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November 9, 2020

As we continue into the “new normal”, technology has been at the forefront of business conversations. This week we examine the use of new cleaning technologies and plans, contract cleaning industry trends, and more. For more info on how Tulu can help businesses with proper sanitization contact our team.


“I’d love to tell you this was made in response to the COVID-19 outbreak but the world did not see that virus coming. We have more than a thousand scientists who study the bacteria and viruses out there and solutions for making restaurants a cleaner, safer place in general. Viruses are always evolving and it’s our job to stay ahead of that and think what the hospitality industry needs will be.”

-Andy Cooper, senior vice president of research, development and engineering for Ecolab’s global institutional and specialty groups

New Restaurant Cleaning Technologies

Restaurant owners who can afford to do so have invested in the newest technologies in sanitization. But what do these technologies do, and more importantly, do they actually work?  Read More.

School Restrooms Receive Failing Grade

In a recent poll done by Bradley Corp. on healthy handwashing, results showed that 50% of high schoolers rated their restrooms as fair or poor. Additionally, 42% of high schoolers believe that unclean restrooms reflect poorly on school management. Read More.

Hard Rock Unveils New Safety Plan

Hard Rock Hotels and Casinos have introduced a new health and safety plan that meets the highest standards of safety, sanitation, food handling, and employee training. Under SAFE + SOUND standards established by Hard Rock, each hotel property is “independently assessed by NSF International and is required to pass a rigorous 262-point inspection.” Read More.

Surface Treatment Project in the Works

Researchers at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom are launching a new project to develop surface treatments that would provide long-lasting protection against the virus such as antiviral sprays, films, and other products. Read More.

Contract Cleaning Market Grows

Technavio has been monitoring the contract cleaning services market and it is poised to grow by $90 billion during 2020-2024, according to a new report. Trends also showed the adoption of green cleaning products as driving the growth of the market. Read More.