The Pearce Foundation Awards Viking Pure Solutions for its Electrolyzed Water and Disinfection System

Viking Pure Solutions, an enterprise providing cleaning technology that offers maintenance and installation services for equipment that produces cleaning and disinfecting solutions on-site, has been awarded by The Pearce Foundation with its EvSop (Environmental Services Optimization Playbook) recognition for its innovation and technology.

The award recognizes how Viking Pure is scientifically improving sustainability and safety in educational and healthcare facilities.  

Paul J. Pearce, Ph.D., member of the EvSOP Advisory Board and founder of the non-profit Pearce Foundation for Scientific Endeavors, expressed his enthusiasm for the recognition given to Viking Pure Solutions, emphasizing the important work that the company does to improve safety and efficacy of cleaning and disinfecting in facilities. 

Viking Pure Solutions Co-Founder and President, Joshua Schwartz, proudly acknowledged the award, and took the opportunity to confirm the company’s commitment to removing toxic chemicals: 

“We are very proud to accept this award from the EvSOP board. Viking Pure is on a mission to replace the harsh and toxic chemicals that we use to clean and disinfect our environments with safe, sustainable solutions. This recognition is a definitive milestone in achieving that mission.”

Viking Pure Solutions’ patented system keeps salt out of the end-use solutions, so they can be used freely without the risk of corroding or damaging equipment. Through its methodology, Viking Pure Solutions has removed the final barrier to make electrolyzed water the perfect solution for cleaning and disinfection purposes. 

The EvSop recognizes companies that promote sustainable innovations and technology in healthcare and education facilities through evidence-based practices that comply with accepted industry-recognized regulations. Through these initiatives, the aim is to minimize the risk of harm from chemical exposure or long-term health risks from using harmful chemicals in these facilities.

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