Shell Deer Park helps keep Hands Clean in local ISDs
Jan 06, 2021
400 gallons of hand sanitizer donated to Deer Park and Pasadena ISD; San Jacinto College
At the start of the pandemic, Shell converted several of its plants to produce liquid hand sanitizer. The company has so far donated more than 5,900 gallons to offices of emergency management, medical and elder care facilities, local community school districts and universities. Additionally, Shell donated 132,000 gallons of isopropyl alcohol for use in the production of surgical grade disinfectant wipes and in the preparation of COVID-19 test and vaccine research.
With donations going out to the Deer Park, Pasadena and La Porte Offices of Emergency Management earlier this year, Shell Deer Park has recently reached out to local ISDs with a donation of 400 gallons of hand sanitizer going to Deer Park ISD, Pasadena ISD, and San Jacinto College.
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