Case Study: Needville ISD
ArrowClean Needville ISD

In the Fight Against COVID, Needville ISD Arms Teachers and Students with ArrowClean’s Advanced Disinfecting Technology

“Disinfection is more than just cleaning,” said Curtis Rhodes, Superintendent of Needville ISD. “In addition to the work of our custodial staff, I wanted to empower our teachers and students with a safe disinfectant to instill a sense of confidence and security.”

The CDC recommends using disinfecting products with the shortest contact time possible. While disinfectants commonly used in schools include toxic ingredients and require a wet contact time of 10 minutes to work, TK60 destroys pathogens in just one minute and is safe for humans and the environment.

“Teachers and students should be focused on academics, not overly complicated and hazardous disinfection protocols. We’re proud to have Needville ISD as an ally in the fight against COVID-19,” said Rayne Guest, founder and CEO of ArrowClean. 

Proper disinfection and sanitization of more than 700,000 square feet spanning five campuses is critical to the district’s 3,500 pre-kindergarten to 12th grade students and 450 educators and administrators. 

ArrowClean’s device is attached directly to the water supply in the district’s central warehouse to produce hundreds of gallons of TK60 each day. The product is delivered to the campuses daily through the same distribution program that provides food items to various campuses. In addition to the classroom, TK60 is utilized throughout the athletic facilities, kitchens, and buses for use without restriction or fear of shortages. 

ArrowClean’s device also produces FC+, an all-purpose cleaner and degreaser. Both solutions are free of toxins, color, and added fragrance; and eliminate the need for multiple disinfectants, sanitizers, deodorizers, degreasers, and surface-specific cleaners. TK60 also complies with FDA code for use on food contact surfaces with no rinse required.

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