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Sanitec Industries Announces its latest Medical Waste Processing Permit

SUN VALLEY, Calif., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Sanitec Industries, Inc. ( of Sun Valley, California, the owner and worldwide patent holder of the Sanitec Microwave Healthcare Waste Disinfection System(TM), today announced its latest medical waste processing permit for their 27,000 square foot facility located on 2.7 acres at 2020 Montcalm Street in Indianapolis, Indiana.

According to Sanitec Industries' president, James Harkess, "We are honored to be of service to Indiana's growing life science community and its bordering states with our new generation of Sanitec Technology."

Mr. Harkess went on to say, "One of the brightest outcomes of this three year zoning and permitting process is the relationship Sanitec has forged with the Riverside Civic League and UNWA neighborhood leaders. We look forward to working closely with both of these neighborhood groups in helping them prosper and grow."

About Sanitec Industries, Inc.

Sanitec Industries, Inc. is the global patent holder for the Sanitec(R) Microwave Healthcare Waste Disinfection System(TM). Healthcare facilities nationwide, ranging from large hospital systems to single practitioner doctors' offices, utilize Sanitec systems to transform dangerous healthcare waste into low-volume, unrecognizable, non-infectious material that requires no further treatment and can be safely disposed of in municipal landfills. The process is also HIPAA compliant, protecting patient privacy and preventing possible identity theft by ensuring that all patient information on medical waste is rendered unrecognizable. Sanitec(TM) units are fully automated, self-contained and are approved for use throughout the US and around the world. Worldwide, Sanitec systems are treating thousands of tons per day of infectious medical waste.

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