EvaClean has committed to donating 149 pallets of its PureOne cleaner and disinfectant tablets, along with 80 Proxteus electrostatic sprayers, to Convoy of Hope, a charity that delivers water, food, building materials and other much needed supplies to disaster-stricken areas.

Since Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida on Sept. 30, Convoy of Hope Disaster Services Teams have distributed relief supplies to over 100,000 people, while also continuing to serve Hurricane Fiona survivors in Puerto Rico as well as Kentucky residents who suffered catastrophic flooding last July.

Safety is a key reason Convoy of Hope was intrigued by PurOne. Its NaDCC chemistry creates HOCL when mixed with water, which is biodegradable and has the lowest toxicity rating yet possesses four-times the killing power of bleach.

EvaClean’s donation of over six million tablets ensures enough product to clean more than 60 billion square feet or over 15 billion square feet when deep cleaning.

“EvaClean's generosity allows Convoy to significantly impact long-term recovery in Florida and enables our disaster services teams to continue offering help to those who need it," said Ethan Forhetz, Convoy of Hope’s national spokesperson said, "We are grateful to EvaClean for its incredible donation. The PurOne tablets will be instrumental in enabling survivors to clean up after the storm’s devastation in a safe and environmentally friendly way.”