General Recreation Keeps Playgrounds Healthy with These Helpful Products

Child uses a hand sanitizer station before playing at a playground.
Image via General Recreation Inc.

The COVID-19 virus and other health threats like Monkeypox are still making headlines and keeping the focus on healthy playgrounds for children and adults alike.

General Recreation, Inc. in Newtown Square continues to offer several tools to keep everyone healthy.

These tools to keep children and caregivers healthy, including “Play Healthy™ Playground Labels, and Play Healthy™ Hand Sanitizer Stations. are available to providers of playgrounds and play areas,

The labels are available free of charge. They are tamper-proof and can be affixed to your existing playground equipment posts.

The images on the labels reinforce hand washing/sanitizing, wearing masks, social distancing and staying home if you are not feeling healthy.

The Play Healthy Hand Sanitizer Station provides a visually appealing way for all park and playground visitors to access hand sanitizer before and after play.

The large capacity container means less frequent refills for maintenance personnel, and the solid construction will hold up to repeated use.

Contact General Recreation to find out more about these health safety products.

About General Recreation

General Recreation Inc. serves Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and has helped hundreds of community leaders and organizations build playgrounds that are safe, aesthetically pleasing and made to last.

General Recreation project are supported by expert and trusted services, including site evaluation, playground design, installation and community build services.

Whether your playground will consist of outdoor playground at a pre-school or a large community playground, experienced commercial playground experts will help you every step of the way.

Find out more about the work of General Recreation.

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