Tulsa County CARES fund provides hypochlorous acid sprayers for Tulsa County facilities

The Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency (TAEMA) recently used Tulsa County CARES funds to purchase hypochlorous acid sprayers for Tulsa County facilities.

Hypochlorous acid (HOCL) is a water-based sanitizing product. It does not irritate eyes, skin or the human respiratory system, but it does kill germs, making it ideal for cleaning the workplace. Joseph Kralicek, TAEMA’s Executive Director, says the sprayers are one more way to protect citizens from COVID-19 in the Courthouse and other Tulsa County facilities.

“Ultimately, Tulsa County will have one of these machines for each department at each county facility to promote the safety of our employees and any visitors to our buildings,” Kralicek said.

TAEMA has already distributed several hypochlorous acid sprayers for disinfection of county facilities.