Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 12:45:06 -0700
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From: dave**At_Symbol_Here**ENDEAVOUREHS.COM
Subject: Re: Help needed on activated water products
Comments: To: Wayne Wolsey
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Wayne is correct - did some research on this for a client. Overall, bleach is cheaper. They do have an EPA ID No: (EPA Est. #086143-MN-001). Dave > Check out this website, which gives a scientific perspective on "ionized > water" in its many facets. > > > > Sounds like the Activeion solution may be nothing more than a very dilute > bleach (hypochlorite) solution generated electrolytically. > > Wayne C. Wolsey > Professor Emeritus > Macalester College > St. Paul, MN > > On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 3:48 PM, wrote: > >> Dear Group, >> >> For years I have been hearing about the ionized water cleaners and have >> pretty much dismissed them. Clearly, you can make water temporarily a >> better solvent with electricity, but I can't imagine it being of much >> use >> against greasy materials for which water is just not a good solvent, >> activated or not. >> >> Now, there is a new kid on the block called Activeion Cleaning Solutions >> ( >> and they are really cleaning up, to make a joke. And >> they have a great presentation with Bill Nye the Science Guy as their >> spokeperson. It's such a slick presentation, I want to buy one myself >> when >> I watch. >> >> They are also claiming 99.9% kill of MRSA and other microorganisms, and >> yet >> I can't see any EPA registration for the product on the site. They even >> show it being used in hospitals. >> >> I'm appealing you all for whatever wisdom you may have about this >> product. >> >> Monona Rossol, M.S., M.F.A., >> industrial hygienist >> Arts, Crafts & Theater Safety, Inc. >> and >> Safety Officer, >> United Scenic Artist's, Local USA829 >> International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes (IATSE) >> 181 Thompson St., #23 >> New York NY 10012-2586 212/777-0062 >> >> >

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