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Aug. 11, 2011: AtmosAir Solutions Receives GSA Approval to Sell Products to Government Agencies

August 8, 2011
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FAIRFIELD, Conn. — AtmosAir Solutions, which produces bi-polar ionization indoor air purification products for businesses and homes, has received U.S. General Service Administration (GSA) approval to sell its products to government agencies, including the military. AtmosAir’s GSA contract number is: GS-07F-0632X

“We are thrilled and excited with this GSA approval decision,” said Steve Levine, president and CEO of AtmosAir Solutions. “This GSA approval not only validates our product line, but now will allow us to sell our indoor clean air devices to dozens of authorized users from the Department of Agriculture and Department of Defense to the U.S. Secret Service. It’s a huge accomplishment and advance for our company.”

“AtmosAir’s GSA Schedule contract will allow all agencies throughout the U.S. government to more easily access products that will bring them a healthier workplace,” said Scott Orbach, presidentof EZGSA of Bethesda, Md., which assisted AtmosAir Solutions in making its products and services more accessible to government buyers and the federal marketplace via the GSA. “The combination of a quality product and availability through GSA will give AtmosAir a formidable competitive advantage. With the administration’s emphasis on the environment, GSA’s action could not have come at a better time for both AtmosAir and for AtmosAir Solutions provides bi-polar ionization air purification products that the company says significantly reduce mold, dust, and odors; control bacteria and the spread of airborne viruses; and reduce airborne particles and germs that get past normal heating and air conditioning ventilation and filtration systems in professional sports facilities, homes and businesses.

The U.S. Army is already using AtmosAir devices at some bases as a part of a strategy to reduce energy usage and carbon footprint, and to help with compliance to federal government workplace health and wellness guidelines.

For more information, visit www.atmosair.com.

Publication date:08/08/2011

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