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The  upcoming 2020 CIRI Science Symposium will focus on science-based solutions fo service providers, including answers to pandemic preparedness problems, announces the Cleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI) in a statement.

The annual CIRI Science Symposium features presentations from industry leaders and research scientists. This year’s event takes place March 31 in Cincinnati and features four sessions, each consisting of a series of short "lightning" presentations followed by an extended and lively question and answer panel discussion.

The sessions are as follows:

Session 1: Pandemic Preparedness — Coronavirus and More

This session, literally grabbed from the headlines, will explore the technical, communication and training needs of industry professionals and the clients they serve.

Session 2: Measuring Clean

In this session, research professionals will look at various means used to measure cleaning efficacy.

Session 3: Strategies for Odor Control and Elimination

Processes to be examined include ozone and related technologies, the impact of high-performance cleaning and measurement on odors and characteristics of wildfire odors and strategies to eliminate them.

Session 4: Delving Deeply into Disinfection

Presenters will examine products and processes used to disinfect the indoor environment and protect human health.

Registration for the event can be completed by following the link embedded here