands-free floor care scrubbers that can maneuver the halls of a hospital on their own are quickly becoming a sought-after solution in the fight against infection.Article
Carpet made from natural resources, such as wool and plant fibers, have become more popular in commercial spaces, but they do require special care.Article
While the webcast highlighted more than an hour’s worth of emerging trends and maintenance tips, many listeners still left with questions relating to their individual floor care needs.Article
Customer satisfaction is the staple of success in any service industry. Unfortunately, customer feedback is often elusive, and the feedback we do get may not always be reliable due to the way we go about getting it.Article
Data is playing a growing role in the commercial cleaning and facilities management industries.It is used to track cleanliness of surfaces and high-touch areas, and in workloading systems for staffing and budget planning.Article
Showing the ATP results to the prospect—with some systems, results are available in 15 seconds or less—reveals that what was once believed to be a clean and well-maintained facility, may not be as clean or healthy after all.Article
A new generation of floor-cleaning equipment incorporates robotics to provide hands-free operation. This capability is helping schools to become healthier by freeing janitorial staff to clean higher-value areas.