Discovering The Smith Center / Inside the Theater
Despite its ongoing temporary closure, The Smith Center’s campus-wide deep cleaning and disinfecting continues on a daily basis, to ensure the safety of its staff and patrons when doors open again.
The Smith Center just gained a cutting-edge tool to prevent the spread of any infection: the Clorox® Total 360® System, which pairs an electrostatic sprayer with a portfolio of Clorox disinfectants and sanitizers to ensure all surfaces — even those hard-to-reach, difficult-to-clean areas — are properly treated.
Because of the rapid and comprehensive cleaning this equipment provides, many leading organizations use this to maintain high-quality cleaning standards, including airports, ambulances, athletic facilities, public restrooms, correctional facilities, day care centers, hotels, institutional kitchens, laundry rooms, offices and schools.
“We’ve always had stringent cleaning methods and effective disinfecting tools, but the Clorox® Total 360® System takes our cleaning and disinfecting to a whole new level,” says COO Glenn Medas. “This top-of-the-line system offers more uniform, wraparound coverage to targeted surfaces than any other sprayer on the market, which helps to provide superior protection from the spread of germs.”
The Clorox® Total 360® System features a fine mist that covers more intended surfaces — as much as 18,000 square feet per hour — with a delivery up to 75 percent faster than other sprayers, allowing for significant time and cost savings. Featuring the patented PowerWrap™ nozzle, Clorox® Total 360® System is an efficient, highly reliable and powerful method to ensure all surfaces at The Smith Center — front, back and sides — can be properly disinfected and sanitized.
The Smith Center team is further working on a comprehensive, venue-wide re-opening plan, including additional changes to its already rigorous cleaning and safety practices, to ensure patron health and wellness under the guidance of government and health officials.
“All patrons can be assured that we won’t open the venue unless we are in compliance with the state’s guidelines,” Medas says. “We look forward to communicating in more detail what patrons can expect when they return for performances at The Smith Center.”