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Cleaning News Nov 7, 2014

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For small sites such as convenience stores, pharmacies and banks, a clean environment keeps customers returning. However, space is lim- ited in these facilities, so there isn't room for bulky cleaning machines, tools and chemical systems. Today, there are new dosing and dispensing solutions designed specifically for small sites that deliver safe, sustainable and high quality cleaning results. Sustainability Sophisticated ready-to-use dosing systems reduce packaging waste through the use of hyper concentrates. Organizations can also reduce transportation and storage costs. Finally, the systems eliminate the guesswork involved in mixing products together, thus reducing chemical waste. Convenience Dilution control systems simplify the chemical preparation process so that workers THE RIGHT FIT: CHEMICAL CONCENTRATES FOR SMALL SITES Every day, in-house custodial professionals and building service contractors (BSCs) are on the front lines of health and hygiene. They protect countless people by being the first line of defense in keeping public and private spaces clean and hygienic. However, this role comes with unique challenges related to cross-contamination, health and safety, efficiency and costs. In some cases, traditional cleaning tools – like rental towels – may not fit the bill, as they can increase the spread of germs from one hard surface to another and even between work environments. While it can be complicated to find a one-size-fits-all solution to these challenges, disposable wipers can effectively help address a number of these problems. Replacing rental towels with disposable wipers can mitigate concerns around repur- posed towels as well as prevent bacteria from traveling from surface to surface. "Using a disposable wiper is the most hygienic option," said Trevor Kelley, Tork Wiper Product Manager for SCA's AfH Professional Hygiene business in North America. "You get a An interview with Bryon S. Peterson, Partner, Mobile-Pack. CN: What's your main line of business? BP: We are leaders in the cart-less cleaning industry. We design and manufacture the most creative and innovative products in our niche mar- ket. We sell cleaning packs to carry all of your cleaning tools and clean- ers. CN: What would you say makes your company unique? BP: Without question, it has been our foresight to see an emerging market to assist companies in the cleaning industry to provide a more mobile and discrete array of products, that simplify your employee's work responsibilities. Each of our employees are from the hospitality/cleaning industry, and are focused on a seamless process where Shop-Vac Corporation, the maker of the No. 1 brand of wet/dry vacuum cleaners, is proud to introduce a new line of air movement products and trash cans. Shop-Vac is the brand leader in wet/dry vacuum technology, and offers a large variety for any cleaning need. From household, basement, attic, garage, workshop to janitorial, factory mainte- nance, hospital and schools, it has the vacuum for your cleaning application. Shop-Vac vacuums have peak horsepowers from 1.0 to 6.5 in single stage and 2.0 to 4.0 peak horsepower in two-stage motors, filters from standard to HEPA filtration and 1.25, 1.5 and 2.5 inch accessories. No matter what vacuum you choose, Shop-Vac can help. The new Shop-Air line of products will include four different air movers, one air cleaner, three portable air circulators as well as three wall/ceiling mountable air circu- lators. These can be used in factories, on loading docks, barns or anywhere you need to circulate air in a large area. Shop-Vac is also offering a variety of accessories to compliment this line, Continued on Page 12 Continued on Page 12 PREVENTING CROSS-CONTAMINATION, ONE WIPER AT A TIME CLEANING EFFICIENCY, PRODUCTIVITY FROM MOBILE-PACK SHOP-AIR AND SHOP-CAN FROM SHOP-VAC Continued on Page 12 Continued on Page 6 O s e r C o m m u n i c a t i o n s G ro u p O rl a n d o Fri d a y, N o ve m b e r 7 , 2 0 1 4 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH ISSA

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