MDG continues to expand their Industrial and Institutional team into the Southeast region.
Microbial Discovery Group LLC (MDG) is pleased to announce the hiring of Blake Scott as Southeast Industrial and Institutional (I&I) Account Manager. Blake will focus on servicing new Janitorial and Sanitation partners with our SporActiv™ product line.
Blake brings a combination of technical and sales experience with a
This message is for all of you cleaning at home and all the industrial and institutional (Jan-San) professionals; those of you who are cleaning our critical infrastructure facilities during this unique time. Thank you for your efforts and service. As a microbiologist who formerly worked for a chemical company who sold chlorine and bromine oxidizer products (similar to bleach), I suggest everyone take note of the CDC Recommendations to Clean AND
Many people have been stocking up on toilet paper over the past few weeks. If you haven’t visited the toilet paper aisle in a while, you may be making tough decisions. Most grocery store TP shelves quickly started to collect dust. A lack of toilet paper means that many will turn to alternatives, causing issues for homeowners and municipalities if steps aren’t taken.
No toilet paper means Kleenex, wipes, paper towels, shop towels,
Ever since the invention of the urinal back in 1886, facilities have been battling unwanted odors. To combat the smells, facilities have tried many different treatments… some more beneficial than others. You might have noticed, a common technique amongst bars and restaurants is to fill the urinal with ice.
We tend to describe tile and grout surfaces with words like smooth and firmly sealed. However, there’s a vast difference between what we see and the true texture of these surfaces. Tile and grout are very porous surfaces, supplying caverns, ravines and cozy homes for bacteria… all types of bacteria.
Imagine a tile at the base of a public restroom urinal. Throughout the day, pores catch any urine that splashes onto the floor. As a
At MDG, we help industrial and institutional manufacturers stay ahead of the curve with trusted biological cleaning concentrates. The SporActiv™ product line includes two-day shipping and is backed by our experts. We’ll help you be ready in 2020 with high-quality microbial products.
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To meet the needs of growing market demand, Microbial Discovery Group expands their Industrial and Institutional team.
Microbial Discovery Group LLC (MDG) is pleased to announce the hiring of Darrell Taylor as Southern Midwest Region Industrial and Institutional (I&I) Account Manager. Darrell will focus on servicing MDG’s partners with strategic attention to the SporActiv™ product line.
Darrell brings over 30 years of sales
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Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) in the food service industry are inevitable. However, helping your customers to be proactive vs. reactive can be the difference between a thriving business or no business at all. Between health code violations from drain back-ups, emergency pump-out downtime, and poor customer satisfaction ratings, it’s essential to provide your customers with an effective and
What do many commercial, residential, industrial and institutional facilities all have in common? If you said a door, you’re technically correct; but for the purpose of today’s article the correct answer was Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG)! All of your customers facilities have drains, and drains are sought-after hosts for FOG. FOG commonly builds up in pre-rinse stations and dishwashers, compartment sinks, mop sinks, floor drains, floor sinks
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