Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) September 8, 2006
SCD, LLC. (Sustainable Community Development), a leading producer of biotechnology, was recently featured in an article by Louisa Jagger in the Washington Post.
Ms. Jagger authors an ongoing column for the Washington Post entitled “Safe Keeping”. In the August 3 edition, the article “Summer Nice Smells, Summer Not”, SCD’s SAEM (Super Activated Efficient Microbes) was highlighted as an environmentally safe and natural way to neutralize odors and toxins produced by mold. As stated in the article, “Mold, mildew, pets and active kids are primary sources of summertime odors. Now there are non-toxic ways to stem the stench”.
SCD EM technology is the basis for these new ground-breaking, probiotic products, which harness nature’s beneficial microorganisms to regenerate healthy bacteria in an area. These beneficial and healthy microbes can then dominate an environment, helping to control the emergence of harmful bacteria. SCD will be launching in September two ready to use, all-natural probiotic products, SCD Bio KleanTM and SCD Odor AwayTM. SCD Bio KleanTM is an all-natural, multi-purpose industrial cleaning concentrate, which is also effective at neutralizing odors and toxic substances produced by mold. SCD Odor AwayTM is an all-natural, biological odor reducer which controls odors through microbial digestion of toxic compounds.
“Nature provides the path to healthier living”, states Matthew Wood, founder and CEO of SCD, LLC. “We are pleased to be recognized in the Washington Post for our natural and organic products that solve common industrial and household problems. We are providing a safe alternative to harmful methods of cleaning and odor control.”