Going to the Wall

When Pink Floyd released their hit album "The Wall" 40 years ago, they weren't singing about spill clean up, though for many school maintenance crews, this might indeed be the theme. Aside from graffiti (there's also the Led Zeppelin album "Physical Graffiti", of similar vintage, so perhaps it has something to do with the 1970s…), when students get a little too competitive or exuberant, "The Wall" might refer to the need for a biohazard response kit.

Teachers, parents, and school custodial staff can picture it all too well (or is that all too wall). A few kids are having a contest in the lunchroom that entails seeing how many hotdogs they can ingest. Or tater tots. Or bowls of jello. 

The winner (this is teen perception we're talking about) is the one who actually loses — his lunch, that is. Fortunately, savvy school administrators are familiar with such behavior, and will have the requisite spill clean up solutions on hand.

Our Biofresh Biohazard Kit, as its name implies, contains everything you need tohandle and dispose of biohazardous material in one place. Each kit contains:


1 Canister of Biofresh Super Absorbent with Disinfectant
2 Personal Protection Kits
1 Step by Step illustrated instructions
1 10" x 12" zip lock bag with handle

Each Personal Protection Kit contains:


1 Disposable dustpan and brush set
1 Dustmask
1 Pair of High Risk Protective Gloves 
1 Disinfecting towelettes
1 Red Biohazard disposal bag and tie

These kits are easily stored behind lunchroom registers and counters, or in any area where first aid or accidental spill clean up items are kept.

Kids will be kids, and spring brings out the hijinks. As long as you're prepared, you'll never hit the wall with spill clean up concerns — even when they hit the wall with biohazard waste.

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