SOURCE: GenEon Technologies, Inc

GenEon Technologies, Inc

October 10, 2013 16:54 ET

Harvey Mudd College Launches Major Sustainability Initiative -- Replaces Many Cleaning Chemicals With the InstaFlow From GenEon Technologies

Southern California's Leading Sustainable Higher Education Campus Has Dramatically Reduced Toxic Chemical Sanitizers and Cleaning Agents From Facilities, Housekeeping and Maintenance Departments and Were Able to Cut Their Overall Operational Costs While Doing So

CLAREMONT, CA--(Marketwired - October 10, 2013) - The educational sector is embracing green and sustainable initiatives, and the 1500 students attending Harvey Mudd College are benefiting from the leadership role the College is taking. By dramatically reducing the use of toxic sanitizers and cleaning agents from its housekeeping operations, Harvey Mudd College was able to increase student and faculty safety, lower their carbon footprint AND save tens of thousands of dollars by replacing their current methods with the InstaFlow -- a compact, intuitive device, providing highly-effective cleaning and sanitizing solutions -- without the harmful side effects.

Many traditional cleaning products are being replaced with GenEon Technologies Engineered Smart Water, which is created through a technology that converts natural minerals and water into a safe, non-toxic cleaner and sanitizer, proven to be 80 to 200 time more effective than chlorine bleach. This Smart Chlorine™ or HOCl solution is safe for use near people, plants and pets as it is non-toxic and already naturally produced in the white blood cell of mammals. In addition to this powerful yet safe Smart Chlorine Solution, the GenEon InstaFlow provides Harvey Mudd with a non-toxic Glass Cleaner and a Heavy-Duty Cleaner/Degreaser that look and perform like the traditional products, but clean surfaces and floors without the harmful side effects of the traditional chemicals.

Environmental consciousness is a key focus for Harvey Mudd College, as they are consistently striving to provide a truly sustainable and non-toxic environment for their students and staff. GenEon's Engineered Smart Water Technology presents the opportunity to simultaneously:

  • Positively impact the environment
  • Decrease chemical exposure to students and facility
  • AND save the College important dollars that can be better utilized for education

Contact Lino Galaviz, Custodial Facilities Maintenance Manager, Harvey Mudd College, or Jim Wallis, President, Pure Planet Water (909-621-8226; Lino_galaviz@hmc.edu) for more information regarding how this leading college in Southern California is implementing initiatives to truly make a positive impact.

What are GenEon's Engineered Smart Water™ Solutions?

GenEon's technology comes from the original premise of Electro-Chemical Activation, known as ECA. This proven technology was first created more than 100 years ago by British Scientist, Michael Faraday. Faraday, who was posthumously voted as one of Great Britain's greatest scientists was able to see that when water and salt are placed in a low voltage situation the water becomes wetter and more active, giving it properties and abilities beyond those of pure water.

GenEon took these basic principles and expanded upon them to make the solutions more familiar to the user. GenEon's patented technology transforms water into a Blue Glass and General Purpose Cleaner and a Gold-hued Heavy-Duty Cleaner/Degreaser. These formulas have been tested against leading traditional chemical products by the respected TURI Institute at the University of Lowell, Massachusetts and have been found to work as well as the toxic chemical formulas BUT without the toxins!

GenEon's Smart Chlorine sanitizer is made through a patent-pending process that allows GenEon to build safe alternatives to color stealing and corrosive bleach. The solution has been proven in an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) study conducted at the University of Indiana to be 80 to 200 times more effective than traditional bleach, but without the risk of harm to clothing, people, pets, plants and surfaces.

GenEon's sanitizing formula meets the US EPA's guidelines as on-site generator of sanitizing solutions. The US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) recognizes the formulas as safe for food and food contact areas; a claim traditional chemical solutions cannot make. 

Harvey Mudd College Overview

Harvey Mudd College is located in Claremont, California, 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, and is one of the country's top math, science and engineering undergraduate colleges. It is a liberal arts college of science, engineering and mathematics, and the college offers a Bachelor of Science degree in math, science and engineering majors. The school is part of the Claremont Colleges consortium, which includes Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Pomona College, Pitzer College, Claremont Graduate University and Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences.

GenEon Technologies is a privately-held, Minority-Owned U.S. Technology Corporation based in San Antonio, Texas. The company is committed to engineering water for more sustainable living. A multinational corporation that operates with a focus on diversity, as well as renewable environmental management systems, GenEon and its patented technology provides an alternative to cleaning the places people live, work, and play every day, without the use of traditional, toxic, cleaning chemicals. Addressing the ever-growing need for sustainable cleaning, GenEon's super oxidized water technology solutions are ideal for restaurants, hotels, hospitals, schools and private residences. For more information, visit www.geneontechnologies.com, and follow GenEon on Facebook/Geneontechnologies, LinkedIn/GenEon Technologies or Twitter @geneon Copyright 2013 GenEon Technologies, Inc.

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Contact Information

  • Lino Galaviz
    Custodial Facilities Maintenance Manager
    Harvey Mudd College

    Jim Wallis
    President
    Pure Planet Water

    909-621-8226
    Lino_galaviz@hmc.edu