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Cleaning to Reduce the Risk of Disease Outbreaks
|Science-based strategies reduce the risk of disease outbreaks in K-12 school systems.||Download PDF|
Kaivac, Cleaning and Public Restrooms
|In a classic and unique book written 30 years ago the architect and industrial consultant, Alexander Kira, discussed in detail the almost universal poor design of restroom facilities.||Download PDF|
Cleaning for Health: A Comparison of Cleaning Methods
|The results of this cleaning for health study were presented at the Cleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI) symposium on May 2, 2007 in Las Vegas, NV.||Download PDF|
The Public Restroom: A High Risk Environment
|From an environmental health scientist’s point of view a public restroom, is a high risk environment.||Download PDF|
Removing Soil: A Comparison of Cleaning Methods
|Kaivac has long believed that clean can be defined as the absence of soils, and has accordingly designed its no-touch cleaning systems from the start for maximum soil removal.||Download PDF|
Green Cleaning: Kaivac's Position
|The overall goal of green cleaning is to protect the health and safety of a building´s occupants and workers without harming the environment.||Download PDF|
No-Touch Cleaning: Cleaning up a Dirty Business
|There is hope for clean restrooms in the future, and happy janitorial workers. With No-Touch cleaning everybody wins||Download PDF|
What To Look For In A Strategic Partner
Separating the true strategic partners from the existing pool of suppliers and manufacturers isn’t easy. But the payback is well worth the effort. The right partner can go a long way in differentiating you from the competition.
Cleaner, Healthier Schools Without Busting the Budget
|School administrators today are caught in a real squeeze when it comes to
the appearance and safety of their school buildings. The bottom line is that schools are facing significantly greater cleaning challenges with substantially fewer resources.