Cleaning to Prevent Seasonal Asthma

High-performance cleaning reduces the presence of allergens, pests, and particles that contribute to seasonal asthma symptoms and attacks that contributed to the death of thousands of people in the U.S. each year.

Combatting Seasonal Asthma With Enhanced Cleaning for Health
Asthma-related mortality accounts for roughly 3000-3500 deaths in the U.S. per year, with an average of 9.3 deaths per million residents in California, and primarily impacts those aged 5-34 years, June through August.

Sick Building Syndrome Post-COVID-19

Sick building syndrome--the unseen killer of workplace health and productivity--is rapidly being thrust to center stage as efforts to combat the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic have both improved and simultaneously eroded indoor air quality.

Sick Building Syndrome and SARS-CoV-2
Sick building syndrome is a disorder typically traced to the indoor environment and air quality of a particular facility that afflicts occupants while present in the building with a wide range of symptoms commonly observed in cold and flu infections, but where the symptoms almost always abate shortly after exiting the building.

How COVID-19 Changed Professional Janitorial Services

COVID-19 has forever changed the face and function of the janitorial industry--certainly for the better--with greater emphasis being placed on effective cleaning for health measures and occupant wellness and safety.

COVID-19 has Forever Changed the Janitorial Industry
The pandemic has completely changed the janitorial industry in many ways, including:

How often cleaning is performed.

Some Health Officials Are Concerned About the 2021-22 Flu

A hypothetical scenario regarding a potentially devastating 2021-22 influenza season starting this fall is gaining some steam as health officials worry that a diminished 2020-21 season has left many unexposed and vulnerable.

Dire Predictions Regarding the 2021-22 Influenza Season
The 2020-21 influenza season was a small boon to overtaxed healthcare systems already working at capacity to address the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 outbreak.