Miramar Shopping Centre in Costa del Sol’s Fuengirola Will Use NASA Technology to Ensure Maximum Protection When Reopening

The Miramar shopping centre in Fuengirola, Malaga, has incorporated NASA technology within its security installations in order to guarantee maximum protection and a safe reopening for both its customers and staff.

THE chosen technology is called Photocatalytic Oxidation and is based on the basic principle of nature itself; photocatalysis. Miramar has explained that this system “allows you to breathe fresh and healthy air free of any viruses or bacteria.”

Therefore, both Miramar and Muelle Uno, two shopping centres managed by the Myramar Retail brand, have implemented a special plan to maximise both the safety and the hygiene of its customers and workers, so that they may feel “comfortable and safe during their stay.” This is a measure taken by the complex to reinforce its commitment towards the safety of its customers.

The commercial park decided upon this specific technology after months of deliberation and “analysing different technological alternatives to guarantee a healthy air” supply, they opted for Photocatalytic Oxidation as “it guarantees the quality of air and the destruction of viruses and bacteria, being not only harmless for humans but also beneficial, since it is based on the principle of decontamination.”

This is not the only important measure adopted by the shopping centre as they have also reinforced daily and constant cleaning to ensure the disinfection of the area, as well as changing the recirculation of the ventilation system to be 100 per cent outside via Air Treatment Units.

On the customer side of things, a series of rules have been established to guarantee maximum safety whilst shopping. One of the most important is the use of recommended routes within the centre to avoid crossings of people and to make sure that a minimum safety distance of two metres is withheld.

Furthermore, disinfectant gel dispensers have been installed at all entrances of the shopping centre as well as disinfectant shoe mats that will be used by customers.

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Laura Kemp

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