We’re proud to share that ESCFederal’s COVID-19 disinfecting services were recently featured in The Wall Street Journal article, “At the Mall Under Coronavirus: A Few Customers and Throngs of Cleaners.” As the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact business operations across the country, leading janitorial services like ESCFederal are playing a critical role in protecting the health and safety of building occupants and visitors. Whether a business is open with reduced occupancy, like Grand Central Market in Los Angeles as detailed in the article, or preparing to re-open to the public when the pandemic passes, it’s critical to employ professionals trained in the most up-to-date disinfecting and cleaning systems proven effective against COVID-19, as detailed in The Wall Street Journal article:
In one now-closed seating area at the front of the [Grand Central Market], a woman sprayed and wiped down dozens of chair legs, seats and backs and tables. In other areas, cleaners took mops to the market’s floors and wiped down handrails and doorknobs.
Janitorial service ESCFederal is applying disinfectant as many as five times daily, compared with only once before the pandemic, in financial institutions, takeout restaurants and other businesses that remain open, said Todd Videon, chief executive officer of the West Chester, Pa.- based firm.
The nationwide company has suspended competition with rivals, pooling respirator masks and other protective gear, he said. “We’re all trying to work together,” Mr. Videon said. “This is a war.”
Carlton, Jim and Caldwell, Alicia A., “At the Mall Under Coronavirus: A Few Customers and Throngs of Cleaners.” The Wall Street Journal, 10 April 2020, www.wsj.com/articles/at-the-mall-under-coronavirus-a-few-customers-and-throngs-of-cleaners-11586520001.
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Read the full article from The Wall Street Journal.