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Genesis Biosciences Receives Pulire Innovation Award for e card Sanitary Bin Treatment Product
Date:6/16/2011

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. and CARDIFF, Wales, June 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Genesis Biosciences, a global leader in custom fermentation, microbial product formulation and antimicrobial product development, announced today that it received the Pulire Innovation Award in the chemical products category for its e card sanitary bin sanitizer. This prestigious award, which honors creative products, solutions and entrepreneurial ideas in the professional cleaning and environmental hygiene field, was presented to Genesis during the Pulire Exhibition in Verona last month. Genesis' e card is the latest addition to its Biosan series of products for treatment of sanitary waste.

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"As a first-time attendee of Pulire, our team is honored to be recognized by industry experts for our cutting-edge technology and innovative approach to the research and development instrumental in the creation of effective antimicrobial products for professional cleaning," stated Conrad Mielcuszny, president and chief executive officer of Genesis Biosciences. "At Genesis Biosciences, we are committed to constantly evolving and improving our technology to bring value to our customers, and this award represents the first of many accomplishments and achievements that our team expects to make this year."

The Pulire Exhibition, a globally respected industry event, is an international trade exhibition for professional cleaning technologies. The Pulire Innovation Award was open to the nearly 300 exhibitors participating in three categories: chemical products, machines and equipment. Three products for each nomination category were short-listed prior to the start of the trade show. These products, showcased by some of the top industry leaders, were characterized by progressive technologies and advanced know-how, and offered improved performance with r
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