“The approach that we take to the marketplace during any type of crisis … is education and response,” Clean Harbors’ Sean Spaziani said. (Courtesy Clean Harbors) As venues look toward reopening, it’s important to know the difference As venues emerge from closures after the COVID-19 pandemic, a crucial distinction for facility managers and owners to grasp as they prepare for the eventual resumption of live events is the difference between disinfection and a deeper level of cleaning: decontamination. “That’s a critical distinction in this environment,” said Sean Spaziani, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Clean Harbors and its Safety-Kleen subsidiary, a company that provides sanitation services on the NASCAR circuit and for thousands of other clients across a variety of industries. It’s joined in the sector by companies such as Jani-King International and ABM Industries. Clean Harbors performs over 6,000 emergency response jobs each year and “in times… Continue Reading Disinfection vs. Decontamination

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