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Dimension helps Washington School District donate hand sanitizer

After the Covid-19 pandemic, a School District in Washington was left with surplus inventory of hand sanitizer and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). These products were sitting in their warehouse, with the hand sanitizer posing a risk to their employees and communities.


The School District wanted to make sure that their Hand Sanitizer and PPE were put to good use. They were looking for a socially conscious solution.

Our Solution

At Dimension, we recognized their need for a socially conscious solution for their hand sanitizer and PPE. Leveraging our expertise in hazardous waste management, we developed a comprehensive solution that gives their hand sanitizer and PPE another chance.


Our trained professionals safely transport hand sanitizer and PPE from our client’s locations to previously identified NGOs or communities that are in need of this kind of product.


From Homeless Shelters to Food Banks, hand sanitizer and PPE will benefit those communities in need.

Cost Effective

We offer a cost-saving solution to our socially conscious customers. Instead of destroying usable products, they will go to communities in need, avoiding high disposal costs.

We take pride in offering a social focused and cost-effective solution for hand sanitizer and PPE. By partnering with us, our clients mitigate risks, achieve regulatory compliance, and demonstrate a commitment to sustainability.

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