The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists poor indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental threats to public health. Because most people spend 90 percent of their time indoors, it’s critical that we: Improve – the indoor environment. Limit – the spread of pathogens.
We can’t rely on our aging water infrastructure (see Flint, Michigan) to deliver clean, safe water to our faucets. In 2104 the World Health Organization (WHO), the White House, and the European Union went public with the growing threat of microbial resistance to antibiotics (Cameron postulates).
With antibiotics becoming increasingly less effective, it again could be possible to die from simple bacterial infections that were treatable in the recent past. Water treatment products and services are coming to market soon.
We identify how infectious disease moves, and we deliver state of the art solutions to limit exposure of our clients.
To not harm is our starting position. We focus our builds and rehabs of cleaning programs to meet the specific needs of your family, business, or industry.
We also identify how infectious disease moves within the built environment. We then employ layered infection control plans that address, hand, surface, and air hygiene. We develop systems that use persistent cleaning tools, working to remove as much human error as possible.Our priority is you.