The North Yorkshire Moors Railway has confirmed that it will use Zoono Fogging for the foreseeable future to keep their staff, volunteers and visitors safe.
Zoono will be used at their Tea Rooms, Gift Shops, Toilets, onboard trains, booking offices and other areas.
Zoono is an invisible layer of ‘fog’ that is more resistant than other disinfectants.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is using Zoono every 20 days.
A similar technique is being used nationwide on the mainline network, to keep visitors and staff safe from the coronavirus.
More information on Zoono can be found here.
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