School District in Putnam, Connecticut Uses Geneon Technologies to Sanitize Classrooms in a Unique Way
March 12, 2020
With the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, school districts are using old-school science to sanitize classrooms fast, with a fogging machine.
In Putnam, school custodians are "misting" rooms now every day. It's a simple process, that involves mixing a sodium solution with water and activating it before sanitizing a room.
"It is old school science, with new school technology," said Kevin Lamothe, assistant facilities director. The solution comes out like a fog, and settles everywhere. "It has a germ kill time of 30 seconds," Lamothe said.
School Superintendent Dan Sullivan said the machine is more than a time saver for the district employees
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