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Resurgent Health and Medical Recognized Among Colorado Companies to Watch
Date:5/8/2009

GOLDEN, Colo., May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Resurgent Health and Medical, leader in automated hand hygiene technology, today announced it has been recognized by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade as a Colorado Company to Watch. Resurgent will be honored on June 25, 2009 at the Denver Center for Performing Arts Seawell Ballroom.

In its inaugural year, Colorado Companies to Watch drew in over 250 nominations and honored 50 exceptional companies statewide. The awards program, developed by the Edward Lowe Foundation, showcases trend-setting leaders in diverse fields that contribute to Colorado's economy. Companies considered for this prestigious award must be headquartered in Colorado, privately-held with revenues ranging from $750,000 to $50 million, and employ 6 to 99 full-time employees.

"It is a great honor to be acknowledged as a Colorado Company to Watch," says Jim Glenn, CEO of Resurgent Health and Medical. "We pride ourselves in our commitment to our customers through innovation and dedicated service. Contributing to Colorado's economy through our values and continued growth not only helps us share our message, but also spreads the awareness of the state's growing industries."

Resurgent Health and Medical designs and manufactures automated hand and boot hygiene technology for the food and healthcare industries out of its Golden, Colo. plant. Vice President of Sales and Marketing Michele Colbert added, "We're committed to helping achieve zero tolerance in the prevention of food borne illness and healthcare associated infections, and the exposure we receive through Colorado Companies to Watch is invaluable."

About Resurgent Health & Medical

Resurgent Health and Medical delivers state of the art employee hygiene technologies to companies that are serious about infection prevention and the elimination of dangerous pathogens in the workplace. Our patented CleanTech infection prevention technology brings science and precision to the process of removing dangerous microbes from hands. For almost 20 years, its CleanTech(R) brand systems have been used worldwide in healthcare, food processing, food service, clean room manufacturing and hospitality. CleanTech uses up to 75% less water than manual handwashing, discharges 75% less wastewater, and reduces waste in soap utilization. Equipped with the CleanTracker(TM) RFID Compliance Monitoring Software, CleanTech systems easily track and record hand washing compliance. For more information, visit http://www.resurgenthealth.com or call (800) 932-7707.


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