Evaluating the Effectiveness and Feasibility of Commercial Ozone Technologies Used for Sanitation of Work Area and Laundry Services

SPONSOR:
U.S. Army

PROJECT PERIOD:
09/01/05 – 12/31/06

ABSTRACT:
The primary goal of this study was to obtain independent, laboratory-based, performance data to evaluate the effectiveness, feasibility and safety in the application of one commercial ozone technology (Ozone Industries, Inc.) for cleaning and disinfection of workplace surface areas (sanitation of workplace surface areas) and cleaning and disinfection of linen and clothing (laundry services). A secondary goal of this study was to evaluate the economic benefits of using ozone technology.

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PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
Roger S. Fujioka

Roger S. Fujioka

Researcher (Emeritus), Water Resources Research Center
Graduate Faculty (Emeritus), Microbiology 

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