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USC Chemical Engineer Launches Virucide, Bactericidal That Can Kill 99.9% of Germs and Help Combat Swine Flu
Date:4/30/2009

LOS ANGELES, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- With the current global outbreak of the SWINE FLU and Mexico representing its Epicenter, World Health Officials are seeking ways to combat the continued spread of the unpredictable virus. U.S. Federal and Global health officials are currently working on a Combatant.

There is now an outstanding scientific formula to assist in the current crisis, specifically a "VIRUCIDE, BACTERICIDAL, TUBERCULOCIDAL AND FUNGICIDE" that is formulated to deal with viruses head on systematically on hard surfaces and in the air.

Fenote Tekie, Chemist, Chemical Engineer and Founder of ET Chem Lab, announces the launch of COMPLETE, a Disinfectant Cleaner that is approved by the EPA to kill HIV-1 on contact on hard surfaces along with other viruses and germs.

COMPLETE represents a pioneering breakthrough in the battle against viral outbreaks and infections providing an all around germicide that cleans, disinfects, and purifies the most diseased on hard surface environments. With the current global outbreak stemming from its epicenter in Mexico, Tekie says ,"The use of COMPLETE will bring help and relief in the outbreak that is wreaking havoc and spreading at alarming rates".

Rev. Clarence Clark, Founder and President of Helping Hand Foundation says, " We believe that COMPLETE will help combat the SWINE FLU. It has been 100% effective in our operations in killing germs and viruses efficiently".

Current customers include State of California Department of Transportation, State of California Department of Mental Health, County of Los Angeles USC Hospital, City of LA Airports(LAX and ONTARIO airports) to name a few.

For more information on COMPLETE, visit: www.Etchemlab.com and for media inquiries contact Belinda Foster at

SOURCE ET Chem Lab
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