A Safer and More Effective Solution for Cigarette Odors in the House Speaker’s Office

By November 2, 2015January 24th, 2019News

It’s not often that commercial odor management becomes a major topic in the political news cycle.

However, today is a unique exception with the news that Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is dealing with lingering cigarette smoke odors in the office that he inherited from Former House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio).

On Sunday, Speaker Ryan told Chuck Todd on “Meet The Press” that the smell of cigarettes still lingered in the speaker’s office from Boehner, and he was looking for a solution so he would be able to continue sleeping in his office as speaker.

Speaker Ryan discussed using an ozone machine, as well as the lingering issue of smoke odors in the office’s carpet.

We would like to point out to Speaker Ryan and his staff that, as highlighted by the EPA, the use of ozone can have harmful effects on human beings including chest pain, coughing, shortness of breath, and, throat irritation.

Fortunately, the Fresh Wave IAQ M130 Odor Doc offers a safer and more effective solution that does not cause these types of health issues. In addition, it offers a cutting-edge science that is based on a proprietary blend of natural ingredients including water, lime, pine needles, aniseed, clove and cedarwood, which is environmentally friendly and safe to use.

Fresh Wave IAQ M130 Vapor Phase Unit from OMI Industries was developed to provide a “dry” dispersion system for efficient and safe application of Fresh Wave IAQ Air & Surface odor eliminator. In addition, the M130 Vapor Phase Units are manufactured in the U.S.A.

In addition, here’s another proof point for Speaker Ryan: our case study about a major Las Vegas casino using Fresh Wave IAQ M130 Vapor Phase Units to fight cigarette odors in its guest rooms.

We sincerely hope that Speaker Ryan can get this challenge under control because nothing is worse than inheriting an office that smells of cigarette smoke. Of course, we hope that he chooses a solution that is much safer and more effective than ozone machines.

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