Defining Clean

Examining ATP-monitoring devices  By Robert Kravitz  In a world where public-health scares are a frequent concern, it is time to consider whether the surfaces in facilities–and most specifically in restrooms–are hygienically clean. Until recently, this has been a difficult question to answer. While building managers might swab surfaces and use a Petri dish to test for potentially harmful germs and bacteria, this process could take days–days during which people could be infected by or come into contact with potentially harmful …


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