Sand Management

A hard floor maintenance routine depends heavily on the environment of the facility. For some facilities, floor finish maintenance is greatly affected by sand.

Because sand destroys floor finish, floor finish in sandy areas may not last as long as floor finish in non-sandy areas. However, there are ways to better maintain the quality of your floor finish in the face of sand.

Here are some steps you can take to keep your floor finish shiny and pristine:

  1. Use quality outdoor matting. Reduced maintenance costs start before your visitors enter the building. Stopping sand, debris, and water outside your entrances is the best way to keep costly contaminants from entering your facility and doing damage to your floors.
  2. Use quality indoor matting to continue to capture sand, debris, and moisture.
  3. Vacuum the indoor matting every night to retain top performance results.
  4. Dust Mop the floors frequently. The amount of sand and soils coming into the building will determine the frequency required.
  5. Wet clean every night. Some sand will roll under dust mops and remain on the floor. A wet mop will pick up the sand much better.
  6. Place long matting at entrances and vacuum matting nightly.
  7. If there is sand stuck in the corners or crevices of your facility, try vacuuming the corners before your nightly floor maintenance routine.
  8. Because sand scratches floor finishes, Buckeye recommends a floor finish that responds well to frequent burnishing. Buckeye Castleguard®, 1844, and Lucent floor finishes are excellent choices for top results.

Buckeye Floor Finishes

Get advice and a program customized to your facility with the Buckeye Hard Floor Care Program. Buckeye representatives provide products and hands on training to fit the needs of your facility.

Eco Odor Eliminator E41

Eco E41 Odor Eliminator

Effective odor eliminators make big promises, but usually come up short in results. If you need performance in this area, Buckeye has got you covered. Buckeye’s Eco® Odor Eliminator E41 engulfs foul smells on contact. It also works long after the smell is gone to prevent odors from resurfacing.

E41 works to remove a variety of odors across a variety of surfaces. It can be used on all washable surfaces, and shows extremely powerful performance when tackling washrooms odors to trash dumpsters. With multiple applications, E41 can eliminate odor better by covering every surface in an affected area.

A part of the Buckeye Eco Proportioning Program, E41 is diluted with water making it an economical solution for ridding your facilities of unwanted odors. It’s pH neutral and contains biodegradable ingredients with no solvents or hazardous ingredients listed by OSHA, NIOSH, or RCRA.

The Eco Proportioning Program includes a wide variety of maintenance products that meet your facility’s needs. With Eco proportioning systems, you can be certain you are getting the most value out of your product. It saves workers time and automatically dilutes products at the proper rate. Coupled with the Eco Proportioning Program, E41 and other Buckeye Eco products can help you maintain a cleaner and safer facility.

Cleveland State University: College of Business Employer Connection Series

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

The Business Major Career Connection Series increases understanding of how different business majors and minors link to career paths and specific industries.

LOCATION:
Monte Ahuja College of Business Board Room (BU 220)

DATE:
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

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University of Washington Marketing Media and Communications Fair

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Don’t miss out the chance to network with employers who are looking to hire HUSKIES at the 2nd annual Marking, Media and Communications Career Fair!

LOCATION:
Mary Gates Hall (MGH), Commons

DATE:
Thursday, April 27th, 2017

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Oregon State University Spring Career Convention

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

Simply put, rather than having just one fair, this is an event consisting of several fairs taking place simultaneously. These fairs are separated by industry, so you can make efficient use of your time and see the employers you want to work with!

LOCATION:
LaSells Stewart Center

DATE:
Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

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University of Washington Spring Career Fair

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

The annual Spring Career Fair–sponsored by the Career & Internship Center–will bring more than 140 employers to the Seattle campus who are looking to hire Huskies of all majors and class levels from all three UW campuses.

LOCATION:
HUB Ballrooms

DATE:
Thursday, April 20th, 2017

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Bridgewater State University Spring Career Fair

The Job & Internship Fair is a great way for employers to meet a large number of potential candidates looking for full-time, professional-level positions as well as internships.

LOCATION:
The Tinsley Center

DATE:
Thursday, April 13th, 2017

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Purdue Just in Time Career Fair

Thursday, April 13th, 2017

The Just in Time Job Fair is the last opportunity in the spring semester for companies interested in meeting with Purdue students to fill both full-time and internship opportunities. Open to all students in all majors.

LOCATION:
PMU North and South Ballrooms

DATE:
Thursday, April 13th, 2017

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University of Washington Tacoma All Major Career Fair

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

Pre-register to receive a pre-printed nametag at the fair with your name and major and tips on how to prepare and stand out at the fair!

LOCATION:
UW Tacoma William W. Philip Hall (WPH)

DATE:
Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

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