Davids Helps Johnson County Company Receive EPA Approval for COVID-19 Fighting Disinfectant
Representative Sharice Davids helped Overland Park-based company Danolyte Global receive approval from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for their disinfectant to fight against COVID-19. Davids visited Danolyte’s offices today to see their production first-hand. [See attached photo.]
“Companies across the Kansas Third are playing an important role in mitigating the spread of COVID-19 and Danolyte is a great example of that. My team and I were glad to assist this local company in receiving approval from EPA so their products can be used to properly disinfect our gathering spaces, from health care centers to homes. It was great to see their work first-hand today when I visited their offices in Overland Park,” said Davids.
Danolyte, which creates generators to produce disinfectant, began to bottle their disinfectant products both for hospital and household use when the pandemic began. They reached out to Davids’ office for assistance in getting their products registered by the EPA. With the help of Davids’ office, Danolyte’s disinfectant was quickly approved by the EPA and added to their List N of disinfectants for use against the virus that causes COVID-19.
For more information about Danolyte Global, click here.