PUTTING UVC INNOVATION TO WORK
Turning sustainable strategies
into healthy outcomes
Chances are, you’ve considered ways to elevate your building sustainability and energy efficiency. You’ve likely also investigated new approaches to meet higher indoor air quality and health standards, all while staying one step ahead of rising costs.
That’s a lot to think about, but rest assured—these priorities don’t have to compete with one another. Join R-Zero Co-founder Eli Harris alongside R-Zero product and solution experts on December 20th for an in-depth look at how R-Zero's intelligent UVC disinfection and sensor technology lowers costs, increases efficiency and sustainability, and ensures the confidence to carry on—safely.
Topics covered include:
- Why HVAC upgrades are not always the ideal option
- New innovations that help you achieve an 8x reduction in costs and a 15x increase in sustainability
- Actionable strategies to raise health standards while meeting goals
- The importance of neutralizing harmful organisms at the source
- The ease and efficacy of R-Zero
There will also be a live Q&A after the expert-led discussion. Save your spot now.
Co-Founder at R-Zero
Eli Harris is the co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of R-Zero, the first biosafety technology company dedicated to creating safer, healthier, and more productive shared indoor spaces.
Product Manager at R-Zero
Cody has been a product manager for a variety of development teams, focused on hardware innovations in various industries including tech and biosafety.
Director of Solutions Engineering at R-Zero
With years of experience as a mechanical engineer and business development consultant, former U.S. Army Captain Clayton Smith currently serves as R-Zero's Director of Solutions Engineering.
"We are setting a new standard for safer, healthier work environments. R-Zero's platform combines proven science with modern technology to deliver the most intelligent and effective protection in existence - employees can breathe easy knowing they're protected by R-Zero."
- Grant Morgan, Co-Founder, R-Zero"