Contract Amount
$33,750
Project Type
Disinfection
Project Owner
Wayne Community School District
Fixtures Replaced
15 Portable UVC Disinfection Carts

Wayne Community School District Corydon, Iowa

Case Study
District Deploys UVC Carts To Fight COVID19

Challenge

Like everywhere across the country, the Wayne Community School District was looking for a way to make their buildings and classrooms as safe as they could possibly be for both students and teachers.

They needed a solution that was shown to eliminate SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. And they needed to be able to order and receive units right away. Ideally, they were looking to purchase material through a cooperative purchasing contract to save time and speed the process.

Solution

UVC disinfection has been in use in medical facilities since the 1930s. It has been acknowledged as deactivating the SARS-CoV- 2 virus that causes COVID-19 by both the scientific and medical communities. The schools decided that purchasing portable carts would be the most cost-effective method allowing them to stretch the budget across many schools and classrooms. The portable units have a 3-year warranty, and even have a wifi bridge to track usage.

Result

Mike Still, Superintendent of the district noted "The portable carts are doing a good job disinfecting the classrooms. We are also using them in the locker rooms during football season as well". The hope is that the additional disinfection provided by the UV carts, along with other measures being utilized by the school will keep both students and staff safe, and classes in session

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