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Could disinfection pods be the new norm in commercial spaces?

Could disinfection pods be the new norm in commercial spaces?

Bee’ah can install pods at the entrances to buildings

Bee’ah disinfection pods spray a non-toxic product that can kill viruses and germs
Bee’ah disinfection pods spray a non-toxic product that can kill viruses and germs

When we step back into the world fully, it is going to look like a very different place.

New norms could include disinfection pods at the entrance to businesses and other facilities.

Middle East firm Bee’ah is championing its concept to safeguard public health during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The environmental, recycling and waste management company says the full body sanitiser pose no harm to human health as uses motion sensors to spray a fine mist of diluted disinfectant that will eradicate viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms under 20 seconds.

Thermal scanning system can also be installed at the entrance of disinfection pods, which are already being used at Bee’ah’s facilities, the entrances of the Sharjah Broadcasting Authority building and at royal palaces.

Khaled Al Huraimel, group CEO of Bee’ah, says: “Bee’ah is doing everything we can to prevent, limit and contain the spread of COVID-19. Through our new disinfection pods, we are going one step further by providing innovative solutions that protect the health and safety of our employees, and helping other businesses safeguard their own workforce.”

The company is also taking part in an emirate-wide disinfection drive in Sharjah, using 200 of Bee’ah’s vehicles.

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