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TOMI Extends Collaboration with SixLog Corporation, Receives Order for SteraMist Units

TOMI Environmental Solutions, Inc.  announces a collaboration with SixLog Corporation, a worldwide biological decontamination and sterilization services company using SteraMist™ Environment Units.

SixLog Corporation, a sterilization division of parent company Astro Pak Corporation, recently placed an order for 10 SteraMist™ Environment Units. SixLog is registered and licensed by the California EPA Department of Pesticide Regulation. SixLog and Astro Pak’s CFO, Ken Carroll, says, “Having researched potential technologies, we have extended our collaboration with TOMI’s novel SteraMist™ technology powered by Binary Ionization Technology® to be used by our service teams with our overall goal to help safeguard the environment in the life and health sciences companies that contract with SixLog.”

Dr. Halden Shane, TOMI’s CEO, notes, “This purchase order from a repeat customer is a great way to move into the new year and accelerate our expansion strategy so as to allow us to build more shareholder value.”

The TOMI™ technology is a decontamination system that applies cold plasma activation to a low percentage hydrogen peroxide-based aerosol, which then produces a Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) mist that deactivates organic compounds and quickly inactivates viruses and bacteria including bacterial spores (C. diff) as well as mold spores, other fungi and yeast, both in the air and on surfaces. SteraMist™ leaves no residue or noxious fumes, provides fast-acting, broad-spectrum decontamination and is environmentally friendly and is safe for delicate medical equipment and computers.

Source: TOMI™ Environmental Solutions, Inc.

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