Produce sanitization firm Clean Works builds units to sanitize N95 masks
April 16, 2020 By Alanna Fairey
Beamsville, Ont.-based Clean Works, a produce sanitization firm, has gone from working with fruits and vegetables to manufacturing mobile units that can sanitize N95 masks amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Having worked in the agricultural sector for four years, Clean Works first developed a waterless sanitizing system that kills pathogens and viruses from fruit called the Clean Flow Protection unit. VanderVeen and his team took the concept of the Clean Flow and developed a new product to clean personal protection equipment (PPE) for health care providers, including new and used N95 masks.
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