Nitritex Donates Personal Protection Equipment in Response to Ebola Emergency Appeal

November 17, 2014
Pharmaceutical Technology Editors

In response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Nitritex has donated seven pallets of personal protection equipment (PPE), including disposable coveralls, aprons, and more than 200,000 gloves to protect the healthcare workers helping to save lives during this crisis.

In response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Nitritex has donated seven pallets of personal protection equipment (PPE), including disposable coveralls, aprons, and more than 200,000 gloves to protect the healthcare workers helping to save lives during this crisis. The donation follows the Ebola emergency appeal issued by Scotia Aid-Sierra Leone, a charity set up in 2010 to improve the lives of the people of Sierra Leone through educational and social programes.

Nitritex Ltd manufactures a range of cleanroom consumables, marketed under the BioClean brand. Products include gloves, goggles, masks, garments and accessories designed for critical environments where product and process protection is paramount.

Source: Nitritex Ltd

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