Surgically Clean Air Feels Right at Home Making the Air Healthier for those that are Homeless
In the spring of 2008, a group of service providers and faith-based organizations coordinated their efforts to end homelessness in Concord, USA. Concord Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH) offers resources that help people struggling with homelessness meet their basic needs and provide permanent housing opportunities to some of their community’s most vulnerable citizens.
Indoor environments in which people live and work in proximity are the perfect place for person-to-person illness spread, especially when there are people at risk, like homeless people there. CCEH needs a solution to clean the air of deadly germs and viruses to protect their occupants when they come in from the cold to survive in the Bunk House.
In 2020, CCEH initially ordered 10 Surgically Clean Air Jades for use in the Homelessness Centre to protect their staff and visitors.
Given how pleased CCEH was with their initial order and the Confidence that it gave the staff and visitors, CCEH placed an additional order for 14 more Surgically Clean Air Jades.
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