Chuck E. Cheese Earns Ecolab Science Certified Seal

Chuck E. Cheese has earned the Ecolab Science Certified Seal. The company—which operates more than 400 entertainment-based restaurants popular with children—says the seal signifies its “dedication to advancing the safety and well-being of its guests and cast members by implementing science-based cleaning protocols in partnership Ecolab.”

It has become the “first kid-focused family entertainment center to join the Ecolab program and receive the Ecolab Science Certified Seal, said Ecolab, which was No. 7 on Happi’s 2022 Top Report.

Chuck E. Cheese is a right of passage for many families; it is popular location for birthday parties with younger children.

“Chuck E. Cheese is committed to creating a safe, clean and worry-free space for young families to build memories together, which includes upholding the highest standards of cleanliness across all our fun centers,” said David McKillips, CEO at CEC Entertainment, LLC. “We are proud to be the first family entertainment center to join the Ecolab Science Certified program and leverage Ecolab’s expertise to advance our commitment to the health and safety of our guests.” 

The industrial and instutional cleaning space has been impacted by labor shortages in recent months.

“We are proud Chuck E. Cheese joined the Ecolab Science Certified program, a global brand that provides an exceptional guest experience and is relentlessly focused on cleanliness and safety,” said Kris Kielsa, executive vice president and general manager, institutional North America, at Ecolab. “Working with Ecolab, they have implemented the Ecolab Science Certified™ program and our science-backed practices and protocols to help deliver a higher level of cleanliness while promoting operational efficiency and safety.”

The program includes disinfecting products, sanitizers and cleaning products with elevated hygiene standards and protocols informed by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines; detailed public health and food…


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