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Sanuvox Technologies of Montreal asks Quebec Ministry for permission to set up in schools

Waterloo Region Catholic School board recently placed an order for 1000 units

December 11, 2020  by CM Staff

President and CEO Jocelyn Dame and Sanuvox’s Vice President Engineering and Founder, Dr. Normand Brais P.Eng, M.Sc.A., Ph.D. (Doctor of Nuclear Engineering) review one of the company’s multiple products distributed worldwide.

MONTREAL — Sanuvox Technologies of Montreal urged on Dec. 11 that the various Quebec ministries allow the use of UV-C technologies in their fight against COVID-19.

Dr. Normand Brais, P.Eng, M.Sc.A., Ph.D. (Doctor of Nuclear Engineering), and Vice-President and Founder of SANUVOX Technologies, cited the particular problem of ventilation in schools and educational institutions, where germicidal UV air disinfection would be an effective and economical solution for the entire Quebec school network.

“Ultraviolet germicidal technology has already proven to be effective against a wide variety of pathogenic microorganisms such as C. Difficile, staphylococci, legionella, Koch’s bacillus responsible for turberculosis, and recently the famous coronavirus,” said Mr. Brais.

Sanuvox has had a presence in the public health market, in the treatment of drinking water in Quebec municipalities and in the food industry.

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Dr. Brais also pointed out that the Waterloo Region Catholic School Board, recently acquired 1000 units for disinfecting the classrooms in its system, in conjunction with its fight against COVID-19.