SystemSURE Plus™ points to dirtiest parts of New York City

What would you think is the dirtiest spot in Manhattan, New York? A public toilet handle, subway pole, or a bank ATM?  

If you guessed the ATM, you’re correct! A New York Post article featured a financial products employee as he used the HygienaSystemSURE Plus™ Sanitation Monitoring System to test various points around Manhattan, including 20 bank automated teller machines (ATMs). Relative light unit (RLU) readings ranged from 68 for a subway pole to over 500 for a well-used ATM. Of course, Hygiena’s ATP technology is supposed to be used after cleaning to verify your efforts, but the article points out to sources of potential contamination that can be found anywhere. Find out more from the article here