Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Provides Decontaminating System to Titusville Fire Department

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Grant awarded was more than $16,000

Titusville Fire Department is excited to announce the awarding of the AeroClave RDS 3110 Decontaminating System, which was made possible through the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation grant program. (Titusville Fire Department image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville Fire Department is excited to announce the awarding of the AeroClave RDS 3110 Decontaminating System, which was made possible through the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation grant program.

‘While more than $51 million has been given and 4,702 grants fulfilled since 2005, we are the first department awarded this type of equipment in the history of the Foundation’ said Titusville Fire Department,” said Titusville Fire officials.

The AeroClave process provides consistent, reliable delivery of the right amount of disinfectant, decontaminating to OSHA and NFPA specifications every time.

The AeroClave process provides consistent, reliable delivery of the right amount of disinfectant, decontaminating to OSHA and NFPA specifications every time. (Titusville Fire Department image)

Ultimately, this reduces staff and patient exposure to dangerous pathogens and improves unit turn-around time.

“We are extremely grateful to the Foundation, Britt and Jeff Diaz, our local Firehouse Subs Titus Landing franchisees, but importantly our friends, and to the public who provide the funding through eating at Firehouse Subs,” said Titusville Fire officials.

“Many wonder if the money stays local when you ’round up,’ this is proof positive that it does. While the grant awarded was more than $16,000, having the ability, given our current environment, to decontaminate rooms, equipment and apparatus are priceless.”

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