Disinfection cabins built with recycled tetrabrik packaging
The health crisis caused by COVID-19, popularly called coronavirus, has hit many industries globally, and companies have joined efforts to find solutions that allow them to restart their activities, one of them has been the implementation of disinfection cabins .
After more than a month of global confinement, the World Health Organization could express its concern regarding the removal of the quarantine, to this end it has suggested measures for countries to avoid a possible outbreak and urged to apply preventive measures in all institutions with high influx of people.
That is why in recent days we have seen how large, medium and small companies in Europe and Asia have implemented disinfection booths in their devices. This type of booths has been routinely used in microbiological research laboratories for disinfecting suit surfaces or inactivating suits contaminated by toxic materials.
Fight Covid-19 and pollution at the same time?
In view of the situation, the sanitary solutions company, SANIGROUP, has developed a new disinfection product created from the recycling of more than seven thousand tetrabrik-format containers, discarded in the yellow containers.
The company ensures that these recycled booths, structured with polialu, reduce the burden of microorganisms such as viruses and bacteria, which are on the exposed surface in just five seconds.
In addition, it affirms that the active ingredient used is friendly to the environment and is not harmful to humans or animals. It also states that it is a non-toxic, non-irritating and non-explosive product.
On the other hand, but not less important, the disinfection cabin has a sensor that allows the system to be activated only when appropriate, which translates into energy savings.