PathoSans On-Site Generation Saves on Cleaning

PathoSans Cleaning Solutions

If there’s one thing all business owners have in common, it’s a desire to improve their bottom line. While it may be tempting to cut staff and cleaning services during a budget shortage, the best answer may actually be to change the way you clean. Whether you clean in-house or hire an outside contractor, switching to a PathoSans system that generates cleaning solutions on-site could save you thousands. But don’t take our word for it. Keep reading to find out how different businesses saved money by switching to PathoSans on-site generation. (These excerpts were taken from previously published case studies. Find links to those case studies at the bottom of the article.)

PathoSans On-Site Generation MIT Endicott House

The historic MIT Endicott House.

MIT Endicott House

The historic, beautiful MIT Endicott House conference center located just outside of Boston, MA, offers state-of the art meeting and event facilities. Michael Fitzgerald, General Manager, turns to PathoSans to maintain the pristine, elegant environment guests expect from the house in an environmentally sustainable way. At less than $.07 per gallon to product, PathoSans dramatically reduced expenses for Fitzgerald as well.

“If you look at a 32 oz. bottle of Windex®, it probably sells for $2.99 to $4.99, depending on which store you go to. We actually spend less than a penny for the same amount of the same solution to clean glass and mirrors.”

-Michael Fitzgerald, General Manager, MIT Endicott House

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The Thunder Valley Resort and Casino

Thunder Valley Casino Resort

Guests at the Thunder Valley Casino Resort, in Lincoln, CA expect brilliantly clean facilities. A powerful cleaning program, which includes on-site generated solutions, helps Thunder Valley consistently earn awards such as the AAA Four Diamond rating and Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. Beyond the exceptional clean, the VP of Operations was pleased to see the impact PathoSans solutions made on the hotel’s bottom line.

“We are seeing significant savings in reducing chemical use by 50% with an ROI or payback of 12-18 months.”

-VP of Operations, Thunder Valley Casino Resort

PathoSans on-site generation PPG Paints Arena

The PPG Paints Arena.

PPG Paints Arena

PPG PAINTS Arena in Pittsburgh, PA is known as one of the cleanest facilities in the world; as reported by travel sites, fans, and even network television announcers. No small feat for a venue that hosts over 150 events per year. Scott Tatar, Operations Manager for AEG – a leading sports/entertainment management company – uses PathoSans solutions to help meet the arena’s high-performance goals. Prior to using PathoSans, Tatar’s staff was struggling to properly use 5 different cleaning products. Now, they’ve simplified and saved by generating on-site.

“We make excellent cleaning and disinfecting solutions on-site for about 7 cents per gallon, as opposed to much more than that amount for the previous products. We are seeing dramatic cost savings, and our facility has never been cleaner.”

-Scott Tatar, Operations Manager, AEG

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If you’re ready to start generating effective cleaning solutions on-site at your facility, sign up for a free trial of PathoSans here.

Read the full case studies about these PathoSans customers: MIT Endicott House, Thunder Valley Casino, and PPG Paints Arena.

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“ The PathoSans team is great: they set up and fine- tuned our system, and now we have a continuous supply of high-performance solutions. We do not need to order or pay for packaged chemicals, or worry about anything!”

“ We like the simplicity. It’s as easy as pushing a button, then opening a valve for the solution: a degreaser for our pots, pans, sinks and floors, and a sanitizer for our tables, cutting boards, utensils, anywhere we need to sanitize.”

“ We feel fantastic about the system because it’s completely green, saves us considerable money, and helps ensure employee and guest safety.”