Sanitation of environments: tools and good practices to reduce viruses and bacteria

The issue of sanitizing environments is increasingly topical : technology applied to purifying the air we breathe seems to be the trend of the moment and there are many companies that offer services of this type. Let’s see what there is to know.

The Coronavirus has revealed us weak and vulnerable and today the new Dpcm of Phase 2 post Covid-19 provides or rather strongly advises companies and commercial activities to apply preventive security measures.

In addition to the dpi – individual safety devices – it is required to sanitize the working environment . Hospitals, offices, hotels, means of transport and shops… all are encouraged to use methods to eliminate viruses and bacteria.

But the sector of ventilation and air health is well known and active for some time and intended for our homes as well as public areas.

Sanitation: what does it mean
The term sanitization indicates a deep cleaning procedure that aims to eliminate bacteria and viruses both from surfaces and in the air , both in an industrial and civil context.

It is therefore a thorough hygiene process that goes beyond ordinary cleaning . If the environments are frequented by people it is essential that this cleaning is carried out with targeted eco-compatible, biodegradable and non-toxic products that do not harm people and the environment.

The ministerial directives for the management of Phase 2 of the Covid-19 emergency in fact provided for the use of a disinfectant Medical Surgical Device with biocidal efficacy for the sanitization of premises and offices .

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