Rentokil adds disinfection service offering
March 27, 2020
March 27, 2020
Rentokil has added a disinfection service as additional offering in the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The new service was created to help businesses such restaurants, hotels and office facilities with disinfecting their businesses from pathogens. According to the company, the disinfection service will protect employees and customers from the transmission of viruses, bacteria, fungi and mold and help businesses maintain the highest level of hygiene during this time of increased concern for public health.
Certified specialists will use ultra-volume disinfection foggers to disperse disinfectant, which is environmentally friendly and hypo-allergenic. The foggers create small disinfectant droplets, which treat surfaces, such as floors, handrails and doorknobs and large areas. This service will be able to control these germs in 10 minutes — and customers and employees will be able to be back in the area in 30 minutes.
“As many of our commercial customers remain in operation to serve the public in this unprecedented time in history, they understandably have concerns about keeping their staff and customers safe,” said John Myers, president and CEO of Rentokil. “Our mission is to protect people and enhance lives, and we developed this service to help businesses disinfect safely, quickly and efficiently.”
The formula is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and contains no harsh fumes. The service should be conducted when there are no confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19, mold issues or other major contamination incidents on site, according to a statement from the company.
“We want to be able to arm customers with the peace of mind of a safe and healthy work environment,” Myers said. “The disinfection service will help businesses reduce risk in this uncertain time and turn their focus back on their operations.”
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