Yorkshire-based Key West Pest Control said that with the government keen to restart the economy and reduce restrictions from today, workspace hygiene will be the first of many new challenges faced by businesses.
The company said it has successfully pivoted its offering to provide antibacterial mist treatment, in line with the guidance from The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (EDRC).
Key West Pest Control has introduced a new, comprehensive and non-invasive treatment, which uses benzalkonium chloride, one of the antimicrobial agents recommended by the EDRC as effective against different coronaviruses – as part of its hygiene services.
Sean Mclean, chief executive of Key West Pest Control, said this method is a superior and highly effective alternative to costly, time-consuming and labour-intensive conventional office deep-cleaning services.
He said: “With the rush of people returning to work that we will witness over the coming months, firms will have to take extra precautions and rethink their existing hygiene processes.
“Our antibacterial mist treatment is rapid and cost effective. It can be used as a one-off tool in preparation for readying workspaces for exit from lockdown, or as part of an on-going programme to ensure premises are regularly disinfected, minimising the risk from harmful coronaviruses for staff and customers.”