Electro-chemical activation (ECA) eliminates the use of traditional, toxic chemicals, which is good for the environment, workers and the bottom line.

SUSTAINABLE CLEANING WITH KLARION

Eliminating the use of traditional, toxic chemicals is good for the environment, workers and the bottom line. Generating cleaning and sanitizing solutions on-site and on-demand with the Klarion system is an even better way to make your operations more sustainable.

Environmental

  • On-site generation eliminates the pollution associated with the delivery of chemicals, removal of chemical drums or totes and disposal of chemical containers
  • On-demand production eliminates the need to store hazardous chemicals
  • Klarion solutions are drain and disposal friendly

Social

  • Production of ready-to-use cleaners and sanitizers eliminates the need for workers to dilute and mix toxic, concentrated chemicals
  • Non-irritating to skin and eyes and fragrance-free, Klarion solutions are safer for workers and require no protection gear

Economic

  • The need to order, store and manage chemicals is eliminated
  • Freight charges for delivery of chemical eliminated
  • No need to train workers on safety procedures for cleaning or purchase protection gear
  • Improved worker productivity – no downtime for suiting up and removing protection gear
  • Safer work environment improves employee satisfaction and tenure, reduces worker's comp claims
  • Reduced waste water costs; reduction in or elimination of disposal fines
  • No fees for chemical container disposal
  • Savings up to 30% compared to the cost of traditional chemicals. No capital equipment expenditure; pay monthly based on volume of solutions produced
OVERVIEW

Klarion: Better for the Environment, Workers & the Bottom Line

  • No pollution associated with on-site generation
  • Solutions are drain and disposal friendly
  • Solutions are safer for employees – no PPG required
  • Costs less than traditional chemicals
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