The International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA) has estimated that it costs 600 dollars to find and remove one pound of soil after it has been allowed to enter an average building. This cost is primarily labor. Since entrance mats stop and contain soil and water, it is obvious that removing soil from a mat can be less expensive than removing it from a building since the soil is concentrated in a localized area.
Soil is everywhere. It is a part of the earth we live on and managing it is a vital part of our everyday existence. Today's emphasis on Green Cleaning and the impact of the cleanliness of a building on health makes soil management even more important. At the heart of soil management is the concept of prevention - prevention of contaminants from entering a building. 85% of all soil enters a building on the feet of building occupants. Prevent that with the right matting for your facility.
1. Stop soil and water at the door
2. Store soil and water for removal
3. Minimize tracking of soil an water
4. Provide a safe surface
Even if you currently own or are renting mats are they true entrance mats designed to prevent dirt from getting tracked into your building?
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