GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY Expands Use of the CURIS System to Combat COVID-19
WASHINGTON – Georgetown University is expanding its use of the CURIS System, awarding SportsClean Solutions a supply contract for additional devices to support both the University and Athletics Department’s disinfection efforts.
Recent outbreaks of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19), Norovirus, MRSA, and other communicable diseases across the U.S. have heightened the need for an effective, but safe, easy-to-use disinfectant solution that takes the guesswork out of disinfecting athletics and recreation facilities. A medical-grade disinfectant trusted by over 35 hospital systems and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the CURIS System distributed by SportsClean Solutions is a whole-space disinfectant that goes beyond cleaning with a 6-log (99.9999%) reduction of pathogens,* scientifically designed to destroy even the highest level of germs* in complex athletics facilities.
“With a safety-first priority, Georgetown has taken a leadership role in ensuring the health and safety of their student athletes, coaches, and staff by using the CURIS System devices across a variety of athletic and recreational facilities,” says Todd Ciuba, Co-founder at SportsClean Solutions.
“We went through an exhaustive search of disinfection options focusing on the solutions that were proven, safe, and versatile for higher education facilities and vehicles.” Says Lee Reed, Francis X. Rienzo Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Georgetown University. “The CURIS System, distributed by SportsClean Solutions is medical-grade, user-friendly, and broad-reaching, allowing us to better service our student-athletes and staff and better supplement our sanitization protocols ultimately saving us time and money while delivering on our promise of safety first.”
*EPA Registered to kill C. diff in a tri-part soil load