BIOREMEDIATING parts washing systems
OZZYJUICE® SOLUTION AWARDED EPA’S DfE SEALOF APPROVAL
ChemFree Corporation’s SW-4 Heavy Duty OzzyJuice® Degreasing Solution has been awarded the coveted EPA DfE (Design For the Environment) seal of approval.
NORCROSS, Georgia (February 01, 2011) - The EPA’s Design for the Environment Program (DfE) has awarded ChemFree Corporation’s proprietary SW-4 Heavy Duty OzzyJuice® degreasing solution their seal of approval. The DfE Program restricts the use of their logo to products thoroughly assessed by their DfE scientific review team and proven to contain the safest possible ingredients.
To receive this prestigious honor ChemFree’s SW-4 Heavy Duty OzzyJuice degreasing solution went through a rigorous review process by the DfE scientific assessment team. Each ingredient used to manufacture SW-4 was screened for potential human health and environmental effects and based on this screening process, expert judgment, EPA predictive models and currently available information, the scientific team determined that ChemFree’s SW4 Heavy Duty OzzyJuice be granted use of the DfE logo.
ChemFree Corporation was founded in 1993, located in Norcross, GA, and is a subsidiary of Intelligent Systems Corporation, a publicly traded corporation (AMEX symbol: INS). Manufacturing the patented SmartWasher® Bioremediating Parts Washing System, ChemFree Corporation provides an alternative method to cleaning vehicle and maintenance parts without harming humans or the environment. The SmartWasher® system consists of the SmartWasher parts washer equipment, OzzyJuice® Degreasing Solutions and OzzyMats™ which are microbe impregnated filters. The combination of these products, “the system”, allows the user to eliminate or dramatically reduce waste streams, the expense of hazardous waste removal and associated liabilities. Uniting superior performance and environmental responsibility, the ChemFree product line is sold in more than 40 countries worldwide. ChemFree holds 27 patents—11 in the United States and 16 in other countries.
“More than ever, organizations are looking for innovations that allow them to operate more responsibly. But innovations are not practical if they are expensive or hard to use. The products that we develop merge environmental responsibility with the things that businesses have always sought like cost effectiveness, safety, durability and most importantly, a product that works,” said Tom McNally, ChemFree’s Vice President.