The EarthSafe mission statement reads, “Designing a future where applying the technologies of tomorrow protects the public health beyond the limits of the tools today.” Simply put—Time is the cleaning industry’s number one limiting factor for successful infection prevention. This challenge has been the driver for all EarthSafe product innovations since day one.
They began by developing the EvaClean Infection Prevention System, which leverages advanced electrostatic sprayer technologies to cover three-times the area in 80% less time, a “drop and go” sanitizing/disinfection chemistry, and simplified, scalable processes for higher-level compliance and maximum output. Still, a critical gap remained in daily cleaning and floor disinfection strategies.
EvaClean is an infection prevention and outbreak solution from EarthSafe Chemical Alternatives. This touchless electrostatic disinfecting and sanitizing system is built around one standardized process and a safer chemistry with two advanced products—Protexus sprayers and PURTABS—that create one infection control system.
“EvaClean’s overarching mission is to stop worst case scenarios before they occur. We’d rather be the vaccine than the antibiotic,” said Jeremiah Gray, co-founder of EarthSafe.
Waxie Sanitary Supply Northern California introduces Able Services San Francisco to a transformative disinfection solution by EvaClean™, resulting in enhanced services that are performed faster, safer, more effectively, and with far less labor.
EvaClean is a touchless electrostatic disinfection and sanitizing system built around one standardized process and a safer chemistry with two advanced products—Protexus sprayers and PURTABS electrostatic disinfection. Able Services and Waxie Sanitary Supply discovered this game changing solution.
The EvaClean suite of infection prevention products unites advanced technologies with less toxic chemistries and proven processes for a completely integrated system. The Protexus line of Touchless Electrostatic Sprayers are standardized around PurTabs, a Hypochlorous Acid-based sporicidal in effervescent tablet form. The system is backed by proprietary compliance processes including training, procedures, support, and standardized instructions for fool-proof disinfection and sanitization.
(CNN)Flu activity increased over the past week, squelching hopes of an early peak and leading at least 12 states to shut down some schools.
There have been as many as 11.4 million flu illnesses, 5.4 million medical visits and 136,000 flu hospitalizations between October 1, 2018 and January 19, 2019, according to the weekly flu report released Friday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
During the week that ended January 19, the CDC reported three additional children had died due to flu-related causes, bringing the total number to 22 for the season. For adults, flu deaths are estimated based on pneumonia and other illnesses related to flu. The proportion of deaths attributed to pneumonia and flu was 7.2%, which is slightly higher than the usual threshold of 7.1% for this time of year, the CDC said, based on data from the National Center for Health Statistics.
BRAINTREE, Mass. - A spike in sick calls involving the flu had an ambulance company looking for a quick cure. Brewster Ambulance teamed up with a company with a unique tool that they say helped them clean their equipment within minutes.
Brewster Ambulance usually responds to sick calls, but recently their staff had a spike of their own.
"Cases of the flu, general chest congestion which was impacting our workforce," said Chris DiBona, BAS.
The Watertown City School District has a new way to tackle germs.
Meet Protexus, an electrostatic sprayer designed to kill germs, cold flu virus, e-coli - anything harmful to students and staff.
It's easy to use. Handlers put a chlorinated tablet into the attached water bottle, pull the trigger, and spray.
Schools officials say it's a proactive approach to cleaning, not a replacement for traditional cleaning methods or crews.
More than 600 students stayed home from school in Utah County earlier this month — some sick with the highly contagious norovirus, but most just afraid of catching it.
Now, it’s creeping north into Salt Lake County classrooms. And the outbreak, hitting much earlier in the year than normal, is worrying public health officials who say the fast spread of the illness doesn’t portend well for flu season.
ATRA Janitorial Supply Co., Inc. hosted a seminar for New Jersey-based directors of educational facilities last month at Galloping Hill Country Club in Kenilworth, NJ.
Approximately 250 cleaning professionals representing more than 200 New Jersey school districts attended the half-day seminar, making it one of the largest gatherings of New Jersey school district officials ever. The event, titled “Using Technology to Achieve Sustainability in Your School,” focused on helping facility managers attain their cleaning goals by using the latest technologies to implement green cleaning programs and sustainability solutions.