Winning over schools! The Enloe High School story.

Posted on: October 19th, 2015 by mark bauer No Comments

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Enloe High School, of the Wake County NC Public School Systems, joins notable institutions like Penn State, University of Michigan and Duke in adopting engineered water to replace conventional cleaning chemicals. Congratulations to Enloe High School – and welcome to a better, healthier clean!

The typical high school in the United States uses a dozen different chemicals for routine cleaning. Floors, walls, bathrooms — everything seems to need something different. Added dyes, added fragrances, products that require gloves, masks and eye protection — these are products that leave their mark on custodial staff. Respiratory ailments and skin rashes are common with people who spend their days working with chemical cleaning products. What you spray you breathe in, and the reality of chronic lung conditions is proof of that.

By moving away from potentially harmful chemical products Enloe is improving working conditions for their custodial staff, without sacrificing proper cleaning.  According to KC Ashley, Head Custodian,

“When I first heard about ozone ewater, I was skeptical because “green” products are usually less effective and cost more. After using the eWater System, I found that it’s as good or better than chemical cleaners — and it’s more cost-effective. In my 20 years of experience, I have never seen such a product work so well.”

Enloe has recently adopted The eWater® System featuring ozone ewater which is now in use throughout the school.

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