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Fundamental Science Concepts in Effective Cleaning

September 29, 2010

What is environmental science? Environmental science unites all the sciences that evolved over centuries. Its origins are in natural philosophy or logically and systematically examining the natural and man-made worlds. This long-term examination produced fundamental concepts for decision-making regarding how we live in relation to …

Effective Cleaning Defined

August 11, 2010

What is effective cleaning? Effective cleaning removes unwanted matter to the greatest or optimum extent possible. This reduces the likelihood of an adverse effect caused by unwanted matter exposure to man, valuable materials and the natural environment.   Effective cleaning is characterized by the following …

High Performance Cleaning Promotes Good Hygiene and Health Part 1

July 20, 2010

Health issues and microbiology-based cleaning concerns are rising. Anthrax, HIV, mold, the West Nile Virus and the more recent Avian or Bird Flu make understanding what we are confronting critical. Without that understanding, our ability to solve problems and protect clients, cleaning professionals and ourselves …

Cleaning and the Environment

July 11, 2010

In this age of environmental concern individuals are outwardly interested in the healthy state of their surroundings. As populations increase and we become more connected with our environment and each other through global communication, commerce and transportation, that interest also increases. Our desire for a …