We have helped reduce risk for clients across many industries, such as schools, daycares, gyms, nursing homes, nonprofit vocational centers, restaurants, dental offices, biotechnology laboratories, country clubs, and transit bus fleets.

We only charge cents per treated Sq/Ft of the location(s) that needs disinfected. If you do not know your building’s size, we can laser measure the area or use public property databases.
Besides required sales tax, we do not add on ANY surcharges or extra fees.

Yes, we do one time proactive or emergency visits, as well as discounted routine service plans. There is no contract for our service plans.

We have been helping reduce risk and provide peace of mind across Nebraska since May 2020. We are insured, bonded, and BBB accredited. We have a 5.0 perfect Google Reviews rating.

We also have industry training certifications from:OSHA for Bloodborne PathogensCleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI) and ISSA certified for COVID-19 and Pandemic PreparednessGlobal Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) Microbial Warrior™ Program.

Hospital disinfectants are EPA-registered and approved for use in hospitals, clinics, dental offices, and other medical facilities. They must be able to kill microorganisms often found in healthcare while being safe around staff and patients. Hospital-grade disinfectants are tested to a much higher level of efficiency than commercial-grade.

Disinfectants must dwell on surfaces, or remain visibly wet, for specified amounts of time in order to be effective. These time amounts are set and approved by the EPA. Our disinfectant has a kill dwell time of 1 to 4 minutes, depending on concentration and setting.

There is a tremendous difference between sanitizing and disinfecting.

Sanitizers reduce microorganisms (but do not necessarily completely eliminate them) to meet the levels considered safe as determined by health codes and regulations.

Sanitizing only kills 99.9% of bacteria, while disinfecting kills 99.999% of viruses, fungi and bacteria.

Do not underestimate the decimal difference. Sanitizing, when done properly, results in a 1,000-fold reduction in exposure to germs, while disinfecting results in a 100,000-fold reduction.

Common examples are the common cold and Influenza-A flu virus, Salmonella, meningitis, Norovirus, Polio, Herpes, Hepatitis A and B, H1N1, C. diff, Staph/MRSA, conjunctivitis, mold, bacteria, fungus, TB, Hand Foot and Mouth Disease.

We use HOCL, an EPA List N registered disinfectant approved for numerous uses from hospital disinfection to water sanitization following hurricanes.

Our disinfectant is EPA-approved for eliminating SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Our effervescent disinfectant tablets dissolve in water to produce a variety of strengths that meet the range of needs for every facility. From the low-level sanitization required for food-contact surfaces, to powerful infection control for COVID-19 and C. diff.

By using dissolvable tablets instead of a liquid concentrate, we also eliminate human dilution error on our side.
The branded name of our NaDCC HOCL disinfectant is called PURTABS, by EvaClean.


  • Kid-safe
  • Plant-safe
  • Pet-safe
  • NSF D2 Certified for food surfaces
  • Dries within 10 minutes with no wiping down required
  • EPA-approved for COVID-19 and a broad list of more common pathogens
  • Neutral pH is environmentally friendly
  • All-naturalAlso kills mold and mildew, which eliminates and controls odors

The active agent in PURTABS is sodium dichloroisocyanurate, shortened to NaDCC. The active ingredient in bleach is Sodium Hypochorite (NaOCl).

When dissolved in water both NaDCC and bleach produce the highly effective disinfecting agent hypochlorous acid (HOCL). The difference in the two chemistries is what comes with the HOCL. In the case of PURTABS’ NaDCC we have an organic natural molecule. In the case of bleach we get Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH), more commonly known as caustic.

Being caustic means it is highly corrosive to metals and similar surfaces. It is also a significant health risk through both direct skin contact and inhalation.

Our PURTABS’ NaDCC produces no caustic and is approved by both the EPA and the WHO as a disinfectant for potable water during hurricane emergencies.

Yes, it has a temporary slight chlorine smell that dissipates quickly (within 20 minutes) after application. Any residual smell is described by clients as a “clean” or “sterile” smell.

Our backpack sprayers apply positive charges to the droplets exiting the nozzle to make disinfecting and antimicrobial solutions electromagnetically stick to targeted surfaces. No matter which angle a surface is sprayed from, the charge created by the electrostatic sprayer makes the solution wrap around and cling to the entire surface. If we target a dumbbell at the gym or a door handle, one angle of spray will wrap around 360°.

Electrostatic technology allows the chemistry to achieve proper and even surface coating for proper EPA-approved kill claims. We use less chemical to provide faster and more complete coverage.
One technician with a backpack can cover 22,000 square feet on one tank. The devices also have a 3-in-1 nozzle, which allows us to set the droplet size to match the setting.

Electrostatic vs Fogging
Foggers require you to leave the area for 4 or more hours and are usually harmful to be around. The disinfectant fills the room, randomly move around the air, and then it falls wherever it lands. Electrostatic spraying is user directed and dries within 10 minutes. We can work around staff and clients that are present in the room.

Electrostatic vs traditional spray-and-wipe
The current “wipe-and-go” disinfecting method introduces human error with the potential of missing high/low touch surfaces, minimizing kill claims by chemicals with reduced, inconsistent contact times and introducing the potential for cross-contamination by touching every surface. It also has the potential to expose workers to surface pathogens due to touching surfaces.

In a 50 Sq/Ft Test Area, our Victory brand of equipment found that an electrostatic device can completely disinfect the area in 22 seconds, versus 1 minute and 14 seconds with a traditional spray bottle.

Learn more about electrostatic disinfection here.

Almost all visits are 30 minutes or less. Bigger locations or those with sensitive electronic areas may take a little longer. Our service timeframe improves with each visit as we learn your layout.

Yes we disinfect every day around standard office equipment such as keyboards, phones, mice, computers and printers.
We do not target our spray on sensitive electronic areas, artwork or unique equipment.

Our EPA-approved tablets dissolve quickly in water to form a sanitizing solution that is NSF D2 certified safe for food contact surfaces with no rinsing required. They dry clear within 10 minutes. We strive to inspect stainless steel and glass to ensure residue is gone. Over saturation may cause streaking on rare occasions.

Unlike bleach, our disinfectant does not discolor fabrics.

No. The PURTAB brand’s owner, EvaClean, conducted independent third party testing with American Environmental Consultants, Inc. to conduct personal air sampling. These were performed by a trained industrial hygienist using OSHA and NIOSH sampling techniques. All results verified that spraying PURTABS fall below published accepted Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) and Threshold Limit Value (TLV).

Absolutely. We swab surfaces pre and post disinfection to measure the ATP residue on surfaces. Adenosine Triphosphate, or ATP, is the energy molecule found in all living things, making it a perfect indicator when trying to determine if a surface is clean or not. ATP residue could build up from common grime, dust, viruses or bacteria. Companies use ATP systems to rapidly verify surfaces have been cleaned thoroughly in food manufacturing and healthcare applications, and to ensure that biofilms are not developing on the surface that could affect quality.

We use the Hygiena EnSURE™ handheld monitor device, which is the leading ATP brand on the market.
With an ATP hygiene monitoring system, (or sometimes referred to as – an ATP sanitation monitoring system), ATP is brought into contact with Hygiena’s unique liquid-stable reagent in the test device. Light is then emitted in direct proportion to the amount of ATP present in the sample, providing information on the level of contamination in seconds.

ActivePure® is an exclusive environmental technology that solves many everyday indoor air and surface contamination problems. ActivePure’s advanced oxidizers are proven to reduce up to 99.99% of surface and air contaminants including SARS-CoV-2. ActivePure is safe to use in indoor spaces while occupied by people – quickly, continuously, and safely reducing exposure to pathogens.

ActivePure® Technology disinfection system is the safest, fastest and most powerful surface and air-purification technology available that minimizes recontamination and cross contamination in real time without the use of chemicals or ozone.

ActivePure® Technology is safe for both humans and pets and is used every day in homes worldwide, as well schools, businesses, bars & restaurants, hospitals, daycares, fitness clubs, athletic venues and more

Units with ActivePure Technology pull free oxygen and water molecules in the air through ActivePure’s patented honeycomb matrix. The technology creates powerful oxidizers, known as ActivePure Molecules, that are then released back into the room, where they seek and destroy DNA and RNA viruses including SARS-CoV-2 (novel coronavirus), Swine Flu (H1N1), Avian Bird Flu (H5N8), Hepatitis A (HAV) and MS2 bacteriophage, regardless of their size, on surfaces and in the air. As if that isn’t enough, ActivePure works in REAL TIME to eliminate harmful pathogens and contaminants. In comparison, updated HVAC systems must be kept running in order for them to help reduce risk. When they are shut off, they are not doing anything to protect.


  • Continuous Disinfection 24/7/365
  • Free-Standing/Portable
  • Plug In & Purify
  • No Chemicals or Ozone
  • No Byproducts
  • Works Quickly and Quietly
  • Safe to use in Occupied Spaces