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Pullman Regional Hospital changes more than 1,100 touch points to Hussey Copper's MD-Cu29 antimicrobial copper to help protect against bacteria
Date:7/22/2014

PITTSBURGH, July 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hussey Copper, a leader in copper manufacturing and maker of MD-Cu29 antimicrobial copper announces Pullman Regional Hospital's conversion of more than 1,100 touch points to the first EPA-registered antimicrobial solid touch surface, at a nominal cost.  This reasonably priced surface kills greater than 99.9% of MRSA, E-coli and other bacteria within 2 hours of exposure1 and will aid the hospital in protecting against bacteria and infectious diseases in its facilities.

Pullman Regional Hospital, in Pullman, Wash., understands the bacteria-killing effects of antimicrobial copper and the benefits for its acute care.  Pullman's innovative initiatives are a living example of their commitment to health and tangible step toward its vision for a self-sustaining, self-determining inclusive model of healthcare.

MD-Cu29 antimicrobial copper delivers continuous and ongoing antibacterial action, remaining effective in killing greater than 99.9% of bacteria within 2 hours and continues to kill 99% of bacteria* even after repeated contaminations.

"Changing existing touch surfaces over to MD-Cu29 antimicrobial copper is not as expensive as you think. For less than $7,000, Pullman converted more than 1,100 touch surfaces to a material that is registered by the EPA to kill certain types of bacteria," said Joe Mallak, CEO of Hussey Copper. " Sustainable and attainable, how many products can you think of that are low in cost and kill bacteria like MRSA & E-coli and do so for the life of the product, even after repeated contaminations? "  

MD-Cu29 antimicrobial copper can be easily researched online at

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