LAKE FOREST, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pura Naturals Inc. (OTCPINK: PNAT) (“Pura” or the “Company”), makers of eco-friendly earth-conscious cleaning products, today announces that the Company has withdrawn all applications for Environmental Protection Agency disinfectant product approvals in order to timely supplement the efforts with additional data.
Robert Doherty, C.E.O., states, “Pura Naturals has retained a well-known and respected consulting firm with a strong EPA background, Technology Sciences Group, Inc. (TSG), to assist with the EPA approvals. After TSG reviewed the initial filings, it was determined that the first applications should be withdrawn and replaced with new applications that include additional technical information. Pura has also contracted with Microchem Laboratory for additional EPA related testing. Once the testing is completed and TSG assembles the new package, those filings will be submitted, and we will announce on this subject again at that time.”
About Pura Naturals
Pura Naturals manufactures cleaning products that absorb grease and grime like a magnet. Pura Naturals' foam technology was developed in response to the gulf oil spill. The revolutionary foam absorbs grease while repelling water and inhibiting bacteria growth and odors. The earth conscious company prides itself on its plant-based products made from renewable resources with no petroleum by-products. Pura Naturals’ products are sold online through Amazon and Homedepot.com, and in stores at Ace Hardware, True Value Hardware, Menards, and other retailers nationwide.
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