With the outbreak of COVID-19, it has never been clearer that health and hygiene are essential considerations in one’s daily functioning. Pre-pandemic, some people have been lackadaisical about cleanliness, but the outbreak has provided a harsh wake-up call about how vital sanitation is.
Supreme Sterile, Corp is cognizant of today’s pressing need for a germ-free environment, and to help individuals and institutions achieve a clean living and commercial space, it has answered the call for a sterile home and business.
A young entrepreneur and future doctor, Emanuel Arias, founded this provider of sterilization services. Emanuel is a twenty-year-old senior pre-medical student at Florida International University, majoring in biological sciences. Coming from a family who escaped the communist regime in Cuba through the Mariel Lift, his life is marked by adversities that would, later on, serve as a source of inspiration for the work that he does in helping people. His grandfather was a political prisoner and was shot at by Fidel’s law enforcement officers, and then put in prison for simply wanting to leave the country. Emanuel’s father managed to come to the United States and started a business at the age of twenty, as well.
Combined with his love for the field of medicine, the lessons his father taught him regarding running a business lie at the root of his motivation to start Supreme Sterile. And intending to help his community, Emanuel established this hospital-grade sterilizing company.
The services offered by Supreme Sterile rest on its founder’s extensive knowledge of biology and chemistry. It utilizes the best disinfectant on the market, Hypochlorous acid (HOCl). HOCl is FDA approved and considered by the CDC as an “ideal disinfectant.” Furthermore, HOCl is 80 times more efficient than chlorine bleach.
Also noteworthy is the fact that HOCI is eco-friendly and non-toxic. Not only that, but it is also alcohol-free, non-inflammable, and will not leave behind any unpleasant smell that can trigger those with a particularly sensitive sense of smell.
Science-based and evidence-driven best describe the home, vehicle, and commercial sterilization that Supreme Sterile offers. And as proof of the quality of its services, this minority-owned company managed to receive a contract worth nearly $36,000 a year within just a couple of weeks after its establishment.
The budding success of Emanuel’s company can also be attributed to its use of electrostatic spray technology, which is a more efficient way to apply disinfectants. Electrostatic sprayers make it possible to spray disinfectants in less time and with better coverage compared to traditional cleaning methods. In addition, the technology involved guarantees a uniform coating of the HOCI disinfectant on sprayed objects, including hard-to-reach areas that manual cleaning may miss.
COVID-19 remains to be a health issue half a year after it sparked. And after this particular medical concern hopefully fades away, other pathogens can continue to threaten one’s life. With Emanuel at the helm, Supreme Sterile plans to be a mainstay in the industry, assisting people in making their homes, offices, and vehicles safe.
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