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Daycare, Classroom, Healthcare and Commercial Portable Sinks

Portable sinks are a cost-effective solution to bringing hot and cold water sinks to locations where permanent plumbing solutions are not feasible.  Portable hand washing sinks contain fresh and waste water tanks in a cabinet on casters allowing them to be easily wheeled to any location.  The self contained sinks we carry have several options including basin depths and faucet varieties.  Most units have an electric pump and hot water heater built into the cabinet, so just plugging it in to a power outlet enables hot and cold running water.  These sinks are perfect for child care environments where children can learn hand washing hygiene techniques while being visible to teachers.  Because they are mobile, they can be used in a variety of commercial businesses as well, allowing flexibility to move where the need is.  We even carry a selection of outdoor sinks which do not need an electrical outlet.

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Food Handling Safety for the Holidays

The holidays are upon us, and this means that families, friends, businesses and restaurants will be planning holiday menus. Whether you’re knee-deep in your family kitchen cooking up a storm, or working in your gourmet kitchen preparing a meal for the masses, food handling safety is more important now than ever.

 

  • Mel Kistner

The Value of Global Handwashing Day

October 15th was Global Handwashing Day, and it’s such an important time of year to really focus on the practice and awareness of handwashing. In 1847, a Hungarian obstetrician, Ignaz P. Semmelweiss, showed that handwashing would greatly reduce infections in newborns. His colleagues thought that he was insane, but since that time his claims have been proven true again and again. Handwashing does greatly reduce the spread of disease, and while 95% of people claim to practice proper hand hygiene, studies show that only 67% practice any sort of hand hygiene, not to mention proper hygiene.

 

  • Amy Sloan