Salmonella, E. Coli & Listeria Breed in Dirty Trash Bins

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Warm environments like your dirty trash bins are the perfect breeding ground for bacteria such as Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria. Salmonella forms from raw meat, uncooked poultry, and eggs, E. coli forms from raw or undercooked food and fecal-contaminated food, and Listeria forms from improperly processed deli meats.

While you are not intentionally ingesting these bacteria from your trash bin, you could inadvertently come in contact with them as you take out your trash. Regularly cleaning your trash bins will remove the chance for these bacteria to form, thus keeping you and your family safe.

Our can cleaning services disinfect, sanitize and deodorize your cans for your family and pets health and safety.

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