FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
SPECIALIZED COMPANY PREVENTS STAPH (MRSA) INFECTION in SPORTS EQUIPMENT
Glen Burnie, Maryland, October 23, 2007 – AmRestore of Maryland to introduce the documented and patented Esporta� process designed specifically to remove the odor, contaminants and infectious organisms that can be lurking in sporting equipment and professional gear.
Infections from MRSA, or Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus have recently sickened or claimed the lives of several school age children nationwide. Staph (MRSA) infection in equipment and gear can easily be prevented with routine professional cleaning and disinfecting. Destroy the habitat deep in materials this bacterium thrives in before the colonies have a chance to multiply and spread, infecting other items and people. Independent laboratory testing has demonstrated that the patented Esporta� Wash process kills 99.9997% of the harmful bacteria in hard and soft goods while microprocessors strictly regulate the process to protect the glues, foams and plastics constructing the equipment. Simple household cleaning and alternative procedures have been proven mostly ineffective.
Will Lamb, Founder and President of AmRestore, Inc., encourages parents, schools and public officials to be proactive and protect the community. �The spread of these infectious organisms can easily be prevented with a simple three step process of always washing your hands, disinfecting common surfaces and routine cleaning and disinfecting of your equipment.� states Lamb, a father of two and resident of Anne Arundel County. �We pride ourselves on preserving health, home and harmony through equipment cleaning and decontamination services and specialized contents restoration. I want to help protect the community just as I protect my own family.�
Due to the recent outbreaks and inquires, AmRestore will initially provide specialized equipment cleaning and decontamination service directly to schools, institutions and sporting teams on a group basis. AmRestore�s experience with restoration and remediation projects combined with extensive industry certifications make them a wise choice for safely disinfecting equipment and gear. AmRestore will serve the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area in a 9000 square foot facility located strategically in Glen Burnie, Maryland will open on January 1, 2008.
For additional information on preventing infection and contamination in sporting equipment and professional gear, please visit www.amrestore.com.
AmRestore is a specialized firm focused on the restoration, cleaning and disinfecting of contents and equipment: electronics, machinery, collectibles, artwork, personal belongings, sporting goods and professional gear. AmRestore provides these specialty services primarily after a fire, smoke, wind, water or mold disaster as a subcontractor for mitigation and reconstruction companies. The unique combination of equipment and processes gives them the capability of cleaning and decontaminating sports equipment and professional gear. With the recent increase of MRSA and Staph infections locally, they can safely provide the community with peace of mind.
Will Lamb, President
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If you have any questions or comments regarding this article please contact William Lamb, President | AmRestore at will@AmRestore.com