With health workers nationwide running low on masks and other protective gear, a growing list of companies are successfully sourcing such equipment and donating them to those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
ENVEA, leading provider of monitoring solutions for air pollution, industrial emissions, process optimization and related services, is donating respirator masks to local emergency medical services and hospitals in Yvelines (Paris area) to support the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
This morning, ENVEA executive management announced that the company headquarters, which are based in Poissy, have donated 2,000 respirator masks to Poissy-Saint-Germain-en-Laye inter-municipal hospital (Paris area). Christophe Chevillion, CEO of ENVEA said the company obtained the masks (not without difficulty) specifically to donate them, “to protect those on the front lines over the course of this epidemic. We are grateful to be able to help the medical system in our region. This is about people helping people. A story of hope and caring.”
ENVEA serves several industries defined as critical infrastructure (waste incinerators, power generation plants, chemical and petrochemical, food and pharma, etc.) and remains operational in France and abroad, in accordance to state orders. As our people and their safety is a core value at ENVEA, the necessary number of masks has also been made available for the use of our service and support engineers serving these industries and the staff that continues to manufacture our measurement technology.