Biocleaning – Top 5 themes of 2020 … and it wasn’t all about COVID-19

With the disruptions of 2020 largely behind us, and the promise of a return to some form normality, the topics that attracted the most attention were not all related to the challenges of living with the virus. Facilities managers, sales and operations staff, and executive directors remained interested in simple issues such as blocked drains and persistent odour.

Facilities services, pest and hygiene companies, and janitorial suppliers represented the businesses were at the forefront of tackling the problems of clogged plumbing and ingrained organic grime using biological cleaning innovation.

So, which posts and blogs dealing with biological cleaning solutions dominated in 2020? And did the Corona virus make the list at all?

5. Shopping Centre Success – Urinal Blockages and Constant Bad Smells

Using a number of well-documented case studies, this blog deals with the issue that is at the top of the list of problem areas for facilities managers and the operations supervisors of cleaning companies, namely blockages and persistent odour around men’s urinals. It also tackles the problem of lingering odour around high-traffic areas and drains in washrooms generally.

4. Good, Better, Best … Chemical Cleaners vs. Enzymic vs. Biological

Using biological cleaning solutions is quantifiably more economical than using harmful chemical cleaners, and has been shown to measurably outlast enzymic alternatives. Why would anyone continue to use vast quantities of chemical compounds that pose an ongoing threat to the natural environment?

3. New Year … Same Washroom Problems – 6 Strategies That Will Fix Persistent Issues

At the start of every new year, businesses in the cleaning and facilities services industries assess the effectiveness of the cleaning solutions they employed the year before. This is done in the hope to identify approaches that are simpler, works the first time, and will protect valuable assets in a cost-effective way. And their clients increasingly demand environmentally responsible choices. Biological cleaning products with a proven track record tick all the boxes.

2. Don’t Resist the Urge to Purge

A daily purge with warm water remains the best way to clear most blockages in drains. This time-tested strategy, combined with creating a naturally healthy environment in drains by introducing friendly bacteria into the system, provides ongoing protection against expensive, often harmful and unnecessarily invasive remedies.

1. Hand Sanitisers – How Effective Are They?

Not surprisingly, the topic that dominated most discussions in 2020 was the pandemic that caused everyone to reassess their hygiene practices. But it didn’t completely overshadow lingering challenges to everyday cleaning problems. This blog asks critical questions about the differences between the many hand sanitisers that have flooded onto the market since COVID-19 brought normal activities to a halt.

For any business that is involved in the ‘crowd’ business, 2020 was especially hard. With office buildings largely devoid of workers, empty shopping centres and stadiums, and disruption all around, it was interesting that odour issues and drain blockages were still in back of mind.

Hand Sanitisers – How Effective Are They?

Hands applying sanitiser
Hands applying sanitiser

Don’t Resist the Urge to Purge

Clearing a blocked drain naturally using biological cleaning solutions
Clearing a blocked drain naturally using biological cleaning solutions

New Year … Same Washroom Problems – 6 Strategies That Will Fix Persistent Issues

New year … same washroom problems – 6 strategies that will fix persistent issues
New year … same washroom problems – 6 strategies that will fix persistent issues

Good, Better, Best … Chemical Cleaners vs. Enzymic vs. Biological

Chemical cleaning producst vs. enzymic vs. biological
Chemical cleaning producst vs. enzymic vs. biological

Shopping Centre Success – Urinal Blockages and Constant Bad Smells

Major Shopping Centre
Urinal blockages and persistent odour cleared at a major shopping centre
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