In 2007, many people were infected with the MRSA bacteria. To prevent more infections, the question arose how to prevent further spreading of the bacteria. The answer was clean air. Lia: “The MRSA bacteria spreads, among others, through airborne dust. Germs attach to this. By removing dust particles from the air, you also remove the germs. This creates a better environment for people and animals”.
Lia came into contact with a group of scientists who had developed a particle collector in their laboratory. With this particle collector, it was possible to remove fine particles from the air and transform them into coarse dust, eliminating the human health hazard. ENS has further developed this innovative technology, making it possible to apply it on a large scale.