|[December 03, 2012]
Use of TOMI SteraMist Technology for Hurricane Sandy Clean-up
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc. ("TOMI") (OTCBB:TOMZ), a global
bacteria decontamination and infectious disease control company,
announced that its SteraMist activated hydrogen peroxide technology has
been utilized in clean-up efforts in connection with Hurricane Sandy.
Within hours following Hurricane Sandy flooding communities across
several mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states, and with particularly
severe damage to the coastline of New Jersey and New York, Rolyn, a
nationwide property disaster recovery and restoration services company
and a TOMI alliance partner, deployed equipment, manpower and Emergency
Response Command Centers to various locations in New York, New Jersey,
and the Washington Metropolitan area.
Rolyn's indoor air remediation and sterilization services utilized
TOMI's SteraMist product in New York and New Jersey to decontaminate
black water situations as a result of the flooding. In addition, Rolyn
is also servicing other commercial, multi-family, healthcare, and
countless residential clients to help restore damage efficiently and
quickly. Rolyn relies on start-of-the-art technology to offer their
clients the best solutions available. SteraMist technology was developed
by L-3 Communications (News - Alert) (NYSE:LLL). When describing the SteraMist product,
the Rolyn website reports, "SteraMist deactivates organic compounds and
quickly and effectively kills viruses, bacteria, spores, mold, and fungi
in the air and on surfaces. This fas-acting biological disinfection
leaves no residue or noxious fumes and is environmentally friendly."
About TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc.
TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB:TOMZ) is a global bacteria
decontamination and infectious disease control company, providing green
energy-efficient environmental solutions for indoor surface
decontamination through sales and licensing of our premier platform of
Hydrogen Peroxide aerosols, Ultra-Violet Ozone Generators and
Ultra-Violet Germicidal Irradiation ("UVGI") products and technologies.
TOMI's products are designed to service a broad spectrum of commercial
structures including medical facilities, office buildings, hotel and
motel rooms, schools, restaurants, meat and produce processing
facilities, military barracks, and athletic facilities. TOMI's products
and services have also been used in single-family homes and multi-unit
TOMI also develops training programs and application protocols for its
clients and is a member in good standing with the Indoor Air Quality
Association, The International Ozone Association and The United States
Green Building Council.
For additional product information, visit TOMI's website at www.tomiesinc.com.
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