Failure to eliminate or remove biofilms can lead to significant human health and operational challenges. Biofilm is the natural habitat for microorganisms and affects our daily lives in numerous ways. Recognized as a public health risk, biofilms harbor dangerous pathogens and other bacteria and viruses, directly impacting human health in areas such as disease transmission, dental health and wound treatment. Additionally, biofilms cost the U.S. billions of dollars every year in operational efficiencies such as energy loss, equipment damage and product contamination—placing brands and consumers at risk for a foodborne disease outbreak. Watch our biofilm video, sign up for a free biofilm audit, read our biofilm whitepapers or insight series to learn more.