Berwyn, PA, March 30, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- As the Ebola virus ravages Western Africa, an American company is laying its reputation and the lives of its CEO and chief chemist on the line in an effort to control and eradicate the spread of this deadly Ebola virus.
Pangaea Antimicrobials LLC, a Berwyn, PA based company has donated 40 thousand pounds of its products fueled by its proprietary ingredient "HygieneMax"™ to the Government of Liberia and is field testing it in conjunction with the United Nations and the Liberian Ministries of Health at Monrovia’s Redemption Hospital, the ground zero of this battle.
“There is a war being waged right now in Liberia, make no mistake about it,” said Harold D. Grant, CEO of Pangaea who along with the company’s head chemist is personally taking charge of the delivery and testing of the company’s products in Liberia.
“Our sole mission is to develop and bring to market the safest, most advanced organic antibacterial and anti-viral products in the world and we are taking aim at the most insidious virus known to mankind. The weapon is a unique additive called 'HygieneMax'™ that is in all our alcohol and bleach free products. With the cooperation of the UN and the Ministries of Health in Liberia we will be using our products to sanitize active Ebola treatment areas in Redemption Hospital. The risks are great but I believe in the efficacy of our products.”
Pangaea Antimicrobial’s product line is a full range of antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal products that include floor cleaners, carpet shampoos, bathroom cleaning products, multi surface cleaners (food safe), fabric sanitizers, and heavy duty laundry detergents all with the power of "HygieneMax"™.
“The Ministry of Health and the people of Liberia want to thank Pangaea Antimicrobials, LLC and its leadership for providing and shipping needed healthcare supplies to Liberia which will benefit Liberians, particularly the Redemption Hospital, other healthcare providers and schools in the borough of New Kru Town, Bushrod Island, Monrovia, Liberia. Pangaea Antimicrobials’ kind donation of a forty-foot container will help Liberia rebuild its weakened systems caused by the devastation of the Ebola virus outbreak. I stand ready to work with Pangaea in achieving the outcomes of their planned visit to Liberia,” said Matthew T.K. Flomo, Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Health & Social Welfare, Liberia.
Mr. Grant and his chief chemist will be training the staff of Redemption Hospital in the use of the products and testing the results. They leave March 30.
The Pangaea Antimicrobials web site can be viewed at http://www.hygienemax.com and Twitter is #hygienemax.
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