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Wagoner County using a Service Wing Anolyte Generator to keep public facilities sanitaized to ward off COVID-19

Wagoner County using a Service Wing Anolyte Generator to keep public facilities sanitaized to ward off COVID-19

Wagoner County Emergency Management Director, Heath Underwood, oversees the process of making 1,100 gallons of hypochlorous acid per day to keep public facilities sanitized to ward off COVID-19. Learn more about his role in protecting the community at https://tulsaworld.com/community/wagoner/news/help-under-pressure-underwood-applauded-for-his-leadership-in-emergencies/article_c8e2234a-3a3d-11eb-b42a-9fe4e999f785.html
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