WATCH: Transit Agencies, Brevard Leaders Invited to Attend Space Coast Area Transit Disinfectant Seminar

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DEMONSTRATION SET FOR August 13, REGISTER AT info@321Transit.com

WATCH: Transit agencies throughout Florida and Brevard County community leaders have been invited to Space Coast Area Transit on August 13 to learn about a highly effective disinfectant and cleaner they begin using inside their buses and buildings several weeks ago. To preregister, email info@321Transit.com

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Transit agencies throughout Florida and Brevard County community leaders have been invited to Space Coast Area Transit on August 13 to learn about a highly effective disinfectant and cleaner they begin using inside their buses and buildings several weeks ago.

The product, Gencie 200 GDC, kills bacteria such as MRSA, Salmonella, and E.coli; human viruses such as Hepatitis A, B & C, Influenza and Coronavirus; and fungi such as mold and algae.

Once properly applied through electrostatic spraying, the active ingredient forms a protective and invisible layer on the surface, becoming an integral part of the surface.

It is a one-step water-based, non-toxic, non-flammable, odorless disinfectant and micro-biostatic agent, non-harmful to people or the environment, and patented and registered with the EPA.

Community leaders interested in attending the August 13 event have a choice of sessions: 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon or 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The outdoor presentation and demonstration has been capped at 10 persons per session to ensure social distancing and masks are required.

To preregister, email info@321Transit.com

Transit agencies throughout Florida and Brevard County community leaders have been invited to Space Coast Area Transit on August 13 to learn about a highly effective disinfectant and cleaner they begin using inside their buses and buildings several weeks ago. To preregister, email info@321Transit.com

Transit Manager of Operations and Maintenance Lance Parker came across Gencie 200 GDC while performing extensive research to find a disinfectant and cleaner that would actually stop the transmission of bacteria and viruses from one person to another.

“This cleaner and disinfectant kills 99.9% of illness-causing germs and bacteria on contact making public transit safer for our employees and our passengers by stopping the transmission on bus seats, handles, doors and facilities,” said Parker.

Parker said it will take about 10-15 minutes to clean a transit bus with the product, and that the buses will be treated every 5 days – even though the product self-sanitizes for up to one month. Additionally, every Saturday night, both transit terminals will be cleaned with the same product.

According to Gencie, the science behind the cleaner and disinfectant is that it creates a thin layer of sub-micron nano-spikes that instantly pierce the membranes of bacteria, germs, viruses and algae.

The disinfectant kills cells mechanically not chemically and is environmentally friendly as no harmful chemicals are discharged. It does not discriminate against any bacteria, virus, or algae, making it impossible for the cells to become “superbugs” and resistant to the disinfectant.

“Although we continue to strongly request all bus riders continue to wear masks, use hand sanitizer, social distance when possible, and not ride the bus if they feel sick, we also want to do our part by ensuring that we do everything we can to stop the spread of a broad spectrum of bacteria, viruses and fungi,” said Parker.

“We are very excited about the benefits this product brings to both our riders and employees.”

To preregister, email info@321Transit.com

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