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"We installed out first Insta-Flow a little over two months ago at Springdale Park E.S. The building is cleaned by in-house staff during the day and contracted custodial staff at night. We held a meeting with both groups after the 2 month mark. Our in-house staff loved all the chemicals (couldn't say enough about the glass cleaner) and said that the Insta-Flow chemicals performed better than the chemicals we were previously providing. The contracted staff supported the claims of our in-house staff; they love the chemicals.
Our in-house staff also commented on how the chemicals didn't dry their skin out.
We are testing an additional unit at another school with a different set of in-house and contracted staff. If we achieve the same results we will be rolling this out to the entire district."
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
SUNRAY, Texas (KVII) ? Students, teachers and staff at Sunray ISD are returning to school on Wednesday after the district had all three campuses closed for cleaning. Last week superintendent Marshall Harrison set a cut mark of 80 students. On average between 70 and 75 students a day were out sick because of the flu.
"The flu hit us hardest in Pre-K through fourth grade," said Marshall Harrison, the superintendent of Sunray ISD.
The district has work crews from different companies come in and help disinfect the schools.