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EVENTS

JUNE 29
CSSA - BCCCA Golf Tournament 
Eaglequest/Coyote Creek Golf Course
Click here for more information

AUGUST 10
Manitoba/Saskatchewan Chapter Golf Tournament
Lorette Golf Course
Contact: Julie Currie  E-mail: julie@revsales.com
Tel: 204 962-1849
Click here for the registration form

SEPTEMBER 16
Alberta Chapter Golf Tournament
River Bend Golf Course

Contact: Tami Hatcher
403 243- 0122
Fax 403 243-9586
tami.hatcher@saniworks.com
Click here for information

SEPTEMBER 27
Écosalubrité 2016
Place Forzani, Laval
Click here for more information

Case Study: Disinfecting Process Reduces Surgical Site Infection Rates at Lowell General Hospital
CLEAN LINK

Operating rooms are supposed to be sterile environments, but studies show that they remain contaminated with microscopic pathogens even after they have been cleaned. The remaining germs and bacteria can pose a threat to the next patient in that room.

Going From Selling Private Labels To Creating A Private Brand
CLEAN LINK

Once regarded as substandard, private label products have undergone an image overhaul. They now have a much more positive reputation: as budget-friendly alternatives to big-name brands, they don’t sacrifice quality and they foster repeat business.

Recycling of cleaning machines gathers pace
EUROPEAN CLEANING JOURNAL

European Cleaning Machines Recycling (ECMR) - the Netherlands-based organisation that recycles cleaning machines when they have come to the end of their use - has signed its latest manufacturer agreement. It now has a two-year contract with Diversey Care to recall and recycle the company’s machines.

Indian institute invents self-cleaning cloth
EUROPEAN CLEANING JOURNAL

Scientists in India have invented a substance they claim can make clothing stain-proof. The substance uses nano-particles of titanium dioxide which, when mixed with an alcohol-like substance and sprayed on to clean clothes, is said to be an effective stain remover.

The germ-free (and worry-free) hotel room of the future enabled by UV LEDs
HOSPITALITYNET

They're on the bathroom counters, in the drinking glasses and even on the television remotes. Hotel guests may bring their own sanitizing wipes and sprays, but at the end of the day, visitors rely on management to provide a clean, comfortable room for them to enjoy. The reality is that these dangers lurking in hotel rooms most often go unnoticed.

The World Is Covered in Feces, So Wash Your Hands, Please
NEW YORK MAGAZINE

Hand-washing has a surprisingly ignoble history. The 19th-century Hungarian pathologist Ignaz Semmelweis was chastised and ignored when he told surgeons that they should wash their hands and instruments with a chlorine solution between examining corpses and delivering babies. (He eventually died in an insane asylum. Of infection.) 

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Biological and Chemical Cleaning: Two Sustainable Solutions
AVMOR

As people have become increasingly aware of and concerned about health and safety issues, businesses have come under significant pressure to take active measures in order to safeguard the health and safety of their workers, customers and the surrounding environment.

Healthcare Facilities Moving to Microfiber Flat-Mop Systems
AMERICAN LAUNDRY NEWS

Hospital-acquired infections (HAI) get a lot of press. That makes sense because when a patient enters a healthcare facility, they’re looking to get better, not become infected. Because of HAIs, healthcare facilities are looking at effective surface disinfection, and this includes the floors and the mops used.

DETECTO Introduces New HealthySole UV-C Germicidal Disinfection
INFECTION CONTROL TODAY

DETECTO's U.S.-made HealthySole® is an effective and groundbreaking use of UV-C technology that eliminates the dangerous organisms that cause healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). By introducing the patented HealthySole® into an existing infection control and prevention program, a healthcare facility adds a significant active layer of defense, that once implemented, reduces the rate of airborne, horizontal and cross contamination and does not incur additional labor costs.

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