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2020 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are taking every precaution to ensure that the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is mitigated.

This PDF document provides an update on practical steps to help mitigate the spread of pathogens within our buildings and communities: 2020 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

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The King’s will provide periodic updates on Cleaning for Health at schools and colleges in Texas.

Podcast: Intelligently Cleaning for Health

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Listen to the “Intelligently Cleaning for Health Podcast” featuring Greg Lookabaugh of The King’s, recorded live at TASBO last week.

Josh Peach of Dude Solutions interviewed Greg at the 74th Meeting of TASBO at George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. The podcast covered a wide range of topics including The King’s Operation System (TKOS) for Intelligent Cleaning for Health.

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74th Annual Meeting of TASBO | The King’s Intelligent Cleaning for Health


Join The King’s at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) in Houston, March 2 to 6, 2020. This year’s meeting will be at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Downtown Houston.

Meet us in Exhibitor Booth #836.

The King’s will be offering new insights into Cleaning for Health at schools and colleges in Texas. We will feature best practices for all seasons, and in particular, we will share advice from the International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA) on Coronavirus: Prevention and Control for the Cleaning Industry. Read advisory

Elementary School in Houston, Texas Reduced Air Pollutants Including Mold By 76.2%

Paul Cagle
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Indoor Air Quality Impact Study: Summary

This elementary school in a Texas ISD is a 98,000 sq ft public school with 48 classrooms, various common areas and an administrative area that contains the principal’s office and a clinic room.

Prior to this air quality study, school classrooms ranged from 28% up to to 104% of the recommended limit of human exposure to air pollution*.

Average was 61% of the recommended limit of exposure to air pollution, across nine benchmark locations in the school. This is considered to be a high or very high exposure to air pollutants, especially for children.

In the first 30 days of this study, air pollutants were reduced 76.2% overall.

And in the classroom where pollutants exceeded the recommended limit, the reduction was 92.3%: from 104% down to 2%.

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Trey Domann Joined The King’s As Vice President


HOUSTON — The King’s announced that Trey Domann has joined the company as Vice President to provide leadership in the areas of business process, business development and strategic growth.

Trey brings more than 15 years of experience in business development, entrepreneurial strategy, sales, construction, project management, operations, marketing and human resource management to clients of The King’s. Prior to joining The King’s executive team in 2015, he spent the last twelve years partnering, developing and operating healthcare ventures.

Trey graduated from Texas A&M University in 1999 and is a member of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), IFMA, TASBO and TAHFM. Trey loves time with his family, fitness, sports, hunting, fishing and music. He is a certified ropes course facilitator, team building instructor, Houston Area Young Life volunteer, and he serves on the board of directors for The Gathering of Men and the Greater Houston Prayer Breakfast.