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Sep 13 2017
by Impact News

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In these device-laden times, educational mainstays such as spelling and syntax are taking a beating. Texting demands brevity, Twitter turns on 140 or fewer characters per post, and many of the sites most popular with younger users focus on images or video: Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest. What’s more, Snapchat messages only last a brief time before they disappear into the ethers forever; that’s the nature of the app. Is it any wonder, then, that in addition to having nano-attention spans, today’s kids may find it harder to care about history or even grammar when their lives seem so ephemeral?

Of course, some things you wish would disappear on their own require outside intervention. Such as biohazard spill clean up emergencies. Fortunately, the founders of Impact Absorbents created products that work independent of digital devices, so what disappears forever when you use our products are actual spill mishaps, not pictures of that baby food spill all over mama’s nice clean floor.

One of the best resources for a school to have on hand? The Biofresh Biohazard Kit. Each Kit contains everything you need to handle and dispose of biohazardous material in one place. The Biofresh kits are easy to store behind registers and counters (in the lunchroom, for example), or in any area where first aid or accidental spill cleanup items are kept.

Each Biofresh Biohazard Kit contains:

  • 1 Canister of Biofresh Super Absorbent with Disinfectant
  • 2 Personal Protection Kits
  • Step by Step illustrated instructions
  • 10″ x 12″ ziplock bag with handle

Each Personal Protection Kit contains:

  • Disposable dustpan and brush set
  • Dust mask
  • Pair of High Risk Protective Gloves
  • Disinfecting towelettes
  • Red Biohazard disposal bag and tie
  • Zip Tie

So while we feel your pain, we haven’t yet created a product that will wipe digital distraction from your charges’ minds long enough for them to master what’s being taught in class. When it comes to those classroom messes, however, we’re masters of the ephemeral.

 

From → Absorbents, Safety