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Nature's Path Installs UV Light Sanitation Technology To Protect Three Factories

December 17, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Canadian organic breakfast and snack food company says it is the first food manufacturer to install a state-of-the art sanitization technology in its North American production facilities. Far-UVC 222nm light technology, developed by Healthe, Inc. (Melbourne, Fla.) will increase the protections for employees against the spread of harmful airborne pathogens in its Delta, British Columbia, plant as well as facilities in Blaine, Wash., and in Sussex, Wis. Healthe AIR combines the germicidal properties of ultraviolet light and carbon activated filtration to improve air quality in indoor spaces. A fan draws air through a HEPA/carbon filter and into a sanitization chamber where UVC LEDs target and inactivate remaining pathogens. 
"Nature's Path Becomes the First Food Manufacturing Company to Install Far-UVC Light Technology in its North American Facilities", GlobeNewswire, December 17, 2020, © GlobeNewswire, Inc.
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