The project's goal is to provide Covid-19 crisis response financing for sustaining andpromoting Copptech's expansion to improve households and business resilience against Covid-19. Copptech develops and manufactures chemicals based on zinc and copper that neutralize the effect of the Cov-SARS-2 virus in different types of surfaces, such as wood polymers and metals. Its requesting a loan from LIFESS to comply with a drastic increase in demand for its products.
According to the project documents, the project cost is $1 USD.
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