As early as 1911, Max Rubner defined hygiene as “the conscious avoidance of all dangers threatening health and the exercise of health-enhancing actions” (Helmut Siefert: Hygiene, In: Encyclopaedia of Medical History, 2005, p. 647). Thus, prevention and control of contagious diseases and the spread of bacteria is a central mission in the field of hygiene. Due to the continuous increase of multidrug-resistant germs we are nevertheless currently lacking methods and active ingredients against bacteria. Therefore, hygiene remains a hot topic. terraplasma has identified this need and offers solutions for solving this problem using cold atmospheric plasma.