Indianapolis International Airport (IND) will install 50 Pluie diaper changing tables in the men’s, women’s, and family restrooms throughout the airport to increase cleanliness, comfort, and convenience for families and young travelers.
Pluie, which offers self-sanitizing diaper changing tables for public restrooms, uses a UV-C light system known to kill 99.9 percent of germs including influenza, E. coli, and coronavirus. The UV-C light system activates when the table is closed, sanitizing the changing surface in just 60 seconds after each use.
“Installing Pluie’s self-sanitizing changing tables throughout the Indianapolis International Airport demonstrates our commitment to the health, safety, and comfort of all of our travelers,” said Maria Wiley, ADA coordinator and senior. director of audit, risk management and procurement for the Indianapolis Airport Authority, operators of IND. “And it’s another example of our world-class customer service.”
Pluie changing tables are also at Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW), St. Louis Lambert International (STL), and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International (CVG) airports, as well as other major facilities in more than 20 states nationwide.