New York Schools Continue to Adopt Coating Specialists Antimicrobial Technology

February 10th, 2011

CS School Logo Kids 300x201 New York Schools Continue to Adopt Coating Specialists Antimicrobial TechnologyFirst Long Island Schools to Use Advanced Antimicrobial Treatment Still Fighting Bacteria Proactively Three Years Later

NESCONSET, N.Y., Feb. 10, 2010…ENVIROspect™(www.envirospect.com), the environmental services firm that is one of the nation’s leading providers of SurfaceAide® antimicrobial protection, today announced five Long Island-area high schools have treated parts of their facilities with SurfaceAide (www.antimicrobial.com). It marks the second time all five schools have treated high-touch areas with the long lasting, environmentally-friendly antimicrobial product.

When the schools (Brentwood, Hauppauge, Mineola, St. John the Baptist, Smithtown CSD and Ward Melville) originally had their wrestling facilities treated nearly three years ago, they were among the first schools in the country to use the highly advanced antimicrobial technology. These forward-thinking schools decided to re-apply the antimicrobial protection again because of their commitment to creating the best possible environment for their students.

“Smithtown Central School District continues to use the antimicrobial treatment applied by ENVIROspect because we have found the product is extremely effective as a preventative measure to combat skin infections,” said Pat Smith, Smithtown Central School District’s Coordinator of Health and Athletics. “The validity of this product has been proven over and over through random testing. Our proactive approach starts with the SurfaceAide antimicrobial application from ENVIROspect.”

Applied to all of the high schools’ wrestling mats, equipment and locker rooms, the SurfaceAide treatment eliminates 99.9% of germs and bacteria and creates an antimicrobial barrier on surfaces that continuously inhibits bacteria and mold growth.

“The administration of the Three Village Central School District and the athletic department understand how important it is to take a proactive approach to help protect our students and athletes from issues that can arise from things like bacteria and fungi,” commented Erin Blaney, Ward Melville High School’s Executive Director of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics. “We had the SurfaceAide antimicrobial treatment done again because it’s a long lasting and proven solution to harmful bacterial growth.”

As one of the country’s largest providers of SurfaceAide, ENVIROspect has helped a wide array of businesses, universities and professional sports franchises proactively guard vital surfaces from the growth of harmful bacteria and mold. The New York Yankees, Washington Redskins and Columbia University (which has also been treated twice) are among some of the most well-known clients that have called on ENVIROspect to apply the advanced system of antimicrobial protection.

“A SurfaceAide treatment adds a level of protection to surfaces that even the most diligent cleaning protocols can’t,” said ENVIROspect President Robert Madarasz. “Once we apply SurfaceAide, we warranty the bacteria and mold fighting coating for two years.”

The application of the unique bacteria-fighting product is a two-step process that begins with applicators cleaning areas tabbed for treatment with a hospital-grade cleaner and disinfectant.  This portion of the process ensures that 99.9% of bacteria and germs, such as MRSA and H1N1, on the surface are eliminated before the 24/7 antimicrobial protection of SurfaceAide is applied. The antimicrobial coating creates a non-toxic, environmentally friendly antimicrobial barrier on surfaces that fights the growth of a wide array of bacteria and mold 24/7. It is invisible, odorless and non-sensitizing to human skin once it is applied to a surface.

About ENVIROspect

ENVIROspect was established in 1997 to bring highly qualified, multi-disciplined professionals to the environmental services marketplace. At ENVIROspect, our professional expertise and reputation for integrity has enabled us to emerge as an industry leader. To learn more about ENVIROspect call 631.366.5294 or visit www.envirospect.com.

About SurfaceAide

SurfaceAide creates an antimicrobial barrier on surfaces that works continually to fight the growth of bacteria, mold, mildew and algae. The water-based antimicrobial product leaves behind the world’s most environmentally friendly antimicrobial barrier, which is non-toxic, odorless and hypoallergenic. SurfaceAide is manufactured by Coating Specialists, LLC, one of the world’s largest providers of safe, affordable and long lasting antimicrobial products. For more information on SurfaceAide and Coating Specialists’ other innovative antimicrobial product visit www.antimicrobial.com or call 877.211.4533.

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Join Us At National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting 2010, Philadelphia

June 21st, 2010
We’ll be at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting 2010, Philadelphia June 23-25. We’ll be in booth #1057. Stop by for a demo. We’ll see you there. www.nata.org
 
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Goshow Architects Will Feature SurfaceAide Technology

June 21st, 2010
GAlogo1 Goshow Architects Will Feature SurfaceAide TechnologyGoshow Architects, the New York based firm founded on the belief that architects have a social responsibility to design healthy and sustainable environments, is showcasing the Surface Antimicrobial System™ in its newly renovated Manhattan office.
 
Applied by spray to 2,000 square feet of high-touch surfaces in Goshow’s new facility, SurfaceAide® antimicrobial technology will continually inhibit the growth of bacteria for up to three years before another application is needed because it was applied by professional applicators. The non-toxic, non-leaching coating will be working continuously to minimize the presence of bacteria on the following surfaces in the firm’s new workspace: all bathroom surfaces, desks, conference room furniture, chairs, computers, phones, and door handles.
 
Although SurfaceAide is used heavily in educational, government, military, and sports facilities, Goshow is the first architectural company in the world to integrate the innovative antimicrobial coating into its own office space. Fully committed to sustainable design, Goshow Architects felt it was crucial that the new office represent the green design concepts and products they are incorporating into their design projects.
 
“Having both CSG technologies integrated into the design plan for Goshow’s newly renovated office space demonstrates how two very different surface treatments can be used together to create a comprehensive solution to issues such as human health, air pollution, and resource conservation,” said Craig Andrews, Coating Specialists Chief Executive Officer.
 
“Our new Manhattan space is already registered under the USGBC program for LEED commercial interiors,” said Nancy Goshow, Managing Partner. “We are planning on achieving a minimum LEED C.I. Silver certification for our office building design and construction. SAS should help us achieve that goal as well significantly reduce our maintenance costs.”
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U.S. Army Incorporates Proactive Solution to Bacteria

June 10th, 2010
US Army logo U.S. Army Incorporates Proactive Solution to BacteriaCoating Specialists and the United States Army’s Fort Richardson in Alaska today announced the installation’s sports and fitness center will be treated with the SurfaceAide® XL. SurfaceAide XL gives Fort Richardson the ability to transform high volume touch points like aerobic mats and weight training equipment into surfaces that proactively fight the growth of harmful bacteria 24/7 for up to 90 days.
 
“Here at the Buckner Physical Fitness Center we believe that we serve the greatest customers in the world,” said Matt Livingston, Facilities Director. “We take immense pride in providing them with top notch facilities and equipment. Without CSG and their do-it-yourself antimicrobial kit, we would certainly fall short of that goal.”
 
One application of SurfaceAide XL will create an antimicrobial barrier on surfaces that continually fights the growth of bacteria, mold, fungi and algae for 90 days. It was applied to mats, cardio equipment, weights and locker room areas at the Fort Richardson fitness Center. Fort Richardson joins Fort Bliss in Texas and Fort Huachuca in Arizona in using SurfaceAide XL.
 
SurfaceClean®, a high-performance cleaner disinfectant that swiftly kills 99.9% of germs and bacteria, including illness-causing microorganisms such as H1N1 Flu Virus, Staphylococcus and its antibiotic resistant strain MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), was used on surface prior to the application of SurfaceAide XL. It’s invisible, odorless, safe, and dries quickly. SurfaceAide antimicrobial technology is EPA registered, non-toxic, and non-irritating to human skin.
 
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Notre Dame Delivers Leading Edge Bacteria Fighting Technology

June 9th, 2010
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The University of Notre Dame and Coating Specialists, the nation’s leading provider of antimicrobial products and services, today announced the university’s Bengal Bouts recreational boxing program has treated its equipment with SurfaceAide™ 1000. The leading-edge, bacteria-fighting product creates an environmentally friendly and non-toxic antimicrobial coating on surfaces and equipment that works non-stop for one year to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, fungi, and mold. Additionally, Bengal Bouts equipment was treated with SurfaceClean™, a cleaner disinfectant that is Effective against H1N1 Flu Virus, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and 99.9% of germs and bacteria.
 
“In the Office of Recreational Sports at the University of Notre Dame we have some unique programs including: boxing, tackle football, broomball and ice hockey,” said Notre Dame’s Assistant Director of Recreational Sports Jennifer Phillips. Known as “RecSports,” the office is housed within the Notre Dame Department of Athletics and provides a variety of programs, facilities and services to students, faculty, staff, their families and retirees. Its mission is to serve the Notre Dame community by enhancing the mind, body and spirit through recreational sports, with the safety of all users a primary consideration. It is RecSports’ goal to plan activities and conduct business in a manner that reduces the possibility of accidental injury.
 
“Each of these activities requires equipment which can be shared amongst participants. In order to manage the risk that equipment sharing presents,” Phillips remarked. “RecSports implemented the use of the Coating Specialists products in our boxing equipment which includes gloves, headgear and robes. We hope to expand the use of their products to other RecSports equipment such as helmets, pads and gloves. The Coating Specialists representatives have been very attentive to our needs with regular follow up and personal demonstrations of the products.”
 
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Facility Adds Precautions to Minimize Presence of H1N1

June 4th, 2010

h1n1 Facility Adds Precautions to Minimize Presence of H1N1

 

Performance Orthopedics, a state-of-the-art physical therapy center in Bingham Farms, Michigan and Coating Specialists today announced the installation of the Surface Antimicrobial System™ (SAS) will transform 4,000 square feet of high-touch areas throughout the facility into surfaces that work non-stop to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria for up to three years. Additionally, the comprehensive system is effective against H1N1 Flu Virus, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), and many other illness-causing microbial contaminants.

 

“In my office I see a lot of young, healthy people. I see kids, athletes and young adults, “said Dr. Joseph Guettler, M.D, Orthopedic Surgeon and Partner at Performance Orthopedics. “Some of these infections that we’ve been hearing more about recently, MRSA and H1N1, that’s the population these infections go after. So I’m going to do everything in my power to be proactive and prevent the spread of infection—at least in my office.”

 

Areas in the facility treated include: high-touch surfaces in exam rooms, employee lounge and waiting room and X-ray rooms. The Surface Antimicrobial System (SAS) is a comprehensive antimicrobial service developed by Coating Specialists that eliminates the presence of 99.9% of germs and bacteria and delivers continuous antimicrobial protection to surfaces for up to three years. Powered by the durable, high-performance antimicrobial product, SurfaceAide 1000, SAS has been used by some of America’s most prominent organizations to kill disease causing microorganisms like H1N1Flu Virus and MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and inhibit the growth of microbial contaminants on surfaces ranging from dugouts at Yankee Stadium to training equipment at the U.S. Army’s Fort Bliss.

 

Designed to be minimize the presence microbial contaminants in any industry, including: health care, education, sports, hospitality, transportation and veterinary medicine, SAS is applied by certified applicators and backed by a three-year warranty that includes a one-year check-up with customer.

 

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