Re-thinking the art of cleaning has taken centre stage amid the COVID-19 pandemic as industries find new and advanced ways to disinfect surfaces in public spaces.
Proper sanitization has been instrumental in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus, as well as restoring the public's trust in visiting high-traffic areas.
Airports, for one, have had to take a good look at their cleaning procedures ever since the onset of the pandemic, and Toronto Pearson International Airport is no exception.
Travellers passing through YYZ (as well as Canada's other airports) may notice a host of new germ-fighting technologies and processes that'd make Mr. Clean coo.
But what do these futuristic machines do, anyway?
PAX caught up with Glen Henderson, director of terminal operations and passenger experience at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA), to get all the answers.
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