The new facility opens with 35 jobs.
Indoor air quality and technology company EnviroKlenz, based in Bonita Springs, is opening a new production facility in Topeka, Kan.
The facility, which will make the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus and EnviroKlenz Mobile Air System, will allow the firm to increase production of air purifiers in the Midwest, according to a statement. EnviroKlenz’s products are based on its patented earth mineral technology that was originally designed and still used today by the U.S. military to destroy chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals, the release adds.
The 50,000-square-foot Topeka production facility immediately created 35 jobs, the release states, and there are plans to hire 30 more personnel. The research and development team at EnviroKlenz also implemented state-of-the-art technology and equipment at the facility, including new laboratory equipment for inorganic material research, production scale up and a dedicated environmental chamber.
“With two decades of research in the indoor air quality space, EnviroKlenz continues to expand its footprint nationwide as we meet growing demands of cleaner air during the pandemic and season with high allergens,” says George Negron, vice president of operations at Timilon Corp., parent company of the EnviroKlenz brand.
All EnviroKlenz air purifiers are made in the U.S.A., supporting the country’s economy and stimulating the local economy.