Disinfecting & Sanitizing solutions that give you and your community peace of mind.

We offer EPA approved antimicrobial agents,

disinfectants, and sanitizers to kill COVID-19!

Our services can even include testing of your facility so

you can ensure you are provided true effectiveness.

Reliable. Equipped. Experienced. Trusted.

The cleanliness of your office or facility is the key to keeping your staff and guests/patrons safe. It is imperative that you have a professional cleaning firm like Emerald City Cleaning servicing your facility, true sanitization of your area requires using the right tools and equipment along with proper training chemical application. At Emerald City Cleaning, we have always been on the forefront of this technology and have the chemicals and instruments to make any facility safe to reopen.

Electrostatic Spray Technology

The most advanced application for disinfecting of all surfaces!

Our professional electrostatic backpack sprayers is a tool that applies disinfectants and sanitizer to surfaces allowing for 360-degree complete coverage, enabling us to also cover up to 20,000 square feet in just one tank of sterilizer.  Our handheld sprayers are used in conjunction with the backpack units, allows us  to maneuver in tight spaces, and still provide the same 360-degree  complete coverage.  

The Benefits of Electrostatic Sprayers

The electrostatic disinfection process is an innovative process that saves energy, time, and labor costs as it provides a more efficient way of applying sterilizer when compared to the traditional cleaning techniques.  

Electrostatic Technology

When using an electrostatic sprayer the disinfectant is atomized then it passes through an electrostatic induction nozzle, further charging those molecules using a bipolar power supply before the disinfectant exits towards the target areas & surfaces.  The bipolar charging of the molecules causes the electrical charges to be re-distributed, causing the disinfectant to have extra of either a positive or the negative charge so they then seek the opposite charge when sprayed. 


The electrostatically charged droplets are then highly attracted to grounded areas and surfaces allowing it to cover all sides, edges, backsides of surfaces, and hard to reach spaces.  This wraparound effect of the electrostatic sprayer provides consistent coverage of the disinfecting solution throughout all areas & surfaces, which in return also reduces the overuse of sanitizer.

Food safe environment sanitizer  



Sanitizes surfaces after application 


Needs to be reapplied frequently 


EPA Approved


Safe to be around food, FDA approved 

Listed to kill the Covid-19 


Kills Micro-Organisms:



Escherichia coli
Staphylococcus aureas
Campylobactor jejuni
Escherichia coli
Klebsiella pneumoniae
Listeria monocytogenes
Salmonella choleraesuis
Shigella sonnei
Yersinia enterocolitica
Enterobacter sakazakii

ATP or lab testing available


Food Safe Sanitizer

If you require disinfection in a restaurant,  kitchen, cafeteria, grocery store, or food manufacturing plant we have an EPA and FDA approved disinfectant that we can use safely at your facility.

Frequently asked questions

What are disinfecting services?

Disinfecting services are cleaning procedures that utilize a antimicrobial disinfectant or quat anitizing. According to the EPA, a disinfectant is an antimicrobial pesticide used on inanimate surfaces and objects to destroy or irreversibly inactivate microorganisms. Disinfectants are distinguished into two categories, hospital type and general use (household). Disinfecting services for commercial facilities should use hospital type disinfectants that are used for infection control. The disinfecting cleaning procedures used can vary depending on the facility, tools, chemical, even company providing the service ranging from deep cleaning, disinfectant fogging and electrostatic-sprayer dispersal.

Does a suspected/confirmed coronavirus exposure in a building require HAZMAT cleaning?

According to the CDC and OSHA, HAZMAT cleaning protocols are not needed for facilities exposed to coronavirus. Most professional disinfection services utilizing EPA N List chemicals meet the guidelines outlined by these organizations, including coronavirus cleaning and disinfecting services.

Why should soiled areas be cleaned prior to disinfecting?

Cleaning soiled surfaces prior to disinfecting allows the disinfectant to work more effectively. If you have a layer of dust, dirt or oils, this creates a barrier between the surface and the disinfectant which prohibits the disinfectant from destroying or inactivating the microorganisms on the surface face.

How much do commercial disinfecting services cost?

Of course, as most services do, disinfecting services price ranges vary based on location and size. It can also depend on the type of facility and the potential risk involved. Disinfecting services pricing is usually calculated based on square footage. For example, we calculate pricing based on square footage typically ranging between $.08 - $.17 per square foot for spaces larger than 5,000 sqft. Some companies can charge up to $2.50 per square foot. Testing services are notincluded in sq.ft pricing.

When should you disinfect your business?

There are multiple occasions when someone should use disinfecting services at their business, and an outbreak is definitely one of them. Recurring disinfecting services benefit high traffic businesses who see a lot of customers and/employees on a daily basis. Additionally, those facilities like doctors' offices, clinics, and hospitals that need to be concerned with infection control benefit from recurring services. For the Coronavirus crisis, it is important to get your facility disinfected if you have a suspected/confirmed coronavirus COVID-19 exposure. This means you know, or suspect, an employee or customer came into your business while infected with the virus. Disinfecting services are also important for “essential businesses” who need to stay open to support public needs; this so they can remain open and productive for the benefit of not only their business, their employees, but the general good as well.

What should businesses do to prepare to re-open after coronavirus?

As businesses prepare to reopen after the coronavirus outbreak, it would be advisable to get a disinfection service conducted at your facility prior to doors-open and your employees return. There is still not enough data to know how long the coronavirus COVID-19 lives on surfaces, it ranges from hours to days on different materials according to the CDC, and you want to help assure the health and safety of your customers and employees upon their return. It is important to note that disinfecting services are viable until a surface comes into contact with human touch or fluids, so if you can guarantee no one is going to your business during your state’s stay-at-home period, it is beneficial to jump on these services prior to the expected rush once the orders are lifted. You may also want to consider adding, or increasing the frequency of your janitorial services. Customers and employees are going to be very conscious (and thankful) of your efforts in this regard after experiencing such a dramatic period. It also helps us all reduce the opportunities for the coronavirus's resurgent return if we all have better health and cleanliness habits.

How do you verify if the right disinfectants are being used to combat coronavirus COVID-19?

The EPA has released List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2. This is a list of primary EPA chemical registrations that have been deemed effective against “Emerging Pathogens”, or those viruses more hard-to-kill or similar to coronavirus COVID-19. You can verify the chemicals used in your facility are listed in two ways: by either finding the EPA’s Emerging Pathogen disclosure/badge on the label or by comparing the first two sections of the EPA Registration number and comparing it with the chemicals on List N. More information can be found on the EPA’s FAQ Page

What is the difference between sanitation, disinfection, and sterilization?

Sanitation is another word for cleaning. Both words have the same meaning; removing visible contamination and debris and dramatically lowering the number of germs on the surface. Disinfection is the destruction of viruses, bacteria, and fungi on surfaces. Proper disinfection leaves a surface highly unlikely to transmit infection or cause disease. Disinfection is only for non-living surfaces because disinfectants are damaging to living skin. Sterilization is the complete destruction of all microscopic life on a surface. Hospitals use sterilization on surgical tools.