FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

AUGUST 2nd, 2017

Proventus Bioscience receives multiple UL Eco Logo approvals

We are pleased to announce that Proventus Bioscience has met the requirements and criteria stipulated under the following categories.

  • UL 2791 Standard Bacterial Cultures: for Sustainability for Drain and/or Grease Trap Additives: Biologically-based

PRO 2116 Trade name CYCLE–multi culture dry blend formulation
PRO 6113 -Trade name JAN NF-20X Liquid multi culture blend

  • UL 2830 Bacterial Cultures: Standard for Sustainability for Septic Tank Additives: Alternative: Biologically-based

PRO 2116- Trade name CYCLE–multi culture dry blend formulation

PRO 6113 -Trade name JAN NF-20X Liquid multi culture blend

  • UL 2792 Bacterial Cultures: Standard for Sustainability for Cleaning and Degreasing Compounds: Biologically-based

PRO 2116- Trade name CYCLE–multi culture dry blend formulation
PRO 6113 -Trade name JAN NF-20X Liquid multi culture blend

Proventus Bioscience announced today that it has been awarded the final UL Eco logo approvals for its biological additives in a dry and wet format in three categories.

The biological additives are distributed as raw ingredients to manufacturers of Industrial and Institutional cleaning products as value-added additions to their current formulations. The UL ECOLOGO approvals again helps affirm Proventus Bioscience’s dedication to environmental stewardship.

UL Environment’s ECOLOGO program is an independent third-party certification program that indicates a product has undergone rigorous scientific testing, exhaustive auditing, or both, to prove its compliance with stringent, third-party, environmental performance standards.

Earning the mark demonstrates that Proventus Bioscience has achieved sustainability and cares about maintaining its environmental values through the development of more sustainable products.

UL Environment, a division of UL (Underwriters Laboratories), works to advance global sustainability, environmental health and safety, by supporting the growth and development of environmentally preferable products, services, and organizations. For more information, visit www.ul.com/environment.

Rachel Bozel
Media Relations

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