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News Sponsored by Diversey acquires AHP IP from Virox


Diversey Inc has announced the acquisition of the global intellectual property rights related to Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP), an innovative and revolutionary technology, from Virox Technologies, Inc.


AHP is a globally-patented, synergistic blend of commonly used ingredients that produces exceptional potency as a germicide and superior performance as a cleaner. AHP has proven to be a fast, effective, responsible and sustainable solution.


Each year, healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) and food-borne illnesses impact millions of people globally. Over the past decade, Diversey and Virox have partnered to develop a number of AHP-based solutions to address these concerns, including leading brands such as Oxivir, Accel, and Viper.


In recent years, Diversey has invested significantly to build a leadership position in healthcare and infection prevention through thought leadership, innovation, and evidence-based product and practice development. This acquisition supports Diversey’s continued mission to reduce preventable infections, control associated costs, and ultimately help save lives across world.


Mark Burgess, CEO of Diversey, said: “With a mission to protect and care for people every day, infection prevention is a major focus for Diversey. Adding this intellectual


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property to our portfolio will enhance our ability to accelerate innovation and grow our position in infection prevention globally. It will inform our future investment decisions as we continue to apply science to protect people every day. This major acquisition reaffirms Diversey's global commitment to achieve profitable growth through innovation and acquisition.”


Diversey will continue to license this technology to key partners where this innovative solution can be used to deliver value across other markets.


UK ICMMA gets new Secretariat


Worldwide cleaning industry association, ISSA, has announced that Andrew Dunning has been onboard as new Secretariat for the UK Industrial Cleaning Machine Manufacturers Association (ICMMA).


Andrew, who succeeds Rob Shaw and Rachel Eastop, is a long-time employee of Numatic International and has more than 20 years of experience in


the British cleaning industry. He was recently the ICMMA representative for the British Cleaning Council (BCC), and helped build a solid foundation for the ICMMA.


Regina Henrich, ISSA’s European Manager, said: “We are convinced that Andrew will tackle this new responsibility with the same passion and dedication he has displayed in the past. ISSA is truly happy that Andrew has decided to join our team.”


Andrew added: “Especially within the dynamics of Brexit, I am very much looking forward to taking over the position of the ICMMA secretariat, working with familiar and loyal members and inviting new ones to represent and integrate


ICMMA’s members’ interests in collaboration with the wider cleaning industry.”


Speaking about the appointment, ISSA’s Vice President of International Services, Dianna Steinbach, commented: “Andrew’s skill set, cleaning industry knowledge, and long- standing relationships makes him a great champion to this group. Andrew will safeguard ICMMA’s members’ interests and help develop stronger value.”


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