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Cleanz222 Part of Cobb County’s $12 Million School Sanitization Program

Kristal Dixon at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, reports Cobb County School District will spend up to $12 million to add two products designed to fight the spread of coronavirus in all of its elementary schools. The district will deploy a hand-rinsing device and a product that uses low-voltage ultraviolet light to sterilize classrooms in its 67 elementary schools. Both products were tested in October at Bryant, Belmont Hills and Argyle elementary schools as part of a pilot program. Iggy, the hand-rinsing device, incorporates a low concentration of aqueous ozone in the stream of water it sprays onto a user’s hands. According to…
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