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School Stinks? Addressing top complaints and health risks in your schools

Thursday October 13, 2016 2PM ET/11AM PT

The cleanliness of a restroom can make an indelible impression on what students, faculty and parents think of your school. In fact, in its 2015 annual restroom survey, Cascades Tissue Group found 65 percent of participants somewhat or strongly agreed that bathrooms help shape perceptions of the quality of schools. School facility managers often overlook one of the most important aspects of restroom cleanliness – the air. Subpar indoor air quality in bathrooms, as well as classrooms and labs, is a pungent red flag that the school doesn’t keep up its facilities.

In this webinar, air quality expert Jeff Dryfhout explains how healthier and cleaner air in restrooms and other common spaces can reduce absenteeism, increase productivity and improve student and faculty perceptions. 


Learning objectives:

1.How to address common health and cleanliness complaints beyond handwashing and surface cleaning in your school’s bathrooms, classrooms and other high-traffic areas.

2.How to remove odors and up to 99.97 percent of airborne dust, allergens, and viruses from restrooms and other common areas.

3.The short- and long-term return on investment of providing cleaner and healthier school facilities for students, parents and teachers. 

Speaker: Jeff Dryfhout, Fellowes Brands®’ Global Director of Marketing, Air Treatment, champions efforts to improve indoor air quality within organizations as the next frontier in well-being.

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