The novel coronavirus designated SARS-CoV-2 (also referred to as COVID-19, the name of the illness it causes) first appeared in late 2019 in Wuhan, China. As it spreads rapidly throughout the world, the novel coronavirus is testing the capacity of health systems in many countries. Proper disinfection of shared spaces is an important aspect of containing the spread of the virus, along with social distancing measures. But how can you ensure that the disinfectant you are using is effective against coronavirus?
When it comes to hands free soap and hand sanitizer dispensers, the two most common service issues are empty dispensers and worn out batteries. The Purell® ES8 dispensing system has a revolutionary design that eliminates both of those issues at once.
When a customer enters your business, you want to make a positive first impression. A clean, fresh fragrance can make a big impact. The battery-free TCell™ continuous odor control system makes odor control in your business nearly effortless.
Did you know that of the 254 million tons of trash generated in the US each year, nearly half of that trash comes from commercial facilities? Rubbermaid Configure™ is a completely customizable recycling system that can be tailored to your space and will result in lower hauling costs.
The Rubbermaid Configure™ system is a set of decorative refuse containers that are adaptable and fully customizable to provide the ideal recycling solution for every business. You can choose from a range of features including size, lid type, labels, custom colors and logos, configuration, and so much more.
Many facilities are using up to 30% more can liner than they actually need. Did you know you can save thousands of dollars by switching to the right can liners?
Using the wrong liner can result in unnecessary hazards, and wasted money. A liner that’s too small may fall into the receptacle or be stretched to the point of tearing, making more work for your staff. A bag that’s too big or stronger than necessary can dramatically increase your overall supply costs.
So how do you choose the right can liner?