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New disinfectant platform able to be used at funeral homes

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CHARLESTON, S.C. - Following the COVID-19 pandemic, one sector that had some issues when it came to their disinfection process were funeral homes. Many people have lost friends or family due to the virus, and wanted to celebrate their life in the way that was right for them. Given how little the world knew about this disease, funeral home workers were nervous that they could contract the virus from decedents. Read More>>

Realtors looking for new ways to disinfect home showings

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CHARLESTON, S,C. - When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early 2020, the real estate market took a massive hit, as people were unable to view new homes for themselves or for their families. When viewing homes slowly reappeared as the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 viruses became normalized, while wearing masks were usually mandatory during an open house, social distancing became nearly impossible as people were trying to view the home. Read More>>

Warehouse facilities looking at new non-toxic disinfecting platform

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CHARLESTON, S.C. - Compared to many types of workplaces, warehouses can be one of the hardest to clean and/or disinfect. Given their usually vast size in every dimension, it can be very easy to miss a spot and very hard to reach all spots - especially the higher up locations, whether it be a certain shelf that is holding inventory or in rarely used places that can still have viruses,. Read More>>

Gyms to use new non-toxic disinfectant platform

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CHARLESTON, S.C. - When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early 2020, one of the hardest hit places were gyms. Given the close proximity of people in a standard fitness gym, along with the feasibility of spreading infectious diseases given the amount of bodily fluids that are produced (coughing, sweat, etc.), gyms were a hotspot for the spread of the SARS-Cov-2 viruses, causing them to be closed down the longest and. Read More>>

Truck drivers looking to use new disinfection platform for big rigs

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CHARLESTON, S.C. - The trucking industry in 2012 included 294.7 cases of illness involving days away from work per 10,000 full time workers - almost 3 times the rate for all private industry occupations1. According to a CDC survey, they found that long-haul truck drivers are more likely to smoke, be overweight, and are less likely to be physically active compared to other US workers2. With some truck drivers being. Read More>>

New disinfecting technology able to be used on planes

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CHARLESTON, S.C. - When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in mid March of 2020, the number of airline travelers was only about 10% of what it was compared to the previous year. Commercial airline companies started to use and promote the use of sanitization in every portion of the cabin - the entire cabin was disinfected before and after flights, and passengers were given sanitizing wipes to use at their discretion. Read More>>

Jewelry able to be disinfected with new proprietary technology

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CHARLESTON, S.C. - Jewelry is sold everywhere. Whether it be in luxury stores such as Chanel or Cartier, or more cost-effective locations such as Target or Amazon, many people use jewelry to express themselves in ways that other clothing items cannot. Piercings are another example of this, as many now have nose, eye, or belly piercings to be themselves. Just like clothing, those same people have to make sure that. Read More>>

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