COVID-19 revealed the devastating impact that disease-causing pathogens could have on human life, underscoring the need to disinfect our environments to prevent future outbreaks. It became apparent that traditional cleaning practices alone aren’t sufficient to safeguard public health. We need to do much more to avoid the risk of infection now and in the future as public health risks will continue to evolve along with human activities.
As infection control assumed a critical role, a slew of disinfection solutions made their way into the market, each claiming to offer superlative results against bacteria and viruses. But how do we identify the ones that are good not just for us, but also for the environment?
There are four key aspects we need to consider when choosing disinfection solutions:
- Sustainability & Safety: How safe it is for humans, animals, and the environment;
- Efficiency: How quickly and efficiently it can disinfect a space;
- Trustworthiness: Product credibility, i.e. performance validation
- User-centricity: Its ability to offer user-centric, customised solutions that meet the specific needs of different sectors.
Echoing our commitment to sustainability, our disinfectant offerings such as Nanocyn, the only 100% natural, hospital-grade disinfectant registered worldwide, provide the highest levels of efficacy without the toxicity often associated with chemical cleaning solutions. Besides improving cleaning outcomes, our disinfection solutions are also compatible with a variety of materials, ensuring performance efficacy while preserving the environment.
Our custom-built solutions with tailored standard operating procedures have been endorsed by international players across various industries, ranging from aviation and mass transportation to retail.
The world may be moving away from COVID-19 today, but not from the possibility of future infections. To that end, it will be critical to implement long-term infection control strategies persistently, in order to create a healthier, cleaner, and more sustainable environment for all.