High schools in Carmel, Ind., and Northville, Mich. reported MRSA outbreaks within the past month. The lesson for all high school, collegiate and professional locker rooms: follow the CDC’s recommendation to be more proactive in preventing an outbreak rather than simply cleaning up after one occurs.
Great article in published in WIRED magazine on new technology being used to fight MRSA and other deadly bacteria found in schools, training facilities and even mass transit.
Fresh Gear is used by NHL, NCAA, OHL and Canadian National Teams, as well as firefighters, police, corrections, coast guard and military to kill MRSA and other deadly bacteria before leads to an infection.
Basketballs, volleyballs can be magnets for bacteria, study finds
In order to enable the sanitizing of hard surface items like balls, toys and gym equipment, each RSS and Cyclone have steel shelves included with each purchase. For Storm customers, they will be a $300 option. The shelves are quickly and easily removable to enable the perforated piping to be re-installed for protective sports gear and other garments.
by James Antinozzi
James Antinozzi has been in the ozone sanitizing business since 2005, when Ozone Nation Inc. was founded and launched it's flagship product, Fresh Gear.