Lebanon, NJ (PRWEB) October 09, 2014
ClorDiSys Solutions, Inc has been a leader in contamination control since its inception in 2001 when it consulted on the decontamination of the Hart Senate Building after the anthrax bioterrorism attacks of October 2001. Now its technology is being used for a number of applications in the effort to stop the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa as well as the United States.
ClorDiSys’ involvement in the fight against Ebola started in West Africa, with various world health organizations, including the U.S. government, using ClorDiSys’ gaseous chlorine dioxide to sterilize items that are contaminated with Ebola. The technology was tested and is being utilized for a number of applications within hospitals, treatment centers, and the field.
More recently, ClorDiSys’ ultraviolet light system, The Torch, was utilized for the terminal disinfection of Dr. Rick Sacra’s patient room at the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Biocontainment Patient Care Unit where he was successfully treated for Ebola.
ClorDiSys is proud to be a part of the fight against the current Ebola outbreak. ClorDiSys continues to build partnerships with healthcare facilities and world health organizations in an effort to stop the spread of Ebola abroad and raise preparedness within the United States.