We are excited to be working with Stanford University! As one of the best universities in the world, Stanford is home to over 17,000 students and 17,000 faculty and staff. With 630 buildings across campus, the custodial team works hard to provide the highest cleanliness standards for all academic, research, and athletic facilities. Next year, Cleana will help them maintain cleanliness in restrooms and save cleaning time across the university. We are excited to be working with Stanford University as a part of our pilot program!
We are excited to announce that we are partnering with Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) to deliver the Cleana Self-Lifting Seat as a part of our pilot program! As a major international airport, DTW accommodates over 30 million passengers per year and is one of the largest in the US. DTW is always looking for innovative ways to maintain its cleanliness standards while reducing operating expenses, and we at Cleana are so excited to be working with them this coming year!
We are excited to announce that we are partnering with YMCA of Greater Boston as a part of our pilot program! The YMCA of Greater Boston was the very first US branch of the iconic organization, which has now grown to include 2,700 locations nationally. With more than 62,000 square feet of facilities space, it is one of the most significant community centers serving the Boston Area. The YMCA team does a tremendous job keeping their facility clean and always looking for ways to maintain their high cleanliness standards. We are excited to be working with YMCA Boston in our pilot program!
We are happy to announce that Pennsylvania State University will participate in the Cleana Self-Lifting Seat pilot program. Pennsylvania’s flagship university, Penn State has 32 million square feet of buildings across its campus in University Park, serving more than 80,000 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as 35,000 faculty and staff. Going live next year, Cleana will help bring a new level of cleanliness to the public restrooms at Penn State! Excited to be working with this prestigious university in our pilot program!
Cleana is delighted to announce our partnership with the University of Utah and will participate in our self-lifting seat pilot program. Located in Salt Lake City, the flagship campus of the University of Utah is home to just over 30,000 students and almost 4,000 faculty. With 316 buildings across campus, the custodial team works hard to provide high cleanliness standards for all academic, research, and athletic facilities on campus.
We are excited to partner with Roche Brothers Supermarkets to deploy the newest line of Cleana Self-Lifting Seats! Roche Brothers is one of the most prominent supermarket chains in the North East, offering the highest quality products and service. The family-owned chain has grown to 20 supermarkets across the Greater Boston Area and is actively adding locations. Roche Bros consistently strive to offer their loyal customer base the best and cleanest experience possible and to help their employees be as efficient as possible. We are so excited to be working with Roche Brothers!
Cleana is excited to be working with Temple University to deliver the Cleana Self-Lifting Seat as a part of our pilot program! Temple’s awesome facilities team aims to always provide clean and sanitary restrooms across campus, and with over 40,000 students and faculty, that’s no small feat! Their team is constantly looking for smart designs that can prevent messes and save labor, and have found the Cleana seat to be that solution. We are super excited to be working with Temple University!
Cleana is thrilled to reveal a pilot launch program partnership between Cleana and Northern Kentucky University. It is home to almost 15,000 students and nearly 2000 faculty members. Over 100 custodial workers make up the NKU custodial team, which provides high-quality cleaning services for the university. Cleana will aid in enhancing the cleanliness of restrooms throughout the university while streamlining custodial efforts. We are excited to be working with Northern Kentucky University!