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  • SIX SANITIZING STEPS FOR YOUR BUSINESS

    SIX SANITIZING STEPS FOR YOUR BUSINESS

    As businesses in Canada reopen, ensuring the health and safety of customers and employees is a key focus. To succeed in the “new normal” of the post-COVID 19 pandemic, businesses will need to step up their game regarding disinfecting regularly, perhaps even multiple times per day.



  • Our Volunteer Squad

    Our Volunteer Squad

    This past Saturday we had staff members volunteer their time off to come and help sanitize vehicles for our community front-line workers. Thank you to Anna, Bryan, Daun, Ron, Terry, Mike, Nancy, Nicole, Tania, Gabriel, Sean, Tricia, Tom and Daniel who all came out!



  • Cleaning, Disinfecting, Sanitizing, Sterilizing. Know the Difference.

    Cleaning, Disinfecting, Sanitizing, Sterilizing. Know the Difference.

    As our world is changing in so many ways to adapt to the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic, our knowledge and understanding of the meaning of these four terms requires clarification and definition.



  • Thank You Front-Line Workers

    Thank You Front-Line Workers

    Thank you front line workers! We know we are not the professionals when it comes to keeping our community safe and healthy but we are the professionals at cleaning and sanitizing. To show our appreciation for the sacrifice our first responders and health care workers have made during this pandemic, we would like to provide a sanitation service for your vehicles, and we would like to offer this service free of charge with no appointment necessary.



  • Best Practices to Minimize Your Risk of COVID-19

    Best Practices to Minimize Your Risk of COVID-19

    There are a lot of things we don’t know about COVID-19, but evidence shows that it spreads through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Other individuals may be infected when they touch a surface that has virus particles on it and then touch their own mouth, nose, or eyes. Here are some tips for minimizing your risk of contracting COVID-19.



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