As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, many healthcare providers are looking into innovative ways to protect their facilities against the pathogen. Chloe Kent speaks to Radic8 CEO and founder Richard Greenwood to talk about an innovative air filter which could be saving lives.
Greggs has confirmed an outbreak of coronavirus at its bakery distribution centre in Leeds.
An undisclosed number of people working at the centre in Bramley tested positive.
Following further tests the firm said more staff were found to have the virus and the centre was deep cleaned.
Dozens of food processing plants are dealing with coronavirus outbreaks, with one chicken factory forced to partially close after seeing a rise in the number of positive cases.
The study, carried out by researchers at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, has used far-ultraviolet C (UVC) light, at a wavelength which is safe for humans, to kill more than 99.9% of coronaviruses that are found present in airborne droplets.
Water is deceptive. For while it pours freely from the heavens and seems to flow endlessly in rivers, it’s a finite resource; we only have what we have. And although there is about 332,500,000 cubic miles of it on earth – only one-hundredth of one percent of the world’s water is readily available for human use.
Ican are pleased to announce the strategic development to deliver World Class Radic8 Virus-Eliminating and Air Purification Technologies to the UK Commercial Market Place.