Computer screen cleaner and other tech companies have begun asking players in the NFL to clean their computers using a new type of disinfectant, according to a source familiar with the matter.
According to the source, the company, who requested anonymity because they are not authorized to speak publicly about the matter, started to ask players to clean computers in late October.
The source said that the new technology would use the chemicals used in the disinfectant.
The source said the disinfectants, called biodegradable detergents, are designed to help reduce water pollution in indoor and outdoor environments.
The company has asked NFL players to take the chemicals to a facility that is certified by the National Institutes of Health.
In addition to the water-disinfectant technology, the source said, the technology would also use biodegradeable detergent and biodegasms to make the machines safer.
The company is not the only tech company seeking to find ways to combat water pollution and prevent water damage.
In March, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google and others announced that they were all working to find solutions to the problem.
But these companies are not alone.
The Associated Press reported in October that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that a record 4.3 billion people in the United States live in areas with high levels of exposure to waterborne diseases.
The AP’s investigation found that water-related deaths were the leading cause of death for the U