Disinfection Technology donated to charities in West Sussex

The Protectfully team have been providing specialist safety equipment since 2012, as a division of Priavo Security. They specialise in security products, and in direct response to the pandemic, were supporting our clients in a safer return to business. Working closely with EMist Electrostatic Disinfection technology they provided the tools to ensure business hygiene is at optimum levels.

EMist Disinfection technology utilises electrostatic charge to spray disinfectant onto surfaces, reducing labour and costs, but ensuring an even coating of disinfectant on all surfaces. This can benefit many businesses but is particularly useful in areas or residences that have vulnerable people, as it minimises their exposure to viruses and harmful bacteria.

As part of our charity outreach projects, we decided to give back to our local community, providing several charities with the means to maintain their hygiene levels safely and efficiently. This ensured that those most vulnerable in our community remain in safe, clean and positive environments.

Chestnut Tree House

On the 5th of July 2022, they donated a new EMist EPIX360 Handheld TruElectrostatic Sprayer to the YMCA DownsLink Group in Hove.

The YMCA DownsLink Group is a charity that works to prevent youth homelessness across Sussex and Surrey. Every night, they provide accommodation to more than 750 young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Through their youth advice centres, community and school counselling services, family mediation and other youth focussed services, they also provide additional support to 10,000 children, young people and families each year.

“Thank you so much Protectfully for donating some brand new EMist machines to us! Thanks to these sprayers we can prevent the spread of germs and make sure our spaces are healthier for all our residents and staff”. Rachel Hawkins, Head of People at YMCA DownsLink Group Hove.

Find out more at: https://www.ymcadlg.org/

Chestnut Tree House

On 18th July 2022, they donated a new EMist® EX7000™ TruElectrostatic™ Disinfectant Sprayer to Chestnut Tree House to be used in their retail distribution centre. The Disinfection technology is used to spray donated furniture items ready for resale to raise much-needed funds for the charity.

Chestnut Tree House prove care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions in Sussex and South East Hampshire. Their goal is to provide the best quality of life for children, young people and their families, and to offer practical, social and spiritual support throughout each child’s life.

“Thank you so much for your kind donation of the E-Mist Sprayer, this will be of huge benefit to our furniture warehouse.” Hannah Seltzer, Partnerships Engagement Manager.

Find out more at: https://www.chestnut-tree-house.org.uk/

Turning Tides

On 22nd July 2022, we donated a new EMist® EX7000™ TruElectrostatic™ Disinfectant Sprayer to Turning Tides.
Turning Tides provide a warm, safe space to listen to anyone who comes to us for help. They provide real pathways out of homelessness and are committed to supporting people at every stage of their journey. The breadth of their services empowers people experiencing homelessness to become confident and find the strength and belief in themselves to create a brighter future.

“We have just officially launched the new mobile hub (bus) today and I’m pretty sure that the sprayer would be invaluable in cleaning the bus down at the end of the day making it a really quick operation. Also, future proofs the ability of the bus to keep going on outreach should another COVID variant appear or similar SARS type virus.” Niall Read, Head of Operations at Turning Tides Worthing

Find out more at: https://www.turning-tides.org.uk/

To view more of our charity work across Military, Conservation and local causes, please click here, or to visit our Protectfully site and learn more about our range of EMist disinfection technology, please click here.

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