Case Study: City of Austin
ArrowClean City of Austin Development Services Department

Austin Charges Ahead of Coronavirus with ArrowClean's State-of-the-Art Technology

Saving Taxpayers 54% on Cleaning Chemicals in the Process.

Austin's Building Services Department has implemented a game changing technology from ArrowClean, a local, woman-owned company. This technology enables Building Services to produce a powerful, hypoallergenic healthcare-grade disinfectant and a powerful, hypoallergenic all-purpose cleaner on-site. The disinfectant kills Coronavirus and other harmful pathogens lightning fast, without posing a threat to the workers using it. 

"It's amazing what a little change, like these solutions, can do for morale," said Eric Herman, Public Services Manager for The City of Austin. 

In addition to providing protection against the Coronavirus, the program is saving taxpayer dollars to boot; a 54% reduction in chemical expenses over three years. The program has already been implemented in several city facilities, including Human Health Services, Austin Animal Center, Austin Police Department, Austin Municipal Court, Downtown Austin Community Court, and One Texas Center. The city is aggressively expanding throughout additional buildings. 

While green products aren't known for performing well or being financially advantageous, Herman has had a different experience with ArrowClean. "My boss says I'm a rock star for coming up with innovative ways to get things done. ArrowClean's technology works better and faster than anything we've ever used before."

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