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Copper allays germy fitness centres
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Copper alloys, traditionally used in hospitals to help fight health-care acquired infections, aren’t as prevalent in non-traditional spaces where germs also spread. While it’s been determined that antibacterial properties of copper metals kill 99.9 per cent of bacteria within two hours when installed on high-touch surfaces, there isn’t as much uptake in facilities like athletic centres or trendy mixed-use developments that add fitness areas.

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Keeping Afloat After a Flood
Whether a result of global warming, urban expansion, or inadequate city planning, one thing is clear: the potential for water-related disasters is real. And yet, many Canadian businesses have yet to take that risk to heart. »READ MORE
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Smart tech enhances restroom maintenance
Acquiring and analyzing reliable data in sufficient quantities is a challenge; however, there’s no shortage of innovation, from proprietary Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and manual rating systems to advanced touchscreen technology, to help overcome the difficulty of monitoring restroom maintenance. »READ MORE
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Is AR tech a turning point for the cleaning industry?
The cleaning industry has been around for a while, but new technologies like augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are new to the field. Some tech specialists believe that by 2020, most companies will be forced to use enhanced versions of reality in training programs in order to stay competitive and attract younger employees as the aging workforce retires. »READ MORE
 
 
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