EAST HARTFORD, CT – BioSafe Systems announces a new sales agent agreement with Robert Freeborn to represent BioSafe Systems in the municipal and commercial water and wastewater industry marketplace. Freeborn holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the State University College at Buffalo. He has spent the majority of his career servicing both private industry and municipalities in the water and wastewater field.
Freeborn brings with him a great deal of knowledge and experience with peracetic acid, also known as peroxyacetic acid or PAA. His research into PAA reactions has set new industry performance standards in more than 25 states. Freeborn introduced federal, regional and local EPA and regulatory agencies to this true “green” chlorine alternative for disinfection as well as trained them and provided technical water consulting for the municipalities in pretreatment, solids removal, conditioning, filtration and disinfection.
“We are very excited about our new partnership with Bob Freeborn,” stated Rob Larose, CEO of BioSafe Systems. “The development of PAA applications within the industrial and municipal water and wastewater industry is a natural fit for BioSafe Systems and we are confident about providing alternatives to chlorine within this market space.”