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The Science of Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers and Norovirus
Neal Wieselman | October 5, 2023

November is a month of preparation, for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s—and, sorry to be a Scrooge—norovirus. According to the U.S. more

Keys to Floor Cleaning for a Safer School Year
Carlos Albir Jr. | October 3, 2023

The 2023-2024 school year is in full swing which means hallways and classrooms are filled with students, teachers, and staff. This more

Training Opportunities Help Build Cleaning Careers
Adam Camhi | March 9, 2023

In today’s world, a building’s health is more important than ever. Not only is safety a major factor for stakeholders in more

Importance of Optimum Laundry System and Techniques for Fiber Cloths
Kendal St. Louis | March 2, 2023

Recently, the media has accused synthetic textile washing of causing fiber contamination. Clothing created from natural fibers is clothing made from more

Hybrid Polymers – More Sustainable Polymer Solutions for I&I Cleaning
Anna Gripp; Klin Rodrigues, Ph. D; and Kevin Salmon | February 28, 2023

Recent cleaning product launches in the Industrial and institutional (I&I) cleaning segment indicate this segment is trending greener. Formulators, therefore, may more

A New Chemical Innovation for Good
Dr. Altaf Lal; André Fay, PH.D., M.D.; Jack Caravanos, DRPH; Toni Choueiri, M.D.; and Dr. William Esposito, DRPH, CIH | November 17, 2022

The treatment and distribution of drinking water for safe use is a landmark achievement of the 20th century. Up through the more

Comparison of an Antimicrobial Air Treatment Technology with Enhanced Ventilation and Filtration Strategies
Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Mitchel W. Simpler, Christopher J. Holliday, and William l. Jordan | November 14, 2022

Grignard Pure® is an antimicrobial air treatment product that is released into the air as a vapor, where it contacts and more

Airborne Virus Concerns
Gediminas “Gedi” Mainelis, Ph.D.; Emanuel Goldman, Ph.D.; Antony Galione, MA Ph.D.; Don Schaffner, Ph.D. & contributing authors | October 31, 2022

The Problem: Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 is predominantly through inhalation A recently published research paper from the Department of Environmental Health Sciences more