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The PURELL SOLUTION™ for Education: Supporting the Reopening and Continuing Operation of Schools

The recent Presidential Executive Order outlines plans to reopen schools across the country by increasing testing and vaccinations, as well as offering relief funds to support schools and universities throughout the process. Protecting public health is a cornerstone of the PURELL® brand, and we have worked diligently throughout the past year to produce enough product to help schools like yours reopen as soon as possible.

In addition to making products available to these facilities, we’re happy to announce promotional pricing on hand hygiene and surface disinfecting products for schools and universities to support your reopening efforts. Contact your distributor to order.

Available Now - Products You Can Count on, from a Brand You Trust

To order, contact your distributor or fill out the form to have a GOJO representative contact you.

PURELL® CS2 Hand Sanitizer Dispenser - Manual

CS2: Manual 1000 mL capacity wall-mount dispenser for green certified gel hand sanitizer
PURELL® CS4 Dispensers & Stands – Manual

CS4: Manual 1200 mL capacity wall-mount dispenser for foam hand sanitizer

PURELL® CS6 Dispensers & Stands – Touch-Free
6524-01 + 7416-DS

CS6: Touch-Free 1200 mL capacity wall-mount or stand dispenser for foam hand sanitizer

    PURELL® ES1 Dispensing System – Manual

    ES1: Manual 450 mL capacity wall-mount dispenser for gel hand sanitizer

    Choosing the Right Surface Disinfectant for Your School

    From modified schedules to maintaining a clean, worry-free classroom environment, your role has never been more important. PURELL® Surface Sanitizers and Disinfectants eliminate 99.9% of germs on surfaces throughout your school, including desks, bus seats, and gym equipment – even food-contact surfaces – with no rinsing required.

    Eliminate germs quickly and efficiently with PURELL Surface Sanitizers & Disinfectants

    • Kills human coronavirus in 30 seconds
    • Formulated for use on food-contact surfaces, with no rinsing required – NSF D2 certified
    • Ready to use, no mixing, no precautionary statements or handwashing required
    • EPA Design for the Environment Certified – high-performance, low-toxicity rating

    Provide a Clean, Worry-Free Learning Environment

    Not all cleaning and sanitizing products eliminate germs and concerns about harsh chemicals at the same time. When it comes to the well-being of your students, faculty, and staff, you wouldn’t compromise – and the products you choose shouldn’t either.

    The PURELL® brand is committed to developing uncompromising formulations that are effective against illness-causing germs, but gentle enough for people with allergies and other sensitivities to use regularly. We develop our formulations with high-quality ingredients, test them rigorously, and seek third-party certifications to prove it.

    We’ve dedicated ourselves to increasing our manufacturing capabilities and shipping capacity, while investing in our commitment to protect public health – all with the goal of providing you the products and solutions you need to reopen with confidence.

    Understanding Safe, Proper Use of Hand Sanitizers

    As more hand sanitizers enter the market, the FDA has addressed growing concerns about the quality of many of these products. Recently, all hand sanitizer products from Mexico have been placed on a nationwide import alert because the FDA has seen a sharp increase in hand sanitizer products from Mexico that were labeled to contain ethanol, but tested positive for methanol contamination. Methanol, or wood alcohol, is a substance that can be toxic when absorbed through the skin and life-threatening when ingested. Methanol is not an acceptable ingredient in hand sanitizer or other drugs.¹ 

    In addition to the type and quality of the ingredients in your hand sanitizer, how you refill bottles and dispensers can have a tremendous impact on the efficacy and safety of the product. Topping off bottles and dispensers can have negative consequences, including:

    • Safety – Refilling bottles that aren’t meant to be refilled can mean hand sanitizer is diluted or contaminated, impacting its effectiveness and posing an issue with safety.
    • Quality – Mixing different products is not consistent with the quality experience that visitors expect, and the product may become watery or cause irritation due to incompatible formulas.
    • Efficacy – Topping off hand sanitizer can increase alcohol evaporation, which potentially reduces effectiveness. It can mean older or expired hand sanitizer remains in the bottle indefinitely.

    Partnering with Schools Across the Country

    Providing well-being solutions is who we are, and as part of our commitment to a healthy future, we’re working hard to provide the products you need to help reopen your school safely.