Tag : Sanitization

10 Dec 2020

5 Disinfectant No-Nos

by Dana Ryan, Certified Clinically Clean® Specialist Disinfectants kill germs that cause colds, flu and other illnesses—when used as directed. The problem is, most people don’t read the label and they use the disinfectant incorrectly. Might as well pour the bottle down the drain, because if you’re making any of these six disinfectant mistakes, you’re not killing the germs. 1. Let It Dwell Disinfectants have dwell times on their label indicating how long the surface must remain wet in order […]

09 Jul 2020

What is Biofilm?

by Autumn Ryan, Founder and CEO I feel like I should disclaim this article as not suitable for all audiences. If you’re squeamish, you might be grossed out, and you’ll definitely be more careful about what you touch from now on. The subject is biofilms on hard, non-porous surfaces. Biofilms are communities of microorganisms that are attached to surfaces and play a significant role in bacterial infections.   There are either four or five stages of biofilm development. First the initial […]

01 Jul 2020

What does it mean to have a neutral pH?

by Autumn Ryan, Founder and CEO Neutral solutions have a pH of 7.0. Water is an excellent example of a neutral solution. Add a solution to water and the pH (or potential of hydrogen) changes. Your lemonade becomes acidic. Your bicarbonate of soda becomes alkaline or basic. The pH Scale The pH scale goes from 1 to 14 with 7 being neutral. Anything below 7 is considered to be acidic. Anything above 7 is considered to be basic. Because it is […]

23 Jun 2020

Germ Kill Claims

by Autumn Ryan, Founder and CEO I’m seeing so much misinformation lately about what disinfectants can do. The one that reached my inbox that made me laugh most was the one that claimed protection from viruses on surfaces for seven years at a cost of $1,500 per gallon. Seven years? $1,500 per gallon? Really? Even if it were scientifically possible for anything to achieve that kind of protection at a high kill rate, would it really be worth $1,500 per gallon? […]

06 Apr 2020

Aseptic Health’s Hospital-Grade Disinfectant Now Used to

Disinfect Emergency Vehicles Against Coronavirus

 Ocean County, NJ, New Decontamination Sites Keep First Responders Safe


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 5, 2020) – Aseptic Health’s hospital-grade disinfectant, Aseptic Plus+, has long provided a fast and effective, low-toxicity solution to sanitize commercial and residential facilities. Now, Aseptic Plus+ is also used to disinfect emergency vehicles of first responders against the novel coronavirus, announced Autumn Ryan, founder and CEO of Aseptic Health.


The Ocean County, New Jersey, Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with Ocean County Police Chiefs’ Association, has established a decontamination site in Berkeley Township to sanitize emergency response vehicles.

Vehicles are sprayed using ULV foggers with Aseptic Plus+, an EPA-registered, hospital-grade disinfectant that is non-caustic, non-corrosive and fragrance-free.

In its first week of operation, the decontamination site serviced over 200 emergency response vehicles, according to Ocean County Sheriff Michael G. Mastronardy, who serves as Ocean County Coordinator for the Office of Emergency Management. “The site is set up for any police, fire or first aid vehicle in the county, especially those that have transported someone suspected of having the coronavirus,” said Sheriff Mastronardy.

“It’s important we keep our emergency responders – all of our police, first aid and fire personnel – safe during the coronavirus outbreak,” added Sheriff Mastronardy. “Along with all of our health care professionals, emergency responders are heavily relied upon by our residents. We need to do all we can to keep them safe.”

Sheriff Mastronardy said additional vehicle decontamination satellite sites are expected to be established under the Brick Township Office of Emergency Management and Jackson Township Police Department.

“I appreciate the efforts of all of our police chiefs and all of our emergency responders,” said Sheriff Mastronardy. “These partnerships go a long way in making certain we have what we need to keep our responders safe and to assist our residents.”

Ryan praised the work of Sheriff Mastronardy and the police chiefs for leading this effort to protect their first responders as well as Aseptic Health’s Certified SanitizeIT® Operator in New Jersey for working closely with these officials to quickly launch the decontamination sites.

“In the five years since I founded Aseptic Health, we’ve achieved exceptional, Clinically Clean® results disinfecting facilities in a broad range of industries,” said Ryan. “But the speed and decisiveness of Sheriff Mastronardy and the township Police Chiefs as well as our SanitizeIT team were remarkable in creating an immediate and effective solution to safeguard first responders and the citizens they serve and protect.”

About Aseptic Health and Aseptic Plus+

Nashville-based Aseptic Health is a clean solutions provider to commercial, residential and healthcare facilities and professional cleaning companies. Amid increasing concerns of microorganism-laden, unhealthy facilities, Aseptic Health is setting a new industry standard for Clinically Clean®, healthy facilities.

The company’s exclusive Aseptic Plus+ product is an EPA-registered[1] hospital-grade disinfectant which is also NSF-certified safe for food contact surfaces. Aseptic Plus+ kills more than 30 bacteria, viruses and pathogens including MRSA, Pseudomonas, E. coli, Listeria, Legionella, Norovirus, Rotavirus, and canine and feline coronaviruses. The solution also eliminates odors, allergens and mold and mildew, and is an effective deodorizer.

Aseptic Plus+ is available through its authorized distributors and SanitizeIT operators in the US. Operators use electrostatic and ULV foggers to deliver the fragrance-free product into the air, creating a fine mist that settles on all sides of hard and soft surfaces. The product and disinfecting protocols are used in facilities from 1,000 to one million square feet, including office buildings, distribution facilities, schools, hospitals, correctional facilities, restaurants, gyms, veterinary hospitals and homes. And, now, vehicle decontamination sites.

For more information, please visit www.aseptichealth.com and www.sanitizeitclean.com .

[1] Currently, there is no EPA-registered disinfectant with the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) efficacy claim listed on its container label. However, EPA List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2  includes products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against the novel coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19. Aseptic Plus+ is a private labeled product included on EPA List N.