Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Scored Big with PathoSans Sustainable, Safe Cleaning Solutions

PathoSans, a leading provider of sustainable and socially-responsible cleaning and disinfecting solutions, teamed up with Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino to provide a healthier environment for guests and staff. Westgate Las Vegas, an iconic Las Vegas property known for its legendary entertainment and spacious guest rooms, is using PathoSans sustainable and socially responsible cleaning solutions to clean guest rooms efficiently, safely and sustainably.

“People would rave about the cleanliness of guestrooms, and we would explain how we use safe and effective products with PathoSans,” said Deborrah Ong, Vice President of Hotel Operations for Westgate Las Vegas. “Clean has no smell. No odor or scent in a guestroom means that it’s actually clean.”

PathoSans, a provider of electrochemically activated solutions (ECAS), installed onsite generators and remote dilution stations to provide a cleaner and disinfectant made from just salt, water and electricity. The disinfectant eliminates pathogens and can kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses in seconds while also being sustainable and non-irritating to the skin.

Westgate Las Vegas is a historic property that continues to think about what’s best for the future of the planet, its guests and staff. The products contain no added fragrances and are safe for use throughout the resort while also helping Westgate Las Vegas achieve its sustainability goals.

“Having one of the oldest buildings in Las Vegas, it’s important for us to continue to push innovation and drive sustainable initiatives for preservation. PathoSans works, and it helps us take care of our team members, guests, and historic buildings,” added Ong.

For more information about PathoSans, visit www.pathosans.com.

 

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