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Produce sanitization firm Clean Works builds units to sanitize N95 masks

April 16, 2020  By Alanna Fairey

The Clean Works Health Care Mini has the capability to sanitize new and used N95 masks and other PPE products. Photo courtesy of Clean Works.

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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