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#2 Feb 9, 2010
#3 Feb 9, 2010
Don't give OSU any ideas.
#4 Feb 9, 2010
The irony of this is that the FDA just recently approved of a new metallic material known as MicroGuard Antimicrobial that is specifically intended to be used for situation such as this. The material is manufactured by PMX Industries of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Information can be found at http://www.ipmx.com/micro/micro.html .
Specifically, the EPA has approved MicroGuard building materials for over 100 touch surface applications including those listed below:
* Hospital bedrails and footboards
* Medical IV stands
* Grab bars
* Door knobs and handles
* Door push plates and kick plates
* Light switches and plates
* Sinks and faucets
* Countertops and tabletops
Instead of being stupid, The Q could contact manufacturers to find, or develop fountains that are a little safer then the ones that they removed.
#5 Feb 9, 2010
lions and tigers and swine flu, oh my!
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