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EPA orders Philadelphia company to stop making inaccurate health claims about pesticide

03/31/2021 Contact Information:  EPA Region 3 Press Office

PHILADELPHIA (March 31, 2021) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ordered ViaClean Technologies, operating in Philadelphia, to stop marketing the pesticide BioProtect RTU with claims that it is effective against surfaces from public health related pathogens such as the coronavirus.

Although the product is registered to inhibit the growth of “non-public health” microorganisms, it is not registered to address “public health” pathogens. EPA is concerned that customers may have used this product as protection from a virus – such as the coronavirus — in lieu of other EPA-approved disinfection methods.

“Improperly marketed pesticides, especially during a pandemic, may cause injury to consumers,” said Acting EPA Mid-Atlantic Region Administrator Diana Esher. “EPA remains vigilant and will continue to protect the health and safety of Americans from products that have false or misleading public health claims.”

ViaClean provided two BioProtect RTU fact sheets containing public health claims to at least one customer, including the statement that the pesticide can be used to kill “germs.”

Some online distributors, cleaning services, and end-recipients of BioProtect RTU were also making unsubstantiated claims that this product is effective against pathogens, germs, disease-causing bacteria, viruses, and/or the novel coronavirus for up to 90 days.

EPA issued a Stop Sale, Use or Removal Order to prevent BioProtectRTU from continuing to sell this product with public health claims that have not been substantiated through the pesticide registration process.

Under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), products that claim to kill or repel bacteria or germs, including disinfectants, are considered pesticides and must be registered with the EPA. Public health claims can only be made regarding products that have been properly tested and are registered with the EPA.

EPA has released an expanded list of EPA-registered disinfectant products that have qualified for use against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. List-N contains over 460 additional products—including products that went through the expedited review process for emerging viral pathogens.

To view the most up-to-date list of EPA-registered disinfectant products, visit https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n-disinfectants-use-against-sars-cov-2

For more information on EPA resources on the coronavirus disease (COVID-19): https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus

For more information on pesticides, please visit: http://www.epa.gov/pesticides   

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DISCLAIMER:

ESG Safe staff searched the internet to learn more about the referenced products. Since the specific literature in question is unknown, it’s hard to discern whether any literature on the web now is related to the stop order. The image shown contains content that was publicly obtained from an internet reseller. It has the word germs but there’s now way to know if it contributed to the violation. Note, disinfectants are regulated by the EPA under the category pesticides as there is no specific category for disinfectants.

Products distributed by ESG Safe always meet government requirements and are verifiable on various agency web sites.

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Increase yacht resale value by eliminating odors

When stepping inside a used yacht, one of the first senses we notice is smell. Is it good or bad? It’s often a major part of a decision to purchase and at what price. You’ll increase yacht resale prices by eliminating odors. Our biocide neutralizes odors, plus sanitizes air, surfaces and water, making it a strong value multi-purpose product that takes up little space on a yacht for storage.

Masking odors doesn’t work. People are smart enough to know that something is being covered up. Is there a musty or mold smell? Or does it smell like disinfectant and an air freshener trying to create a better odor? Our biocide can be used to kill mold, mildew, fungicide, slimicide and everything else, plus is carpet safe to kill pet odors. Eliminate the cause of the odor problem and neutralize odors in one product. Mop, fog, spray, or add to pools, water, and bilge.

Example uses from one product:

  1. Fog interior air and surfaces for turnover of staff and guests to protect against Covid-19 and other viruses.
  2. Spray exterior surfaces to disinfect and kill mold.
  3. Refresh, deodorize and sanitize HVAC ducts and systems.
  4. Mop floors and decks, sanitizing everything.
  5. Manual spray tight surface areas such as handles.
  6. Clean pots, pans, ventilation hoods to remove grime.
  7. Rinse vegetables to remove bacteria and extend shelf life.
  8. Eliminate chlorine and other undesirable chemicals in hot tub that can discolor chemically treated hair; clean pipes to extend life and reduce maintenance.
  9. Continually refresh air conditioning systems 24/7.
  10. Disinfect, clean, deodorize carpets, beds, chairs.
  11. Disinfect, clean, deodorize laundry room and washer, leaving inner and outer drum fresh.
  12. Kill odor causing bacteria in trash bags.
  13. Wastewater treatment and pipe cleaning.

TIP: All disinfectants require a ‘set time’ for sanitizing to work. For example, a product that has Covid kill time of 5 minutes must sit on the surface for 5 minutes before wiping.

About ESG Safe: ESG Safe offers businesses sanitizing, environmental improvement and PPE solutions compatible with corporate environmental social governance goals, while improving public safety and our planet. ESG Safe’s lead disinfectant has a Covid kill rate of 60 seconds and is safe for all commercial and residential needs. All products carry the certifications and compliance requirements you need, from FDA Organic to EPA registered. ESG Safe is a Women Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise.

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Are disinfectants safe? Are regulations adequate?

The Sars Cov2 Coronavirus pandemic has catapulted massive growth in disinfectant and sanitizing products. But are they healthy for humans? A brief look at regulations will shake your confidence.

Are current disinfectants safe? Some are, some might not be. Especially worrisome is the sheer amount of growing chemical exposure through compounding of numerous touch points via air, food, and surfaces. A recent study revealed the chemical load is even heavier in household dust, which we breath, since Covid. Disinfectants are largely regulated by the EPA, but:

  • There is no specific EPA “disinfectant” category for regulation.
  • The Toxic Substances Control (TSCA) Act of 1976 provides EPA with authority to require reporting, record-keeping and testing requirements, and restrictions relating to chemical substances and/or mixtures. When the TSCA was enacted, it grandfathered in thousands of unevaluated chemicals that were in commerce at the time.
  • Disinfectants are regulated under pesticides. Think about the implications of that. We’re putting pesticides on everything due to new Covid related cleaning standards.
  • Pesticides were excluded from TSCA.

The Chemical Safety Act of the 21st Century, signed with bipartisan support during the Obama administration, addresses shortcomings in older regulation and oversight, but the government works slowing and lobbyists are sure to win delays.The Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT) manages programs under the TSCA and the Pollution Prevention Act (PPA). Under these laws, the EPA evaluates new and existing chemicals and their risks, and finds ways to prevent or reduce pollution before it gets into the environment.

The EPA Safer Choice program is supposed to help consumers and businesses choose safer products for their family, pets, and environment, without sacrificing quality. Every ingredient must meet their safety criteria for both human health and the environment, including carcinogenicity, reproductive/developmental toxicity, toxicity to aquatic life, and persistence in the environment. More than 2,000 products currently qualify. Additionally, many government entities require use of Safer Choice products. There’s a huge incentive for manufacturers to get their products on the list.

CASE 1: Have you tried a single prepackaged wipe on an airplane? When I opened mine, I immediately winced from the odor and held my breath to avoid inhaling further. Ethyl alcohol, or more specifically Alcohols, C12-18, ethers with polyethylene glycol mono-Bu ether, is the primary ingredient in popular hand sanitizers on the EPA Safer Choice list. In short, these are on the list because they’re OK if they can degrade within 10-28 days, depending on the rate of biodegradation. All said and done, these products may be safer than some other alternatives, but how safe they are for us or the environment in the concentrations that are occurring today is another question.

CASE 2: I randomly picked an all purpose cleaner from the EPA Safer Choice list to see what ingredients were in it and how safe they are. The two active ingredients in my selection were Ethoxylated Nonylphenol (NP/NPEs) and Tetrasodium Ethylene Diamine Tetraacetate. We all know that when words start to look like that, it’s probably not good for us.

  • The EPA is proposing a Significant New Use Rule (since 2014), also known as a SNUR, under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). The rule would require manufacturers to provide at least 90 days notice to EPA before commencing or resuming any significant new use of the 15 NP/NPEs that are no longer used in commerce.
  • Per the EPA web site here, consumers can avoid products with NP/NPEs by looking for products with EPA’s Safer Choice Label on the shelves of major retailers. Will general purpose cleaners using NP/NPEs get the boot from the EPA’s Safer Choice list ? If so, when?
  • The EPA has been talking about banning NP/NPEs for over a decade. The EU has almost eliminated them.

About half of the EPA List N: Disinfectants for Coronavirus (COVID-19) covid killing disinfectants list quaternary ammonium as the active ingredient. Quaternary ammonium, or Quats for short, have been in use for over 70 years. Because quats were on the market when the 1976 TSCA was passed, they were allowed to stay on the market without being evaluated for safety. Many in the chemical community are questioning their safety, especially given the rise in use since the Covid pandemic begin.

Disclaimer: The author is not a chemist. Due to the complicated subject matter, readers may want to further educate themselves about chemicals in disinfectants using a variety of government and non-government sources.

Resources:

About ESG Safe: ESG Safe offers businesses sanitizing, environmental improvement and PPE solutions compatible with corporate environmental social governance goals, while improving public safety and our planet. ESG Safe’s lead disinfectant has a Covid kill rate of 60 seconds and is safe for all commercial and residential needs. ESG Safe is a Women Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise.

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Looking for a cheaper wholesale Covid Disinfectant than Clorox, Bioesque and others?

Wholesale disinfectants are usually not cheap because they are mostly sold in single use, ready to use (RTU) containers. RTU’s are expensive to ship even if you’re getting them at cost. Water and fossil fuels to make the containers, and fuel to ship them all adds up. Not to mention with skyrocketing cleaning needs, they’re landfills at an unsustainable pace.

There is another solution we think is better for the planet and better for humans, sustainability, equipment maintenance, HVAC maintenance, , water supply, agriculture and food prep. Clorox ® , Renown ®, Bioesque ® (EPA List N Thymol ®), and other RTU’s all do what they are supposed to, mainly clean and disinfect. Ours has more uses, and uses less space. With all the certifications you expect from ESG Safe products and services. Stop filling landfills and contact us for more information.

About ESG Safe: ESG Safe offers cleaning, environmental improvement and PPE solutions compatible with environmental social governance goals, while improving public safety and our planet. ESG Safe’s lead disinfectant has a Covid kill rate of 60 seconds and is safe for all commercial and residential needs. ESG Safe is a Women Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise.

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Coronavirus disinfectant Ready to Use 1 gallon jugs- environmental disaster?

Plastic gallon liquid containers contribute to climate change by generating heat-trapping gases at every stage of their life cycle.

Plastics originate as fossil fuels and emit greenhouse gases from cradle to grave, according to a May 2019 report called “Plastic & Climate: The Hidden Costs of a Plastic Planet,” released by the Center for International Environmental Law, a nonprofit environmental law organization.
What goes into making a plastic jug?

Fossil fuels. Oil, gas, and coal are pulled from the earth through fracking. Then they transported to factories via pipelines, trains, and trucks using more fossil fuels. The Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) estimates 12.5 to 13.5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide are emitted every year while extracting and transporting natural gas to create raw materials for plastics in the United States.

What is an alternative Coronavirus killer with reduced environmental impact?

The best solution is a disinfectant that is manufactured with minimal environmental impact for both the product as well as packaging. First, that means a dilutable product. Based on my calculation, a little less than half of List N (232 of 521) products are dilutable. If you eliminate Quaternary ammonium (131), there’s about 101 left to compare. Second, a solid that’s dilutable is going to have significantly lower impact on packaging, shipping and climate. By my estimate, that’s less than 5 products, or less than 1% of approved products.

Reference:

Comparing ready to use one gallon jugs vs our most widely recommended dilutable disinfectant, our cost effective product disinfects, sterilizes, deodorizes, and purifies surfaces, water, and air while minimizing environmental impact. That’s not true of all products on the EPA List N, which the EPA expects to kill the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) when used according to the label directions.

About ESG Safe: ESG Safe offers cleaning, environmental improvement and PPE solutions compatible with environmental social governance goals, while improving public safety and our planet. ESG Safe’s lead disinfectant has a Covid kill rate of 60 seconds and is safe for all commercial and residential needs. ESG Safe is a Women Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise.

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Cleaning classrooms safely

Especially in elementary schools, teachers ask parents to bring supplies at the start of a semester. Wipes, kleenex and paper towels used to top the list when my kids were that age. But the wipes parents are donating can be all different brands and efficiency. If a wipe kills Covid in 4 to 10 minutes, is that good enough? I don’t think so.

We need to protect kids from the spread of colds, Covid and all viruses. The chemicals to do that need to be chosen carefully. Reducing chemical toxic exposure in classroom cleaning is proven to result in better test scores. Chronic exposures to common environmental factors in school buildings,
like indoor air pollution, mold, and pesticides impact performance and health. The U.S. EPA (2011) has estimated that more than 60,000 schools (i.e., 46% of U.S. public schools) have environmental conditions that contribute to poor Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ).

Regulations and common sense:

  1. Only custodians or other trained staff should use disinfectants.
  2. Disinfect only when necessary, such as when required by the health department, health code, or regulations.
  3. Avoid ingredients that are not safe for asthma, like bleach, ammonia, quaternary ammonium “quats” compounds (benzalkonium chlorides), and acetic acid (found in vinegar). Examples include Lysol® Disinfectant Spray, Multi-surface Cleaner, and wipes; Clorox Disinfecting Wipes and Clorox Total 360® Disinfecting Cleaner.
  4. Follow the label exactly for a disinfectant to work properly. Using a disinfectant for less time than specified on the label exposes school staff and students to chemicals in the product but may not disinfect the surface. By law, you must keep disinfectants out of students’ reach. Disinfectants should never be used by children or to clean skin, including hands.

ESG Safe recommended disinfectants are safer and more chemically efficient than most products on the EPA List N disinfectants for killing Covid. More than half of products on the EPA List N contain quats. We don’t sell any of them.

https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CCDPHP/DEODC/OHB/WRAPP/Pages/Disinfectants-Schools.aspx

https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/neuroscience/quaternary-ammonium-compounds

About ESG Safe: ESG Safe offers cleaning, environmental improvement and PPE solutions compatible with environmental social governance goals, while improving public safety and our planet. ESG Safe’s lead disinfectant has a Covid kill rate of 60 seconds and is safe for all commercial and residential needs. ESG Safe is a Women Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise.

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Covid spread among athletes

NCAA, NFL, NBA players all have continuing Covid positive tests despite all out efforts to stop the spread. Is it time to look at new suppliers for PPD and disinfectants? Questionable products have been procured by companies large and small, as needs sometimes outweigh supplies. Whether on the field, court, home, or just running errands, the Coronavirus Covid-19 seems unstoppable and one thing is certain- whatever precautionary measures are in place are not stopping the spread 100%.

ESG Safe does not claim to prevent any virus or bacteria 100%. We do however have products that may not be as widely known due to innovations in the last 5 years. About half of EPA list N covid killing disinfectants list Quaternary ammonium as the active ingredient. Quaternary ammonium, or Quats for short, have been in use for over 70 years, before 1976 legislation allowing regulation of potentially dangerous chemicals. Because quats were on the market when the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act was passed, they were allowed to stay on the market without being evaluated for safety. Many in the chemical community are questioning their safety, especially given the rise in use since the Covid pandemic begin.

Through education, we aim to help businesses more safely protect their employees, customers and the environment. For example, in speaking with a national commercial cleaning company recently, the main disinfectant they use for fogging is applied via an electrostatic sprayer. The fact is, with a more efficient disinfectant, it’s not necessary.

What’s a better way to reduce the spread of Coronavirus, MRSA and other bacteria, viruses etc while protecting the environment?

  • Replace or eliminate expensive electrostatic sprayers with low cost, variable micron sprayers.
  • Replace less efficient disinfectants, which may contain by products and chemicals that have never been tested for long term daily exposure, with stronger safer dilutable solutions.
  • Don’t buy pre-made 1 gallon bottles of chemicals. Think how much waste goes into making the bottles, which are typically not recycled due to their content, shipping the bottles, storage and more.
  • Ask an ESG Safe consultant for assistance in choosing the right products for your business.

If your school, stadium, medical office or business is getting fogged daily, do you know what chemicals are in that and what the repeated exposure of touching surfaces is? Of course not. But by studying chemicals in products, we can ascertain which are more likely to have adverse long term effects than others. For example, it’s known that janitors using cleaning agents that contain Quaternary ammonium, or “quats” for short, have a higher incidence of asthma.

https://www.ehn.org/quats-quagmire-common-disinfectants-cause-reproductive-problems-in-mice-study-says-2569921664.html

About ESG Safe: ESG Safe offers cleaning, environmental improvement and PPE solutions compatible with environmental social governance goals, while improving public safety and our planet. ESG Safe’s lead disinfectant has a Covid kill rate of 60 seconds and is safe for all commercial and residential needs. ESG Safe is a Women Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise.

VitalOxide Covid killer disinfectant review

VitalOxide is a ready to use product on the EPA List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). There are wide variations in Covid killing products and this product review highlights some items procurement and supply chain staff need to know to make purchasing decisions.

What is the efficacy of VitalOxide?

VitalOxide delivers ready to use (RTU) as a full-strength EPA hospital disinfectant for hard non-porous surfaces, with a Covid kill rate of 10 minutes. As with all EPA disinfectants to kill Covid-19, with the exception of laundry products, it’s approved for hard non-porous surfaces only. It kills bacteria in 60 seconds. Applications include spray, sponge, mop, or by immersion in solution. Allow surfaces to remain wet for 5 minutes or 10 minutes for virus inactivation (refer to the viruses table for contact times) 10 minutes for bacteria disinfection. No re-entry for minimum 20 minutes for fogging or misting. It can be diluted per instructions.

What are the primary ingredients of Vital Oxide?

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:
Chlorine Dioxide……………0.200%
Alkyl (60% C14, 30% C16, 5% C12, 5% C18) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride…………………………0.125%
Alkyl (68% C12, 32% C14) dimethyl ethylbenzyl ammonium chloride…………………………0.125%

Because it contains quaternary ammoniums (quats for short), their use on contact areas is of concern to some, especially because of the overall increased exposure from sanitizers, cleaning agents, shampoos and more during the current pandemic. Quats linger on surfaces long after being cleaned, and if people or pets react like mice (unknown), repeated contact may have potential for side effects. We just don’t know because few studies have been done.

On quaternary ammoniums, “I’m definitely very concerned,” says Libin Xu, a biochemist at the University of Washington. The public, he adds, may know that quats kill bacteria and viruses. But through his research, Xu has found that quats can also disrupt key cellular pathways.

What is the method of delivery of disinfectant? VitalOxide recommends an electrostatic sprayer for fogging or use manual hand spray. No personal protection equipment needed is needed to apply.

What does it clean?

According to the label, VitalOxide is a 7 in one solution EPA registered hospital disinfectant and is a 100% biodegradeable surficant. NSF-registered “no rinse on food-contact surfaces” sanitizer; Certified by the Carpet & Rug Institute for pet stains and odor; Effective disinfectant that kills 99.999% of bacteria and viruses, including H1N1; MRSA; Norovirus; HIV; Legionella; Pseudomonas aeruginosa; Hepatitis A, B, and C; Ebola virus; and others; kills molds.

Homes, vehicles, schools, daycare, gyms, locker rooms, sports gear, hospitals, nursing homes, laundry rooms, veterinary, ambulances,
laboratories, restaurants, boats, ships, federally inspected meat & poultry processing plants, farms, animal pens and poultry houses, egg processing premises, hatcheries, swine premise sanitation, refrigerated storage units, HVAC and AC systems, airplanes, trains, trucks, buses & automobiles. Use as a mold inhibitor on hard non-porous surfaces and soft surfaces, botanical facilities, commercial greenhouses customer/public areas, floral shops, garden centers, horticultural facilities, plant growing chambers, plant growing facilities, plant growing rooms, plant holding areas, greenhouse equipment, greenhouse films, plant display racks, plant grow shelves.

How much does it cost? MSRP $37.95 for one gallon.

Is it eco-friendly?

In my opinion RTU disinfectants are inherently environmentally unfriendly. They’re heavy, adding to shipping impact, the containers are made from fossil fuels, and if containers not recycled, it’s a lot of landfill space. The label says it contains no CFC’s, however, CFCs have been banned since 1996. Quats are an unknown risk to humans, pets and our food supply. The container can be recycled but it cannot be reused at the same dilution as when it was delivered.

ESG Safe Analysis :

Avoid using products with Quaternary ammonium as the primary active ingredient at home and work. We do not recommend any product, including Vital Oxide, that uses Quats.

Resources

https://www.womensvoices.org/2018/05/08/what-are-quats-and-why-are-they-on-our-list/

https://www.ehn.org/quats-quagmire-common-disinfectants-cause-reproductive-problems-in-mice-study-says-2569921664.html

https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/engineering/quaternary-ammonium-compound

https://vitaloxide.com/pages/vital-oxide-label

About ESG Safe: ESG Safe offers cleaning, environmental improvement and PPE solutions helping companies meet environmental social governance goals, while improving public safety and our planet. ESG Safe’s lead disinfectant has a Covid kill rate of 60 seconds and is safe for all commercial and residential needs. Expensive electrostatic sprayers are not needed due to product technology. Call now for in-stock products.

How safe is your Covid killing disinfectant?

Looking for the best and safest Coronavirus Covid-19 killing disinfectant? There are four hundred and sixty nine products on EPA List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), using thirty three different primary listed active ingredients. You have choices, but how do you pick which is best for your business? Consider the active ingredients, methods of application, application locations, price, risks, and environment.

Which of these key characteristics do you need?

  • Food contact surfaces, no wipe
  • Ready to use or dilutable
  • Kill rate 1 to 10 minutes
  • Dispense with manual hand spray, mop, fogger/mister, HVAC
  • Environmental impact
  • Wait time for return to environment (for example, if fogging)

Top EPA registered Covid killing disinfectant active ingredients:

  1. 46% use Quaternary ammonium
  2. 14% use hydrogen peroxide
  3. 14% use Sodium hypochlorite

How safe is Quaternary ammonium?

Quaternary ammonium are positively charged surface-active agents, independent of pH level, so they bind readily to the negatively charged surface of most microbes. QAC’s may be used on food-contact surfaces if the Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) lists and provides instruction. The chemical structure of ammonium is a nitrogen atom with four hydrogen atoms attached around it. Quaternary ammonium is created when each of those four hydrogen atoms are replaced with some combination of four other organic chains or rings. Because of the limitless number of possible combinations, there are many different versions of quaternary ammonium.

“I’m definitely very concerned,” says Libin Xu, a biochemist at the University of Washington. The public, he adds, may know that quats kill bacteria and viruses. But through his research, Xu has found that quats can also disrupt key cellular pathways.

The California Department of Public Health July 17, 2020 COVID-19 guidance for schools specifies avoiding disinfectant products that contain asthma-causing chemicals, including quats, which are lung irritants. Quats linger on surfaces long after cleaning, which means repeated exposure every time you touch that countertop, desk or doorknob.

ESG Safe Analysis on Quaternary ammonium:

Avoid using products with Quats as the primary active ingredient at home and work.

Resources:

https://cen.acs.org/safety/consumer-safety/know-enough-safety-quat-disinfectants/98/i30

What are “Quats” and why are they a problem?

This series will be continued.

ESG Safe curates B2B products and services to improve public safety. They are best in class, often innovative game changers, and are available for immediate delivery or have short lead times. For a disinfecting solution that kills coronavirus, bacteria, black mold and that’s safe enough to also create potable water, contact us.

Challenges with getting inventory and key products during Covid crisis?

ESG Safe is a women-owned company founded by three South Florida entrepreneurs with a mission to fast track getting new innovative products and services to the businesses and government agencies that need them. Covid has pushed the timeline, but our manufacturers were in business and most products were certified under FDA, EPA, USDA or other entities long before the current crisis.

We’re committed to helping your company meet internal ESG goals with select products and services that are immediately available or have short lead times on manufacturing.


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