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5 Reasons Why UVC Technology is the Superior Way to Disinfect

UVC technology has so much going for it. There is no doubt that this technology will be widely used in the future. Why is this the case? Why is it that UVC technology is poised to become a ubiquitous cleaning technology that we see everywhere and in a wide range of applications? Let’s take a...

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Birth of UVC Services

UVC Services was born from extensive research seeking solutions for disinfection technology for artificial turf. Conversations with the team at Sports Turf NW, a reseller of GreensGroomer Worldwide equipment including the miniZapr, led to the realization that a safe, non-chemical solution was available. The minZapr uses UVC technology to destroy harmful bacteria. UVC Services was created to...

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MRSA Breaks Free From Hospitals: Find it in Your Community

On December 16, 2013, USA Today published this video and article outlining the obvious rise in community-acquired MRSA. As you can tell from the video, MRSA is dangerous, and if not treated right away, can be fatal. It is especially fatal to those with weakened immune systems like the elderly and children. The focus of...

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Clostridium difficile

C. difficile is a pathogenic bacteria of the gut that can cause severe bloating, abdominal pain and diarrhea and C. difficile infections usually occur in situations where there is an over-use of antibiotics.  Using antibiotics too frequently and inappropriately destroys our normal, harmless gut bacteria and allows room for harmful bacteria to grow.  In this case, over-use of...

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Staphylococcus

Staphylococcus (Staph) species are a type of soil microorganism that normally colonizes human and animal skin and mucous membranes.  There are at least 40 species of Staph, some of which can cause human disease.  S. aureusis the most common cause of hospital-acquired infections and there are antibiotic-resistant strains of Staphyloccocus in many hospitals and health care facilities worldwide.  Skin infections...

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Health Care Demand Brings UVC Services to Arizona

Health care is a growing business, and the market continues to expand as people live longer.  Problems like MRSA, Staph, and Influenza are becoming harder to control as a larger group of people grow older. The need for UVC equipment is growing, and we can no longer put aside the thousands of health care facilities...

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ESPN Outside the Lines Has it Right: MRSA the Invisible Threat

We recently came across a video from the ESPN show Outside the Lines and thought sharing it may shed more light on MRSA and how it affects athletes. In recent news, two players from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers developed MRSA, and it has become a hot topic in athletics once again. MRSA is a very...

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From the Center for Disease Control: Latest Findings on MRSA

The latest findings from the CDC (Center for Disease Control) adds a new twist into fight against MRSA. While findings indicate a drop in most rates of MRSA infections, community-contracted MRSA infections show virtually no decline over the last six years. The Brief on MRSA MRSA otherwise known as Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a bacteria that is resistant...

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