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Swine Flu/H1N1 Contained With Emergency Restoration and MDF200
Date:5/6/2009

TROY, Mich., May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Swine Flu/H1N1 Virus can be contained and controlled by professionals with an amazing new EPA registered solution called MDF200 which has proven to be 100% effective against Type A and Type B flu viruses. MDF200 was developed in conjunction with the U.S. Military to neutralize weapons of mass destruction including Anthrax and dozens of other dangerous viral and bacterial substances. MDF200 can neutralize a contaminated structure in a fraction of time and cost to other methods.

According to the President/CEO of Emergency Restoration, John David, "MDF200 has been authenticated effective against viruses and bacteria from Commercial, Municipal and Residential properties." When asked if MDF200 kills the Swine Flu/H1N1 virus, Mr. David said, "Absolutely, and in addition eradicates, disinfects and sanitizes all surface and airborne infections in areas the MDF200 touches." Continuing, John David said, "MDF200 also annihilates all viral and bacterial hazards like M.R.S.A., Salmonella, HIV, Herpes, canine distemper, NORO Virus, and dozens more." Additionally, MDF200 is applied using atomizing foggers which is significantly more effective and is significantly less expensive than standard janitorial "wipe-down" cleanups. MDF200 is 800% less caustic than chlorine bleach and other common antimicrobials. Moreover, bleach has no residual sanitization effect. MDF200 is water soluble, non-toxic, non-corrosive and completely environmentally-friendly.

Emergency Restoration is licensed and insured in the State of Michigan. Each technician is also certified with hundreds of hours of training and on the job experience. For more information call:

    John David
    President/CEO
    248/299-4500
   http://www.caller1.net/swineflu

    Emergency Restoration
    1358 Rankin
    Troy, MI   48083


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