The best and worst ways to use ice melter

December 16th, 2020|

With colder temperatures looming, building owners need to be prepared for icy walkways and entrances. Salt, sand, ice melter and gravel are all popular choices but ice melter is really the most effective – when used properly. Given how well it works, the biggest mistake [...]

Foam, granules, or liquids: What is the best way to sanitize your boots?

December 4th, 2020|

When we think about cross-contamination in a food processing facility, equipment, employee handling, hygiene and other obvious sources immediately come to mind. An often-overlooked source of cross-contamination is footwear. Pathogens such as salmonella and listeria, which are the [...]

COVID-19: Optimizing Food and Beverage Sanitation Practices in Times of Crisis

December 1st, 2020|

The food and beverage industry is always innovating to better meet consumer demand and food safety requirements. The current pandemic is obliging us to strengthen plant sanitation procedures well beyond production lines. Employee safety has become priority number 1 Since the onset of the pandemic, Sani Marc has been adapting [...]

What to Look for in a Good Floor Finish

May 3rd, 2018|

Floor finishes are primarily used for two reasons: to add shine to floors and to protect them from wear. This may seem straightforward enough, but selecting the right floor finish can actually be quite [...]

All about Chocolate!

March 29th, 2018|

For some, Easter used to be a major religious holiday that ended the 40 days of deprivation of Lent. But over the years Easter has become more of a family reunion...featuring lots of chocolate, [...]

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

January 27th, 2020|

WHAT IS CORONAVIRUS? The COVID-19 outbreak has now spread to over 114 countries with more than 118,000 cases. COVID-19 is caused by a coronavirus labeled SARS-CoV-25.   Symptoms of human coronaviruses may be mild or [...]

How to Keep People Healthy during the Peak Season

February 9th, 2018|

This virus is spread primarily from one person to another via the airborne route of transmission. When a person with Influenza is coughing and sneezing they are expelling tiny droplets into the air which [...]

What are noroviruses?

October 16th, 2017|

What are noroviruses? The term “norovirus” is the official name for a group of viruses that cause gastroenteritis. They are also called caliciviruses (because they belong to the virus family Caliciviridae). They used to [...]