Fluid dynamics analysis has demonstrated alarming results. Toilets produce aerosols during the flushing process, with 40-60% measured particles rising above the toilet bowel(>100cm) DURING the flushing cycle with continued airborne diffusion in the post flushing period (due to measures velocities of > 5 m/s)10. There is a growing body of literature on air and surface disinfection, with peer-reviewed data demonstrating the utilization of continuous UVC as an option for enhanced disinfection to reduce the risk of infection 1112.