Sanitizing educational settings from day cares to universities to sanitize all the areas missed with traditional cleaning programs.
Serving Schools, Universities, Daycares, and other Educational locations around the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.
- The K-12 Solution for Keeping Schools Healthy
- Keeping children and staff from getting sick.
- Bacteria and viruses can infect a classroom faster than you think.
- What’s attacking your school, students, and teachers? Norovirus, Rhinovirus, MRSA, Mold, and more.
- A single sneeze can carry over 100,000 germs and easily reach a single surface touch point across a 400 sq/foot room.
- Viruses like cold and flu can live on surfaces for up to 2 days, while bacteria and other pathogens can live on surfaces for weeks at a time.
- Children passively exposed to bleach have higher incidences of respiratory infections
- Nearly 22 million school days are lost annually due to the common cold.
- Working parents worry about risking pay and job loss when a child gets sick
- Contagious illness like influenza spread more quickly in schools than they do in the workplace
- Diarrhea is second only to the common cold as a cause of lost working time, with about 25 days lost from work or school each year for every 100 Americans.
- “Teacher illness costs time and money— not to mention the negative effects that teacher absences may have on student learning. In fact, teachers tend to be absent from school more days a year than students. One study found that teacher illness-related absences averaged 5.3 days a year compared to 4.5 days a year.”
- More than 50 children have died in the 2017-18 Flu epidemic.
- Eliminates and controls odors
- Safer for humans and materials
- 3x more surface coverage than traditional pump sprayers, rags or wipes
- Faster, safer and more consistent application
- NSF D2 Food Contact Surface Safe Sanitizer(100ppm)
Keeping students healthy from preschool to PhD.
From local preschools, where infections like Norovirus, Hand Foot and Mouth Disease, and Flu can run rampant to college campuses where meningitis, MRSA, and others are a real risk, schools are under pressure to do more to promote a healthy environment. Student absenteeism can negatively impact the students’ as well as school’s performance, and, in some cases, is a threat to state funding. Employee absences come with significant costs. The problems are real and on the rise:
- Nearly 32 million school days were missed in the 2010 flu season, according to a Walgreens survey
- More germs are found on an average classroom water fountain spigot than then on a toilet seat
- Certain commonly used disinfectants and sanitizers can trigger asthma, allergies, and other respiratory problems