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SANYO Donates Systems Effective vs. Flu to United Nations Organization Affiliate - World Association of Former United Nations Internes and Fellows (WAFUNIF)
Date:6/15/2009

Donation accepted as WHO declares H1N1 first pandemic in 41 years

Help Goodwill Ambassadors Provide Clean Air to Those in Need; Plans to Bring Products to North America

NEW YORK, June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- SANYO Biomedical and Environmental Solutions (SANYO), a division of SANYO North America, announces that it is donating professional-use 'Virus Washer' air purification systems to the World Associations of Former United Nations Internes and Fellows, Inc. (WAFUNIF), a non-profit, non government organization that consults with the United Nations. This comes just days after the World Health Organization declares the H1N1 flu a worldwide pandemic and weeks after several of the same units were donated to local New York airports and schools to assist in re-opening schools and provide an added line of defence against H1N1. The SANYO 'Virus Washer' units will be donated by the surviving family of Hope White-Davis, former President of WAFUNIF. In addition to the donation, SANYO also announced today that it plans to bring the 'Virus Washer' systems to North America later this year from the fall.

"With recent announcements about airborne illnesses, including the H1N1 flu pandemic, to keep the air safe and healthy in public places, there is a real need for systems that can effectively treat the air," said Masami Murata, President, SANYO North America. "With our donation to WAFUNIF today, we also announce our intention to enter the North American market and offer our electrolyzed water technology to provide environments where people can gather and breathe easier, knowing there are preventative measures in place."

Gerald White-Davis, initially receiving the units on behalf of the late Dr. Hope P. White-Davis, former President of WAFUNIF, said, "We present these 'Virus Washer' units to WAFUNIF in loving memory of Dr. Hope P. White-Davis. It was her dream to take action that would provide for the greater g
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