SOURCE: Eco-Safe Systems USA, Inc.
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 1, 2012) - Eco-Safe Systems USA, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ESFS) is pleased to announce that Governor Jerry Brown of California has just signed first-of-its-kind legislation for the use of ozonated water within the food industry.
Michael Elliot, CEO of Eco-Safe, stated, "Although ozone has been approved for use on food for over eleven years, use of ozonated water for the final step in sanitizing equipment has not yet been accepted. Since ozone is the strongest, safest, and fastest antimicrobial agent in existence, it only makes sense that Eco-Safe would take the national lead in having it approved for this purpose."
Elliot continued, "Eco-Safe was the sole sponsor of California Assembly Bill 1427 which was signed into law by Governor Brown on Thursday, September 27. Since food code legislation is determined on a state-by-state basis, this paves the way for follow-up legislation throughout the United States. Eco-Safe received strong support throughout the food service industry and looks forward to continue leading efforts for uniform adoption of ozone as a surface sanitizer. We thank everyone who supported this tremendous effort."
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. We currently offer supermarkets and restaurants a cost-effective way to safely extend the shelf life of meat, poultry, seafood, fruits and vegetables. All Food Industry products are National Sanitation Foundation, International (NSF) Registered. Please visit us at www.ecosafeusa.com for more information.
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