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GenEon Technologies, LLC announced that it has received EPA List N Registration for its GenEon disinfecting solution. The registered electrolyte is used with GenEon’s On-Site Generating Technology (OSG) to create hypochlorous acid, a powerful and safe disinfectant that is produced on-site through a process called electrochemical activation. 

The company’s EPA Registration Number is 91112-2. Products from GenEon Technologies allow users to generate broad-spectrum virucidal and bactericidal cleaning and disinfecting solutions.

All products on List N are determined to kill SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) on surfaces. Before products can legally claim that they can kill a particular pathogen such as SARS-CoV-2, the manufacturer’s claim must be submitted and authorized by the EPA based on rigorous testing and a strict review of the scientific data. 

GenEon’s EPA List N registration represents a hallmark moment for the company.  

“This past year has been difficult as COVID has disrupted the lives of many and hit so many industries very hard,” said Larry Smith, GenEon’s vice president of sales, in a press release. “But things are starting to turn around, and we are humbled to be able to do our part in bringing a glimmer of hope back to the many businesses who have struggled to make it through these trying times. With things beginning to return to normal, we’re proud to provide our distributors and clients with proven solutions that offer continued protection against the threat of harmful germs. Our goal is to provide a sense of safety and security so people can get back to work and continue to achieve success.”