Uses ultra violet processes and can be used in the home as well...BD
A new, completely natural treatment for the drug-resistant staphylococcus aureus infection (MRSA) has been developed specifically for schools and athletic facilities. Utilizing extremely high levels of activated oxygen, or natural ozone, the 20-hour process developed by CleanZone Systems is able to purify indoor structures with an efficacy rate of better than 99 percent. "The process uses no chemicals, leaves no residue and is highly effective," said Housh Khoshbin, CleanZone's chief executive officer. "Moreover, it seems to be one of the least expensive solutions available, with typical school treatments costing significantly less that the oft-quoted range of $1.75 per square foot."