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April 2021: EPA approves End use label for Purista® 100

| June 4th, 2021

What does EPA end use label approval mean for an antimicrobial?

As a technology provider, we submit applications to the  Environment Protection Agency (EPA) for granting use of antimicrobials in materials used for consumer product applications based on safety and efficacy data. EPA approval authorizes our development of solutions for our customers to keep consumer products safe from deterioration caused by bacteria and fungi growth . This also enables us to assist our customers to make claims under the treated article exemption regarding protection of consumer products by Purista®.

What type of materials can Purista® 100 be added to?

  • Ceramic, ceramic glasses, porcelain enamels, and other glasses
  • Plastics and plastic composite materials
  • Coatings
  • Fibers
  • Adhesives and sealants

Contact us to see if Purista® products offer the right technology for solving your microbial growth problems.


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