Clean, Disinfect, PROTECT
ServiceMaster Clean is at the forefront of groundbreaking disinfection technology, and we’re ready to help you break the chain of infection. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, all public spaces are shifting their focus from regular cleaning to more intensive disinfection
methods. At ServiceMaster Clean, we’re excited to launch a new infection prevention service that goes beyond disinfection to create a clean, safe, and healthy environment.
At ServiceMaster Clean, we’ve partnered with Goldshield to provide a new post disinfection service offering that provides anti-microbial protection for up to 90 days. This is an exclusive partnership and ServiceMaster is the only company that can provide this patented, EPA registered infection prevention service.
ServiceMaster Clean has the technology, experience, training, and national network to meet your needs on an ongoing basis. As the new normal changes every day, you can rely on us to be your infection prevention partners every step of the way.
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Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE
CLEANING AND SANITIZING?
Disinfection and sanitization actually begin with thorough cleaning. Pathogens such as viruses and bacteria thrive in dirty environments, so effective disinfection or sanitization can’t occur unless surfaces are free of dust, dirt and grime.
Sanitizing kills up to 99.9% of germs/pathogens reducing the risk of infection.
Disinfecting is a step above sanitizing, killing up to 99.9999% of germs/pathogens on non-porous surfaces to reduce the risk of infection even further.
HOW DOES YOUR DISINFECTION PROCESS WORK?
Our disinfection process involves cleaning and disinfecting high touch areas in your facility.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the first step in the disinfection process is cleaning the surface to remove dirt, dust and debris.
SOME OTHER COMPANIES ARE
USING A FOGGING METHOD.
WHY AREN’T YOU DOING THAT?
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) currently doesn’t recommend a fogging method. Current fogging application methods being employed by other companies are imprecise and therefore unreliable.
WHAT GUIDELINES DO YOU FOLLOW?
The products we use are on the EPA’s List N — the list of products that meet their criteria for use against emerging pathogens including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Our teams use the recommended personal protective equipment (PPE), abide by the directions on the product label and follow the proper hand hygiene protocols.
WHAT METHOD DO YOU USE TO DISINFECT?
We use a hands-on application process, recommended by the CDC.This method gives more control over how much product is applied to help ensure it is effective.