Janitorial cleaning equipment is used to simplify maintenance procedures and boost worker productivity. Everyday new equipment innovations are brought to market. Being aware of the latest equipment innovation is important to continuously improving cleaning procedures and enhancing your facility's level of clean.
Orders for infection control products like disinfectants and other related items have increased across the nation as Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) continues to spread. Manufacturers of these products are having difficulty keeping up with demand, and your current disinfectant may be temporarily unavailable. If you can’t get the disinfectant you regularly use, other disinfectants, like bleach, can be used in its place.
Choosing between several different walk-behind floor scrubbers can be challenging, especially when some of the machines offer many of the same features and benefits. To help you narrow down your choices, we compared the best 4 walk-behind floor scrubbers of 2020 in a previous article. The Clarke® CA60 automatic floor scrubber made it on that list. It offers some key benefits that make it one of the most efficient scrubbers. What makes the Clarke® CA60 walk-behind floor scrubber one of the best autoscrubbers?
Whether you’re a small facility looking to upgrade from the standard mop and bucket, or a large facility that needs to reach into tight areas, integrating a small scrubber into your cleaning routine will help enhance the look of your floor, improve hygiene, and boost worker productivity.
[Updated: March 6, 2020] There’s been a lot of attention around the recent emergence of a new coronavirus (2019-nCoV). While the majority of the cases are in China, 2019 Novel Coronavirus is now prevalent in the U.S. While cases in the U.S. remain comparatively low, WHO and CDC expect more confirmed cases. To help you navigate the best way to control the spread of this virus and to prevent an outbreak from occurring in your facility, EBP has gathered information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and several of our manufacturing partners.
When it comes to product disposal, understanding what foodservice packaging products are recyclable can play a big role in satisfying your customers and lowering your environmental footprint. It is important to understand the disposal options of the materials you are purchasing so your business can meet your sustainability goals and exceed customer demands. For many, recycling begins with looking for a product’s recycling symbol and ends with putting the product in the recycling bin. But, just because a plastic or paper product can be recycled doesn’t mean it is widely accepted by your commercial hauler.
Without proper cleaning and sanitization procedures, foodservice operators are putting their customers at increased risk of foodborne illness. A food poisoning outbreak will negatively affect customer’s perception and satisfaction with your business, giving your business a bad reputation. A bad reputation can mean lost sales and may even put you out of business.
Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) can be intimidating to first time users, and even veterans, who may be using a new or different cleaning product for the first time. It is important for anyone handling or using commercial cleaning supplies to become familiarized with SDSs. Understanding how to read and apply the information on a Safety Data Sheet will allow you to work more safely and to do your job better. This article will clarify the sections of a safety data sheet and allow you to become more familiar with the format and contents of one.