How we're responding to COVID-19

TRAX is proud to be partnering on an exciting new project to help in our nation’s fight against COVID-19. We are operating Battelle CCDS™ units in Rio Rancho, NM, Robstown, TX and Topeka, KS The units can decontaminate thousands of N95 masks per day to protect first responders and medical personnel.

How it works

The decontamination process uses concentrated, vapor-phase hydrogen peroxide inside a specially outfitted steel storage container to decontaminate the N95 masks.The masks are exposed to a validated concentration level to kill biological contaminates, including SARS-CoV-2. The system can decontaminate the same mask up to 20 times without degrading the mask’s filtration performance. Click here to learn more about how the Critical Care Decontamination System process works.

TRAX partnership with Wounded Warrior Project®

TRAX partnered with Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) at the onset of our recruiting campaign to find skilled candidates to fill these critical positions. Through its career counseling program, WWP identified warriors who currently represent nearly half of the TRAX staff on this contract.

Join our team

See the locations below for the temporary positions we have open for this effort. As additional systems are deployed with a 24/7 operating schedule, there will be an immediate need for employees to operate these essential systems. Paid travel, accommodations, and training are included. Click the links below to apply!