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#1 Danielle D

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Posted 03 December 2019 - 09:52 PM

Hello, 

 

I looked to see if there was a previous thread but did not see one. 

 

We are having some issues with garage door areas where garbage is taken out and environmental swabs. We believe it is coming from the dumpster area where some dry powder and liquid are mixing to create an unwanted breeding ground in parking lot. 

 

Just wanting to get an idea if people have this on their cleaning schedules and/or how they clean it to ensure they are not cross contaminating the fork trucks/pallet jacks/shoes that are being used to take the garbage out. 

 

thanks! 



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Posted 03 December 2019 - 11:01 PM

Hello, 

 

I looked to see if there was a previous thread but did not see one. 

 

We are having some issues with garage door areas where garbage is taken out and environmental swabs. We believe it is coming from the dumpster area where some dry powder and liquid are mixing to create an unwanted breeding ground in parking lot. 

 

Just wanting to get an idea if people have this on their cleaning schedules and/or how they clean it to ensure they are not cross contaminating the fork trucks/pallet jacks/shoes that are being used to take the garbage out. 

 

thanks! 

Company disposes wet and dry waste in same dumpter(s)?

 

Also, does the company use power jacks and forklift trucks (the same ones that is) inside and outside?

 

Both are big no-no's


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