An arduous need exists to discover rapid solutions to avoid the accelerated spread of coronavirus especially through the indoor environments like offices, hospitals, and airports . One such measure could be to disinfect the air, especially in indoor environments . The goal of this work is to propose a novel design of a wet scrubber-reactor to deactivate airborne microbes using circular economy principles . Based on Fenton ’ s reaction mechanism, the system proposed here will deactivate airborne microbes (bioaerosols) such as SARS-CoV-2 . The proposed design relies on using a highly porous clay-glass open-cell structure as an easily reproducible and cheap material . The principle behind this technique is an in-situ decomposition of hydrogen peroxide into highly reactive oxygen species and free radicals . The high porosity of a tailored ceramic structure provides a high contact area between atomized oxygen, free radicals and supplied polluted air . The design is shown to comply with the needs of achieving sustainable development goals.