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Cafe Lola has a New Glow

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Café Lola in the Lafayette Oil Center has been serving customers lunch for many years. These customers range from hospital workers, friends, the family of people in the hospital, employees of local businesses in and around the area, and more. Owner Kevin Landry knows how important it is to provide fresh healthy, options to his customers quickly. Keeping with the style of food Kevin serves he also knows it is important to provide a safe and healthy environment for people to dine. In a survey done by MDRG, 64% of people are more willing to dine in a facility that has invested in disinfection technology.

So, the next time you are visiting Café Lola for lunch, look up while at the order/checkout area for a blue glowing tile unit called ‘CASPR’. CASPR is a technology that is continuously disinfecting both the air and surfaces, providing employees and customers with a safe and healthy environment to dine in. This technology was developed and started in healthcare and is now available for any indoor environment to provide the same protection.

CASPR stands for Continuous Air and Surface Pathogen Reduction. It is an innovative “no-touch” disinfection technology that utilizes a Natural Catalytic Converter (NCC) to create Hydrogen Peroxide out of your ambient air. CASPR is 99.96% effective against viruses, bacteria, mold, and fungi and even reduces odors and VOCs. By filling up space with oxidized air and blanketing all surfaces, “CASPR provides the added protection and peace of mind customers are looking for.

The technology is running 24/7 without an operator or chemicals. It is safe for occupied spaces and food preparation stations. It is noise-free, creates no residue, and does not produce any ozone.

To learn more about CASPR, visit www.nds-360.com