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The Bin Doctor Offers A Revolutionary Way to

Kill all Major Viruses Including Coronavirus

The Bin Doctor will help keep your interior safe
The Bin Doctor uses the proven and effective power of electrostatic technology paired with EPA approved, hospital grade disinfectants, to kill all major viruses including COVID-19 in hard-to-reach areas with both hard and soft surfaces in 2 to 4 minutes. Consistent disinfecting service will keep bacteria levels low throughout your facility protecting all employees and customers  

Our Disinfecting Solutions

  • Kills 99.999% of bacteria in 5 seconds

  • 20 organism claims: Kills Influenzas, Measles, MRSAs, Norovirus and Coronavirus in 2 to 4 minutes or less

  • One-step disinfecting

  • Eliminates odors

  • Disinfects soft surfaces like curtains and fabrics

  • Inhibits the growth of mold and mildew for up to 7 days

(EPA Reg. #1839-220-67619)

Medical Facilities

  • Only 50% of surfaces in hospital operating or patient rooms are effectively disinfected1

  • 85% of wheelchairs in hospital are contaminated with Staphylococcus aureus or MRSA2

  • More than 50% of beds and mattresses are contaminated with MRSA3, and 92% of privacy curtains are contaminated one week after laundering4




  • Teacher absences in US K-12 schools costs $25 billion annually

  • 60 million student absences from cold and flu each year costs $4.2 billion in lost resources5

  • A major university spent $30,000/day fighting a Norovirus outbreak


Office Space

  • Illness in the workplace costs $576 billion a year

  • Absenteeism costs companies an average of $1,685 per employee

  • Viral outbreaks can devastate any organization

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Soft Service Disinfectant

  • Disinfects all surfaces including upholstery, curtains, rugs and bedding. 

  • Neutralizes and eliminates foul odors

  • No fragrances, no wiping, no residue

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1. Bhalia A., Pultz N.J., Gries D.M. et al. "Acquisition of Nosocomial Pathogens on Hands After Contact With Environmental Surfaces Near Hospitalized Patients." Infection Control Hospital Epidemiology. 2004 Feb.25(2): 164–7.
2. Department of Pharmacy. Yamaguchi Grand Medical Center, Osaki, Hofu, Japan. Department of Pharmacy, Yamaguchi University Hospital, Minamikogushi, Ube, Japan. "Contamination of wheelchairs by Staphylococcus aureus." Journal of Hospital Administration. 2013, Vol. 2, No. 2.
3. Sexton T, Clarke P, O'Neill E, Dillane T and Humphreys H. Environmental reservoirs of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in isolation rooms: correlation with patient isolates and implications for hospital hygiene. Journal of Hospital Infection 2006;62:187–94.
4. Ohl et al. Hospital privacy curtains are frequently and rapidly contaminated with potentially pathogenic bacteria; Am J of Inf Control: on line publication; 2012.

5. For this study $70/day was used

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