GenEon's OSG products help you create all cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting solution on-site.
Our products clean, degrease, sanitize and disinfect without the danger and complexity of traditional toxic chemicals.
Our mixture of minerals and tap water is the most eco-friendly and sustainable system on the market today.
No need to purchase harsh chemical cleaners. Produce cleaning supplies on-site, without any waste or pollution.
Transitioning from traditional cleaning methods to our solutions can reduce business spending by up to 70%.
Switching to GenEon's cleaners has lowered our sick day costs for replacement workers by $185,000 over 2 years!
An article recently published by The Epoch Times describes how some of the disinfectants people use to fight COVID-19 may cause just as much harm in a person's body. Along with all the changes prompted b...
An article by Alison Suffet-Diaz was recently published in The Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly. The piece titled "Mission Impossible? Preparing to Reopen Schools During a Global Pandemic" expands on the wo...
In recent years, there has been a rise in publications linking asthma to the use of cleaning products . One particular ingredient that has received more attention recently as a cause of asthma is the class of chemicals known as quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs). Alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chlorides (BACs) are one type of QACs that has been implicated in causing adverse health effects.Read More
With the coronavirus passing 1,000 deaths this week and the prolonged flu season in the River Valley, Fort Smith Public Schools (FSPS) are using Geneon Foggers with Hypochlorous Acid to kill bacteria in schools.
"Facilities Supervisor Shawn Shaffer briefed the Board of Education on how his team is keeping area elementary schools' absence rates as low as possible.
Hypoclorous Acid is used in hospitals as disinfectant and to clean wounds. According to the Health Department, it is an excellent cleaning agent that can help prevent the spreading of the flu and the coronavirus. Shaffer stated that it was "used to create a cleaner, healthier, safer environment throughout the district."