When it comes to operations, improvements to safety often come with an increase to costs. In fact, cleaning procedures for cleanrooms and critical environments are typically chosen for a balance between the two—meeting the necessary regulatory, industry and GMP standards at the lowest cost of labor and materials.
However, this relationship is based on old cleaning tools and techniques. With two- and three-bucket mopping systems and their correlating mop and wipe substrates, risk reduction requires a greater investment. More stringent and therefore time-consuming SOPs, more frequent cleaning chemical changes, and the use of mops and wipes recommended for higher level environments.
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