• Utilize UV Light to Sanitize Spaces

     
    POSTED September 29, 2016
     

New technology is improving the way we clean and part of that is UV lighting. Whether you’re trying to clean a restaurant, retail store, hospital or home, UV light can be used to sanitize and disinfect any surface. Plus, it’s eco-friendly!

Since the early 1900s, healthcare and food manufacturers have used UV energy to clean equipment and surfaces; the Center for Disease Control has confirmed that UV-C light has a germicidal effect. Plus, FEMA recommends using UV light for counter-bioterrorism.

CureUV.com provides products that will help families and business alike maintain healthier environments.

Some of their products include, the GermAwayUV Sr UVC Surface Sterilizer Wand, a handheld UV-C wand that eliminates up to 99.9 percent of bacteria and germs. The GermAwayUV Table Top UVC Room Sterilizer which is a remote-controlled UV-C light, that cleans the air and surfaces – killing 99 percent of pathogens in 60 minutes or less. The GermAwayUV Xtreme 55 Watt Handheld UVC Surface Sterilizeris a handheld device best for businesses or buildings and provides control for maximum sterilization.

These products not only help make spaces healthier and safer, but they also make cleaning easier, faster and more cost-effective than ever before.

It’s that time of year when groups are readying plans for holiday events, and employers are looking at how to celebrate their teams. In the fall 2022 issue of Colorado Meetings + Events, we looked at the state of holiday gatherings and found that they indeed are on the rebound. Some gatherings are going big after two years of not getting together or generally scaling back, while others are opting for in-office parties, small dinners, or community service projects. 

 

Looking for something a little different to plug your group into and a venue they will be talking about long after a gathering concludes? Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the winter home and laboratory of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, might be the solution with its Sunsets and Sips and Wellness Series

 

Colorado has 58 mountain peaks exceeding 14,000 feet, known locally as “fourteeners” or “14ers.” This is more than any other state and includes the 14,115-foot Pikes Peak, where standing at the summit in 1893 inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write the poem “America” that today is known as the song “America the Beautiful.”