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Home > Press > Green 3D Shield – Air & Surface Infection Control System for Offices, Hotels, Hospitals and Farms

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Green 3D Shield infection control system utilizes green technologies derived from naturally occurring substances that control indoor surface and air bio-contamination and help combat the spread of nosocomial infections in offices, hospitals and farms.

Green 3D Shield – Air & Surface Infection Control System for Offices, Hotels, Hospitals and Farms

Toronto, Canada | Posted on May 24th, 2012

Green Earth Nano Science, Inc. (GENS) is a Canadian Corporation, finalist in 2008 Green Log Award with Head Office located in Toronto Canada. Company specializes in developing and commercializing "green" sustainable technologies to protect businesses and homes against bio-contamination and spread of diseases.

Company markets its unique infection control protocols and natural bio degradable anti-microbial technologies to control spread of nosocomial infections under one umbrella - "Green 3D Shield". The system contains several components within, such as: self-cleaning, self-sanitizing nanocoatings, air purification nanocoatings (NOx, formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, ethylene gas, VOC's, purification), antimicrobial nanocoatings, 100% organic anti pathogenic solution that has really very broad applications as natural antiseptic. This particular product has a long shelf life, no offensive odor and is user friendly and environmentally safe. It can be used on kitchen counter tops, in bathrooms on tiles or other hard surfaces, and can be used to sanitize children's toys. It is highly effective when sprayed into shoes and sneakers to combat bacteria and fungi that can cause athlete's foot. It is very effective when sprayed on heating or air conditioning filter. It will kill airborne patho
gens circulating through HVAC system. It can be used as a personal antiseptic (great for military), ideal for field sanitization of equipment as well as small wounds. It has been used in helping pets stop skin infections, stop scratching, The Housekeeping Department in any hotel can benefit by utilizing it in cleaning rooms, kitchens, bathrooms. As a surface cleaner it is highly effective in combating Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Staphylococcus and Fecal coliforms.

In Offices hotels and commercial buildings Green 3D Shield can be used as part of every building's maintenance program. It should be routinely utilized to clean and sanitize HVAC systems and can be used on all exposed surfaces. HVAC Syndrome, a condition where the building HVAC system spreads deadly pathogens into the breathing environment, can be alleviated with regular treatment of the Company anti-pathogenic solution and the health and wellness of the occupants will benefit. Productivity will rise from less absenteeism.

Green 3D Shield at Schools: Student health and productivity is directly linked to the quality of the air they breathe in the classrooms and indoor environment. Green 3D Shield is used to reduce and/or eliminate harmful airborne pathogenic bioaerosols that can cause illness. The HVAC system(s) can be protected from harboring deadly fungi, bacteria, yeasts and viruses that can spread through the indoor breathing space.

Green 3D Shield in Medical facilities target prevalence of multi drug resistant infectious pathogens that poses a great risk to successfully accomplishing that task. Healthcare-Associated Infections directly affect patient care as well as profitability. These nosocomial infections include: MRSA, Surgical Site Infections (SSI), Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABS), Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia (VAP), Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI), Clostridium Difficile-Associated Disease (CDI) 16, H1N1 Mycobactrium tuberculosis.

Normal procedures such as hand washing, isolation and general sterilization procedures overlook the fundamental issue of airborne pathogenic bioaerosol contamination. Exogenous fungal, bacterial and viral mephitic organisms typically resist desiccation and become life threatening to the average patient. Immunocompromised patients are at even greater risk due to the infectivity of these pathogens. Mitigating danger through infection control is the facility highest responsibility.

Green 3D Shield can be used as a part of every airport maintenance program. Passengers can board an airliner anywhere in the world and in less than 24 hours be half way around the globe. They bring with them bacteria and viruses which they then spread through normal respiration to other passengers, workers and staff.

The industries that are benefiting from our Green 3D Shield infection control system include government & commercial buildings, poultry, pork & beef farmers, food processing facilities, health care facilities, businesses, offices and homes.

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Contacts:
Miroslaw Chrzaniecki

416-800-0969
181 University Ave, Suite 2200
Toronto, Ontario, M5H-3M7, Canada

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