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Fresh Wave® Odor-Removing Gel and Spray Earn the EPA's Safer Choice Recognition

Fresh Wave® odor-removing Gel and Fresh Wave® odor-removing Spray have earned the highly respected Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Safer Choice designation. The EPA Safer Choice program helps consumers, businesses and purchasers find products that perform well and are safer for human health and the environment.

The goal of the Safer Choice initiative is to seek and promote innovative products that benefit health and the environment. When consumers see the Safer Choice label on a product, they can be confident that the ingredients have been through a rigorous EPA review. EPA scientists have evaluated every ingredient in the product to ensure it meets the Safer Choice stringent criteria. This program is vital at time where many manufacturers of household and cleaning products are now capitalizing on the “green” movement by marketing products as eco-friendly -- when their products may contain chemicals that are actually harmful for people and the planet.

Fresh Wave natural odor removing products use simple, pure and natural ingredients—water and a proprietary blend including natural extracts of lime, pine needle, aniseed, clove and cedarwood and all products are non-toxic, non-hazardous, contain no harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs), no alcohol, and no synthetic fragrances.

“Fresh Wave products are tough on odors, but gentle on the environment,” said Philip M. Coffey, Managing Director of OMI Industries, makers of Fresh Wave. “Our team believes that the quality of the air you breathe is synonymous with your quality of life. This truly independent accreditation reinforces how our products are effective, yet do absolutely no harm to you, your family or the environment.”

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About OMI Industries
OMI Industries, a worldwide leader in providing natural odor abatement solutions, is a privately-held corporation headquartered in Long Grove, Ill. Founded in 1989, OMI’s green engineering solutions solve organic and inorganic odor and emission control issues across three divisions with the Ecosorb® (industrial), Fresh Wave® IAQ (commercial) and Fresh Wave® (consumer) brands. Ecosorb products conform OSHA and EPA standards for safe use, and do not contribute to harmful VOC output.

All three brands are sold worldwide, both directly and through distributors. Additional OMI facilities include Houston, Texas (industrial sales) and Rising Sun, Ind. (R&D, manufacturing and warehousing).

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