ADI of Quincy launching product to help fight the growing fentanyl crisis
QUINCY — ADI Ventures of Quincy is working with a Nashville inventor to distribute a product that helps eradicate the residue of deadly opioids on multiple surfaces.
Ken Sparrow with ADI said his company discovered SoRite DECON after area law enforcement officials had reached out to the company about products to disinfect police cars and clothing after they had been tainted with fentanyl, xylazine or heroin.
“We are handling the sales, logistics and supply for the inventor, Autumn Ryan of Nashville,” Sparrow said. “It eradicates opioids off any surface in 60 seconds. It’s fast, safe and inexpensive and is helping solve the disaster of the situation in the U.S. in dealing with the opioid crisis.”
SoRite DECON’s formula is composed of a potent oxidizing agent, Sodium Chlorite, and a proprietary blend of other ingredients that work together at the molecular level to effectively degrade dangerous drugs.
Unlike other decontaminants in the market, SoRite DECON uses a low concentration of Sodium Chlorite, making it safer to use without protective equipment and achieving the lowest toxicity category. With a non-corrosive, non-reactive, and non-caustic composition, SoRite DECON is safe for use on skin and eliminates odors. It has a pH of 9.2, ensuring that it won’t cause any irritation or harm to the skin.
SoRite DECON is also safe and eco-friendly as it is non-toxic, non-hazardous, and biodegradable.
Ryan dedicated 2 years of research, development and testing on SoRite DECON and ADI is looking to develop other products including wipes, one-shot containers and drug aid kits. Sparrow said the conversations with law enforcement have expanded nationwide, including the U.S.-Mexico border.
“We’re working on a wide variety of applications,” Sparrow said.
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