NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The City School District of New Rochelle's program of cleaning and disinfecting desks, chairs and pretty much every other surface is in the spotlight.
The Facilities Department's use of new spray applicators districtwide is so comprehensive that it was chosen to be featured in a video demonstrating the EvaClean's Protexus system. The company and a video crew visited Trinity Elementary School recently as custodian Steve Spady used the handheld and backpack applicators filled with the Puretab disinfecting solution in classrooms, the auditorium, restrooms and hallways. The system uses an electrostatic process that causes droplets of the solution, which is safer than bleach, to wrap around objects, making it simple to cover hard-to-reach areas and the most frequently touched surfaces when spraying desks, chairs, doorknobs, restroom fixtures, and even haphazard groups of markers or crayons in trays.
View the video here.