Top 10 vector

After a series of significant company announcements dominated the top headlines of May, the most-viewed CleanLink news stories for June centered on infection prevention and occupant preferences in facilities. In particular, a new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on indoor air quality was paramount to readers, as well as ensuring the right disinfectants are being selected for frontline staff. Other notable headlines include a negligent mix up with cleaning tablets at a Starbucks, a looming UPS strike and its impact, and a highly-anticipated Hulu movie documenting the janitor who is believed to have invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos. 

Check out the complete top 10 below for the best CleanLink had to offer over the past month. Enjoy the holiday, and be sure to check back in for the best daily headlines on all things cleaning!


The CleanLink Staff

1. EPA-Approved Disinfectants Pivotal to C. auris Prevention

2. CDC Releases New IAQ Guidance

3. 4 Terms to Know When Selecting Disinfectants

4. Starbucks Sued After Cleaning Tablets Discovered in Coffee

5. Forecasting 5 Years of the Janitorial Services Market

6. How Looming UPS Strike Could Impact Supply Chain

7. Survey Reveals Occupant Hygiene Preferences in Restrooms

8. AFFLINK Announces New President, CFO

9. 3 Methods for Improving Time Management Skills

10. Movie Starring Janitors' Flamin' Hot Cheetos Story Premiers