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How To Reduce Plastic Waste With Eco-Friendly Sanitizers

October 7, 2022by Global Ozone
You’ve probably heard about the massive island of plastic waste that’s floating in the Pacific Ocean (affectionately known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch), but you may not know that there are strategies each individual person can use to reduce their reliance on plastic. you may not know that there are strategies each individual person...

How Athletic Trainers Can Advocate for Athletes’ Safety

July 7, 2022by Global Ozone
As an athletic trainer, you’ve dedicated your career to keeping athletes safe and healthy. From treating injuries and administering first aid to rehabilitating injured athletes, you do everything in your power to keep the players at the top of their game. But there might be one blind spot in your training protocol – infection prevention....

Eco-Friendly Ozone is Safe for Your Team & the Environment

June 15, 2022by Global Ozone
We all want to do our part to protect the environment, and you can make small but meaningful choices every day to do so. While it’s important to thoroughly sanitize athletic equipment and tactical gear, harsh chemical treatments can create more pollution and toxicity in the process. But you don’t have to give up your...

How a K9 Team Solved Its Sanitation Crisis

May 4, 2022by Global Ozone
Barton Gonzales, an active duty Air Force member, worked for over six years with military working dogs. Without a simple way to keep gear and equipment sanitized that didn’t break down the material, his team often used less-than-sanitary decoy suits and sleeves for training their dogs. After seeing a Decon Zone sanitizing system at a...

Protect First Responders From Their Own Gear

February 23, 2022by Global Ozone
First responders, firefighters, medics, and police officers come into frequent close contact with the public, which leaves them vulnerable to dangerous infections. But even when they’re hanging out at the station before a shift, first responders are frequently exposed to viruses, bacteria, and mold that can cause serious illnesses. Why are first responders more susceptible...