Cleaning in the 1930’s and Today Ratio of 1 person to 12,500 square feet 2010 ratio of 1 person to 35,000 feet!
Chemicals: Friend or Foe? Indoor Air Quality Incorrect Dilutions Impact on Supply Budget Productivity Safety of Workers Re-soil Issues
What is on the labels? – “Keep out of reach of children.” – “Hazardous to humans and domestic animals.” – “Avoid contact with eyes and clothing.” – “Do not use or store near heat or flame.” – “Do not use on skin.” – “Contact poison control center for treatment advice.” – “Use with proper ventilation.” Cleaning Chemicals
Side Effects to Strong Chemistry 200% increase in asthma in the last 20 years Significant increase in Autism tied to chemicals, pesticides and cleaning chemicals Significant increase in allergies and peanut allergies
Traditional Cleaning Products Can Directly Effect Respiratory Systems However ECA Solutions are: Toxic Free No negative impact on IEQ Free of Volatile Organic Compounds - VOC Free 80-200 more effective than chlorine bleach - yet it is safe for clothing, surfaces, plants, animals, and humans Minerals used are typically classified as GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) by the FDA Non-Corrosive, Non-Bleaching, Non-Irritant
Top Three Reasons…. Leaves no chemical residue behind and uses existing processes Kills 99.999% of harmful germs safely and quicker: E.coli 0157, Staph, Pseudomonas, Norovirus, MRSA, VRE, Salmonella, Listeria, Tuberculosis, H1N1, Polio Virus, c.diff, enterovirus, and more Should be color coded for e asy identification, so the correct solution is used every time, thus reducing the risk of damage to people or surfaces
Engineered Water Benefits Cleans, deodorizes, sanitizes/disinfects with tap water Disinfectants in 30 seconds Replaces daily cleaning chemicals..no toxicity Reduces cleaning chemical supply inventory Eliminates cleaning chemical dilution issues Improves productivity, safety, and indoor air quality Green cleaning technology Leaves no chemical residue
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