How It Works
360 SaniClean provides fast, safe, and effective infection control solutions that target both room surfaces and indoor air.
Prevent Illness. Control Outbreaks. Enjoy Cleanliness.
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Get Safer More Effective Infection Control
We offer next-generation cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting services that provide safer, more effective infection control on room surfaces. We also install and maintain Upper Room Germicidal UV Air Disinfecting Systems that help keep inside air safer and healthier.
Sit back, Enjoy Cleanliness
Experience the peace of mind knowing that your facility’s surfaces and inside air are properly sanitized and disinfected with safer, more effective infection control systems and processes.
Deadly viruses and antibiotic-resistant infections are on the rise. Current equipment and applications only reach about 25% of room surfaces, making them outdated and inefficient. We use practical technology to deliver superior performance. You need verifiable, predictable, and repeatable results. Make your space safer and healthier for patrons, employees, and residents. Contact 360 SaniClean today! (415) 289-9056
Infection Control Services That Protect
Threats to Public Health
Buckets, rags, mops, and wipes are still relied upon at most facilities today, even though they leave up to 75% of room surfaces untouched. Inconsistent application, worker error, and time constraints further complicate the challenge of keeping facilities clean and sanitary. These challenges become more alarming with increasing threats.
- Every year, close to 100k people die from Hospital Acquired Infections
- Healthcare facilities not meeting HAI reduction targets lose an average of $1.3M per year in CMS funding
- Workplace illness costs $200+ billion/year in lost productivity
- Foodborne Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria outbreaks happen every week and result in costly recalls
- Cruise lines continue to face damaging outbreaks of Norovirus
- One norovirus outbreak cost a major university $30,000 per day / $400,000 a week