SOURCE: Eco-Safe Systems USA, Inc.

Eco-Safe Systems USA, Inc.

May 05, 2009 06:00 ET

Research Indicates Eco-Safe Ozone Disinfection Would Inactivate Type A, H1N1 Virus

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - May 5, 2009) - Eco-Safe Systems USA, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ESFS) deems it significant to emphasize research published in July 2008.

A study completed by researchers at the Mayo Clinic, Brigham Young University, and Utah Valley State College was published by the Journal of Virological Methods which documented the inactivation of a Type A, H1N1 virus by ozone disinfection. The virus responsible for the current outbreaks of Swine Flu is classified as a Type A, H1N1 virus.

Michael Elliot, President of Eco-Safe, said, "Public health concerns for the spread of viral illness in schools, restaurants, and other venues are of prime consideration by Eco-Safe. Proper disinfection of food, utensils, and food service workers' hands has become an absolute necessity in light of the current public health emergency of Swine Flu. Ozone disinfection is the strongest, fastest, safest, and a completely green method for reliable disinfection of known pathogens."

Larry LaVerne, Eco-Safe Director of Marketing, added, "Several Eco-Safe clients who process seafood have given us anecdotal reports of reduced employee illness after installing Eco-Safe Ozone Disinfection in their businesses, with one distributor reporting 60% fewer employee sick days. When you reduce the load on the immune system, the infection rate goes down."

About Eco-Safe Systems:

Eco-Safe Systems, based in Los Angeles, is the manufacturer of patent pending water treatment and water reclamation systems. Our technologies produce ozonated water for food disinfection and water purification at significantly less maintenance cost and greater energy savings than our competitors in a completely green and organic manner. Please visit us at www.ecosafeusa.com for more information.

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