Airports Cleaning Services
The number of people moving within airports and other public transportation buildings pose unique cleaning challenges. The staff cleaning airports has to deal with very large areas where thousands of people move around every day. The size of these areas combined with the amount of passengers and the dirt and germs they bring in calls for very specific solutions.
Though deep, detailed cleaning can’t be carried out on a daily basis, certain tasks can’t wait. Floors and restrooms must be constantly cleaned throughout the day at airports, bus stations or subway stations, and this requires techniques and equipment that allow for efficiency and to do it in a shorter amount of time.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, perhaps the world’s busiest terminal, has nearly 1300 toilets. Certainly, this is not a task to be carried out with rags and buckets. This calls for a large scale approach to cleaning. In order to carry out such a mammoth task, the daily cleaning program must cover the full area in the shortest time and with the least amount of effort possible.