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The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has jeopardized the safety of the general public as well as the world's economy. With over 300,000 total confirmed cases in just Texas and a historically high unemployment rate, we must act proactively to prevent the spread of COVID-19, so we can reopen our economy. In response to the current situation, UBM has implemented the Surface Sanitation & Antimicrobial Protection Program™. 


UBM's Surface Sanitation & Antimicrobial Protection Program™ is a unique multi-step process that utilizes proprietary resources to provide a robust disinfection service. In accordance with the CDC's recommendations, UBM uses EPA certified List-N disinfectants during the sanitation process. The program's emphasis on disinfecting all high touchpoints, as well as, other key areas that trap pathogens has been proven to remediate an area in response to a confirmed case and/or to mitigate the risk of an outbreak. Although we are confronted with the unprecedented circumstances of COVID-19, UBM has a proactive solution. UBM's proprietary antimicrobial chemical has been tested to protect surfaces from pathogens for up to 30 days. The proprietary chemical has been formulated to not only disinfect surfaces but to coat the surface with an antimicrobial layer in one step. Their certified and highly trained team designated for cleaning and disinfecting for the Coronavirus is equipped with electrostatic sprayers, foggers, and personal protective equipment (PPE). UBM's dedication to the well-being of their team members drove the development of their enhanced safety training, as well as, revising their operating procedures to be in compliance with recommendations from government organizations such as: CDC, OSHA, EPA, and WHO.


UBM will stand on the frontline to mitigate the risk of a COVID-19 outbreak at your facility. While prioritizing safety, UBM's designated team will be deployed with electrostatic sprayers/foggers, certified disinfectants and proprietary chemicals, and personal protective equipment to ensure your facility is disinfected. 


What's the difference?

Learn the difference between the application methods, so you can determine which method is the best fit for your facility. 

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Stop the spread

UBM's Pandemic Preparedness and Response Plan.


Employee best practices

UBM prioritizes the well-being of their team members.



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